|Product :||Beovox S120 / MC120.2||
|Produced from :||1983 - May 1988|
|Designed by :||Jacob Jensen|
|Finish :||Rosewood, Teak, Oak, White|
The Beovox S120 was the largest of the latter type range of ‘S’ Uniphase loudspeakers from Bang & Olufsen and could handle up to 120 watts RMS although a built-in specially designed protection circuit to safeguard against overload.
Its 3-way speaker system comprised a good-sized 205 mm woofer, a mid-range driver of 75mm and a 25mm tweeter. The speaker was designed to stand on the floor using its own special stand although could be incorporated within a shelving system despite its relatively larger proportions. The optional stand (Type 6017) was available for all three of the Beovox S50, S80 and S120 models.
Connection was via a 2-pin DIN plug. A choice of finishes was made available including oak and white.
The speaker was replaced by the Beovox MC120.2
Replacing the Beovox S120, this new loudspeaker was almost a carbon copy of its former self; the fitting of wiring posts in addition to the DIN plug was the only difference.
BeoVox S 120 type:
BeoVox MC 120.2 type:
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|RMS power handling capacity||120 W|
|Music power handling capacity||170 W|
|Frequency response 4+ -8 dB||42 - 22,000 Hz|
|Frequency response +/- 4 dB||70 - 20,000 Hz|
|Distortion 250 - 1000 Hz||<2.5%|
|Distortion > 1000 Hz||<0.5%|
|Woofer||20.5 cm, throw +/- 5 mm|
|Phase-link, mid-range||7.5 cm dome|
|Tweeter||2.5 cm dome|
|Net volume||24 litres|
|Gross volume||40 litres|
|Dimensions W x H x D||26.5 x 56 x 27.5 cm|