Production: 1971 - 1973
Beovox 600 (type 6225), like the Beovox 500, was one of the smaller Bang & Olufsen loudspeakers produced at that time. It combined two drivers - an elliptical 150mm woofer and a 57mm cone tweeter - and was designed ideally for the Beomaster 900M when it would have been ideal for the reproduction of radio programmes. It could however handle up to 15 watts of power.
The loudspeakers could also be used as a pair of monitor speakers for reel-to-reel tape recorders such as the Beocord 2400.
Basic speakers of its day they was considered not of hi-fi quality being designed more of budget models.
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