BeoVox 1000 Passive Loudspeaker

BeoVox Loudspeaker

Production: 1966 - 1970

Designed for use with the Beogram 1500 or Beomaster 900M, this relatively large passive loudspeaker was fitted with a 165mm woofer and a 63mm tweeter.

It was a pressure-chamber design with an impedance of 4 ohms. As usual, the loudspeaker was available in a choice of real wood veneers.

Designed by Jacob Jensen, the Beovox 1000 won the iF Award in 1967.

BeoVox 1000 Passive Loudspeaker technical specifications

Dimensions W x H x D 470 x 190 x 240mm 
Weight 5 kg 
Power handling capacity 10 watts continuous (DIN 45573) 
15 watts peak power 
Resonance, low-frequency unit 50-55 c/s 
Frequency response (DIN 45570) 60-19000 c/s 
Impedance 4 ohms 
Angle of coverage 90° 
Volume 14,5 litre 

Speaker units: Low-frequency unit and high-frequency unit. Crossover frequency: 5000Hz. Frequency response (DIN 45570): 55 - 18000 Hz. Power rating: 10W (RMS), 15W (Music). Volume: 14.5 litres 

Dimensions: 190mm high, 470mm wide, 240mm deep 

Designed by Jacob Jensen, Beovox 1000 won the iF Award in 1967

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