Hi Tomas and welcome to BeoWorld!
I've been able to find you some spec for the BeoSound 1.
Dimensions / Weight: 51 x 34 x 16cm / 6.5kg
Beo4 remonte control capability: Yes
Power consumption: Typical 12 W, standby 0.6 W
Radio: 59 radio presets (FM)
Features: Wake-up timer
Loudspeaker system: Built-in, closed box
System frequency range: 55 - 20,000 Hz
Connections: Audio AUX in / out, FM aerial, headphone
Returning to my opinion of the BeoSound 1, I think this is a terribly good value for money B&O system, and one I would certainly recommend as a first B&O piece - one which you will always be very proud of as well.
Peter has also advised you to look into an Ouverture and BeoLab 4000s. I might add BeoLab 2500 speakers to that note as well. Placed either side of the Ouverture, they look great, and this really is a classic and proper B&O system. The BeoSound 1 will forever remain a single item piece of B&O in your home, instead the BL4000s, BL2500s and Ouverture could be linked with several other products in the future. By the way, you can probably notice that we're already expecting you to buy more B&O after you buy your first product, but seriously we're not joking. B&O becomes an addiction, and a very expensive one at that as well.
The stereo and warmth of the sound is just as impressive as your immediate interest when you see BeoSound 1 for the first time. In my opinion, you won't go at all wrong if you buy a BeoSound 1.