|Product :||Beovox S45||
|Produced from :||1976 - Nov 1977|
|Designed by :||Jacob Jensen|
|Finish :||Rosewood, Teak, Oak, White|
As part of a new breed of loudspeaker from Bang & Olufsen, the original Beovox S45 was the first model to carry the ‘S’ prefix in this very popular range. It was originally designed as a three-way loudspeaker (type 6302) but was revised in 1983 as a two-way speaker system (type 6427).
When it was revised in 1983, and looking similar to its larger Beovox S55 and S80 counterparts, the Beovox S45 (type 6427) was just a little narrower depth-wise. Inside its wooden cabinet was fitted with but two drivers: a 210mm woofer and a 25mm tweeter which for most people’s use was quite adequate and gave a rich, mellow sound. Because of their reasonable pricing and quality sound the Beovox S45 proved very popular over its production lifetime.
The Beovox S45 was eventually replaced by Beovox S45.2.
BeoVox S 45 (1983) type:
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