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Chris Townsend
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Chris Townsend Posted: Tue, May 4 2021 1:20 AM
I know very little about how speakers actually work and the science of sound, and stumbled across this very informative video. Just in case you get washed up on a desert island, you can now make your own Beolabs.

https://youtu.be/EEh01PX-q9I

Great to see this mans joy at his creation at the end.Yes - thumbs up

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Millemissen
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@Chris

This would make a Beovox speaker....since it is a pure passive speaker like made for ages.

I don’t doubt that it would sound good....in the right room etc.

The step up to a Beolab speaker (like the modern active speakers from B&O) is pretty huge.

There are many things that make this difference - one is the wish to make a smaller speaker with a relatively big sound.

Which is something that you can not do with a passive speaker concept like this.

Not everyone will want huge boxes like these in the livingroom.

P.S. Nice woodwork there.

MM

There is a tv - and there is a BV.

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