JMI Vox LS-10 Wall Mount Loudspeaker Enclosure - 1964 - 1967
Thomas Vox V123 Grenadier III Loudspeaker Enclosure - 1965 - 1967

Measuring just 13" x 13" x 7", the JMI Vox LS-10 wall mounted enclosure was designed to produce auxiliary audio output in spaces such as a hotel lobby or remote classroom. It retailed for £7.7.0 in 1966. The 1964 JMI Vox catalog described the LS-10 as follows:

"Impedance 4, 8 or 16 ohms or 100V line matching up to 10 watts output capacity. Finish polished oak veneer or durable leathercloth."

Thomas Organ, the US distributor of Vox, renamed the LS-10 loudspeaker enclosure the "V123 - Grenadier III" for the North American market. It retailed for $50 in the US. The 1966 Thomas Vox catalog and price list described the V123 - Grenadier III as follows:

"A ten inch wall mounted auxiliary loudspeaker for Public Address systems. Full frequency response throughout the entire tonal spectrum."

The LS-40 included one 10" Elac speaker and was essentially one quarter of a Vox LS-40 4x10" PA column. The internally mounted impedance matching transformer allowed the enclosure to offer a 4, 8 or 16 ohm load. The matching transformer also provided a 100 volt tap for connection over longer distances.


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