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BIC RtR-EV15 15" 3-Way Biampable Floor Speaker
Could anyone recommend an upgrade for the midrange speaker? Maybe something that will be a better option for lower volume listening. Doesn't need to be drop-in. Because of the amplifier I am using, these speakers don't come alive until medium volumes.
I want to Bi-amp these speakers using 2 Crown XLS 2500 amps. They will be used only for home listening. Or will i need speakers capable of even greater power handling? What do you think?
You will have more power than the speakers can handle, but that doesn't mean you automatically need more power handling. It never hurts to have the headroom. If you realize that these won't get loud enough for you down the road without being over driven, then you will have to consider looking for something else.
Date published: 2015-11-09
Can this speaker be bridged at the binding posts for the use of 1 amplifiers operating all drivers, or is multi amplification the only option? Will any of the Horn Ribbon Tweeters be a good substitute for stock tweeter?
This speaker can be bi-amped or powered with one amplifier. We do not recommend replacing the tweeters in these unless you can get the originals from the manufacturer.
Date published: 2015-11-02
the price for the BIC rtr-ev15 floor speakers. Is that for one or a pair
The price is for one speaker.
Date published: 2015-08-10
I have 2 Yamaha s115V pro speakers thru crown stereo rack amp & Mackie mixer. Can the BIC speaker function as a Sub by connecting only sub side of this speaker? The mixer could limit the frequencies, yes? System for home and band.
Technically these could be wired this way, although I would only recommend it for home applications. They would not last long in a live or pro sound setting.
Date published: 2015-04-29
I want to Bi-Amp these speakers. I will be using Kenwood Basic M2 220watts RMS@8ohm for the woofer and Kenwood KM-106 150watts RMS@8ohm for mid/tweeter. In Bi-Amp setup does the woofer and mid/tweeter still see an 8ohm load or does it see a 4ohm load? THX
Each speaker is specified at 8 Ohms.
Date published: 2015-03-23