Beovox P50 (Panel) Passive Loudspeakers

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Manufactured: 1974 - 1975
Designer: Jacob Jensen
Colours: Rosewood, White

"A sound panel in which high-fidelity reproduction and compactness were successfully reunited" - 1974 Catalogue.

Beovox P50 represented a new concept in the design of pressure chamber loudspeakers. They were developed with convenience and homeliness in mind. Their remarkable design provided the sound quality of a "large" speaker without the dominating size and appearance which speakers of this standard had hitherto necessitated. It was possible to place even four top-quality speakers in your living-room without inconvenience.

Beovox P50 could be easily mounted on a wall where their presence would not obtrude upon their surroundings, yet they presented the most excellent sound quality. Frequency response was 40-20 000 Hz with distortion less than 1%. The "P" stood for "panel" and "50" signified power handling capacity - 50 watts RMS (or 80 watts music power). The speaker units were two 12,5cm woofers, a 8cm mid-range dome and a 2,5cm dome tweeter.

Beovox P50 (Panel) Passive Loudspeakers Product Specifications

Type: 6305 (to Sept 1975) Continuous load: 45 W
Music load:75 W
Impedance: 4 - 8 ohms
Frequency response +4 -8 dB 45 - 20,000 Hz
Sensitivity 4.2 W
Net volume:15 litre
Gross volume:25 litre
Woofer: 2 x 12.5cm
Phase link unit: 9cm
Tweeter: 2.5cm
Dimensions W x H x D: 35 x 65 x 14cm
Weight 8 kg

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Created: 23rd December 2006
Modified: 11th February 2007

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