BeoVox M75/100 Passive Loudspeakers

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Manufactured: 1976 - 1980
Designer: Jacob Jensen
Colours: Rosewood

The Heavy Brigade.

Beovox Uni-Phase M100 and M75 were the top models in the 1979 - 1980 range of Bang & Olufsen speakers.

They reproduced sound with studio monitor quality, which, in practice meant that even at very high sound pressure levels (volume) they reproduced sound with constantly neutral, linear phase quality. They could also withstand hard-working conditions similar to those met in sound studios, because they were effectively protected against damage from overloading. Their power-handling capacities were specified at 100 and 75 watts RMS respectively; however, their unique overload protection circuits permitted them to handle music passages above these rated capacities.

Special emphasis was placed on Beovox M100's ability to reproduce clean, powerful bass. That it why it was given a ported bass-reflex cabinet with a 30,5cm woofer. The cabinet's volume was 89 litres. Bass response went down to 27Hz (measured at +/- 4 - 8 dB).

Beovox M75 had outstanding overall performance too, and was equally suitable for medium-sized or larger rooms. Both models had specially-designed pedestals which could be adjusted to the correct listening height and angle.

BeoVox M75/100 Passive Loudspeakers Product Specifications

Beovox M75 Specifications
Type: 6314
Continuous load 75 W
Music load 125 W
Impedance: 4 - 8 ohms
Frequency response +4 -8 dB 27 - 20,000 Hz
Sensitivity 5 W
Gross volume 55 litre
Woofer: 25cm
Phase link unit: 12,5 cm
Mid-range unit: 6cm
Tweeter: 2,5cm
Dimensions W x H x D: 35 x 65 x 27cm
Weight 17kg
Beovox M100 / M100-2 Specifications Type: 6309/6319
Continuous load:100 W
Music load: 150 W
Impedance: 4 - 8 ohms
Frequency response: +4 -8 dB 27 - 22,000 Hz
Sensitivity: 5W
Net volume: 60 litre
Gross volume: 89 litre
Woofer: 33cm
Filler driver: 11.5cm
Mid-range unit: 5.5cm
Tweeter 1: 4cm
Tweeter 2: 1.9cm
Dimensions W x H x D: 39.5 x 75 x 30.5cm
Weight: 23kg

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Created: 13th December 2006
Modified: 11th February 2007

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