BeoLab 6000 is probably one of the most famous speakers around today being a part of the standard exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York along with some other Bang & Olufsen equipment, namely the Beovox Cona (a subwoofer) and the Beocord VX5000, which by the way looks almost exactly as the VX7000 does. BeoLab 6000 is a smaller version of the BeoLab 8000 with the same active construction but with even smaller net volume: 3 litres. A great advantage with the BeoLab 6000 is the fact that it has two PowerLink connections giving the possibility to loop-through the signal to the second speaker directly. This speaker is used very often as the second pair in a Dolby Pro-Logic setup for example in the AV9000 system. Dimensions: W x H x D/'Weight: 20 x 110 x 22 cm/6.2 kg Cabinet/cloth finish (from Aug 2005): Aluminium/black, black/black, silver/silver, dark grey/dark grey, blue/black, red/black Power consumption: Typical 8 W/stand-by < 1,8 W Mains 6821 EU 230V 6822 GB 230V 6823 USA-CDN 120V 6824 J 100V 6825 AUS 240V 6826 KOR 220V Specifications (from Aug 2005): Maximum Sound Pressure Level (stereo, pair) 96 dB Power amplifier modules 2 units, Class AB Long-term maximum output power per module* 59 watts Effective frequency range* 55 - 20,000 Hz Cabinet principle Bass Reflex Magnetic shielded Yes Woofer 2 x 9 cm Tweeter 1.8 cm Net volume 3 liters Bass equalizer Adaptive (ABL) *According to IEC 268-3 and 268-5 Connections: Connections: Power Link 2 Phono (line) 1
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