BeoVox 1200 Passive Loudspeakers

BeoVox Loudspeaker

Production: 1969 - 1972

The Beovox 1200 loudspeaker could handle 15W RMS and was the first loudspeaker in Bang & Olufsen’s first ‘designer range’ of products.

A choice of either rosewood or teak real-wood veneers could be ordered with the speaker as well as white, which complemented the rest of  Beosystem 1200’s components exactly.

The speaker was two-way with both a 15cm woofer and a 5cm tweeter fitted inside its wooden cabinet which was finished with a silver-coloured metal grille.

Beovox 1200 was subsequently renbadged and sold as the Beovox 1001 to complement Beomaster 1001.

BeoVox 1200 Passive Loudspeakers technical specifications

BeoVox 1200 Type 6218, 6235:

Dimensions W x H x D 50 x 20 x 24 cm
Weight 5,5 kg
Music load 20 W
Continuous load 15 W (DIN 45 573)
Frequency response 40 - 20,000 Hz (DIN 45 570)
Distortion Max. 3 % (DIN 45 403)
Sensitivity 4 W (DIN 45 500)
Crossover frequency 4000 Hz
Capacity 17 litres
Resonance of woofer 35 Hz
Dispersion 90°
Nubmer of units  
Bass unit 1 x 15cm
Tweeter 1 x 5cm


Input DIN socket - 4 ohms

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