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Beovox Penta vs. Beolab Penta?

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Totte
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Totte posted on Mon, Nov 16 2015 9:18 PM

It's me again :-)

I just got my first Beo-System a week ago, a beosystem 4500 (amp, cd, tape) with a pair of Beovox Pentas.
I got it for 530 euro. But the seller also have a pair of Beolab Penta Mk3 with i can get instead of the Pentavox (have to pay 300-400 euro extra)

My question is; Is it worth the extra 400 euro? As of now I'm using the setup as a bedroom stereo. And I'm a bit concerned that the extra electronics in the Beolab version could cause trouble in the future...Expensive trouble...

So what does the Beo-Lords of the forum say?

 

Thanks! / Totte

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smuehli
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smuehli replied on Mon, Nov 16 2015 10:22 PM
For further use - when you change the 4500 to a newer System you'll need active Speakers. I would go for the beolabs.
Totte
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Totte replied on Mon, Nov 16 2015 10:35 PM

I don't think i'll go for a newer system... Is the sound quality worth the extra bucks?

Millemissen
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Totte:

It's me again :-)

.... As of now I'm using the setup as a bedroom stereo.

They were (so to speak) your new BedLab Penta's, then ;-)))

 

If the amps are ok, you should go for these - you'll be more flexible in the future with the Lab-version.

In case 'anything should go wrong', you could always disable the amp module and let the BeoMaster 4500 drive them.

Enjoy!

 

MM

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