BeoVox 2700 Passive Loudspeakers

BeoVox Loudspeaker

Production: 1971 - 1972

Beovox 2700 (type 6232) was a pressure chamber type loudspeaker. Available in two wooden-veneer finishes as well as white the speaker was relatively compact enough to be positioned within a wall unit or bookshelf.

The loudspeaker was chosen to be incorporated within the Museum of Modern Art in New York (MoMA) and also won the 1972 iF Design Award for its designer, Jacob Jensen.

It was replaced by Beovox 2702.

BeoVox 2700 Passive Loudspeakers technical specifications

Beovox 2700 type 6232

Height (inches): 16,1
Width (inches): 8,05
Depth (inches): 8,05
Weight: 5,5kg
Impedance (ohms): 4
RMS load (W): 20
Music load (W): 30
Frequency response (Hz): 45-20
Harmonic distortion (%): 2
Sensitivity (W): 3,5
Cabinet volume (Litres): 12
Dispersion (degrees angle): 120
Bass unit: 17,8cm
Mid-range unit: -
Treble unit: 38mm dome
Crossovers ((Hz): 3K

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