Beolit 500 Portable Radio (1972)

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Manufactured: 1972 - 1973
Designer: Jacob Jensen
Colours: Black, Red , White

This was the development of the Beolit 400 and like that model was FM only. However it usefully included a mains transformer so the BeoPower transformer was no longer required.

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Beolit 500 Portable Radio (1972) Product Specifications

Amplifier:
Power output 1 watt / 4 ohms
Speaker impedance 4 ohms
Harmonic Distortion At 50 mV output: < 0.8 %
At specified output < 2 %
Frequency response: 90 - 14,000 Hz

Dry cells: 5 batteries: 33 x 60.5mm
Voltage: 7.5 volts
Power consumption with Power Unit (Beolit 400 with external power supply, Beopower 600):
AC: 220 - 240V
Frequency: 50Hz
Power consumption: 0,7 - 5W Dimensions W x H x D: 22 x 36 x 6cm
Weight 2.62 kg
FM Radio:
Range 87,5 - 104 MHz
Sensitivity <1.2µV / 75 ohms
Selectivity >23 dB
Limiting <7µV / 75 ohms
Frequency Response 65 - 20,000 Hz
Harmonic Distortion <1.2 %

Connections: External Power 7.5 V

Colours: black, white or red

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Created: 21st January 2007
Modified: 27th February 2007

Author Notes:

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