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BIC RtR-EV15 15" Biampable Floor Speaker
On the woofer, what size is the voice coil and how much is the "throw" in inches and under shipping what does "truck only" mean
Unfortunately the manufacturer does not specify the voice coil size or Xmax on the woofer. You may be able to contact BIC directly for more information.
Date published: 2014-03-21
Please provide details on the cabinet construction:- bracing, if any- material type- material thickness- dampening material thickness
BIC is an excellent company. Although the catalog page does not specify, I am sure it meets or surpasses what is industry standard.The speaker has teinals for full range or, rove a jumper ans go bi-amp.
Date published: 2013-09-08
Can I run these speakers with a full range or straight signal from my receiver/amp?
Just wondering if I can run these in a full range set up without the need for a crossover or any filter type thing.
Yes, the great thing is that you can run th full range and of your need increases, buy a crossover and another amp for the sub and biamp.
Date published: 2013-08-19
Q. about the impedance.. Does it dip like other speakers.
Simple question but I'm not sure who would know this, I finally realized a good place to ask . Here.Does the impedance dip with these tower speakers? It says 8 ohms here:http://www.bicamerica.com/showpage.php?brand=3&type=15&spkrID=120but I'm wondering if it dips or goes down into 6 or 4 ohms.I Remember reading about the cerwin vega towers, I think VE 12's they dip into 4ohm and different frequency's.Thanks in advance for any info or answers.oh another thing, is it true that this speaker is built with help from Dr. HSU.- There's a review on amazon about this. Not sure if it's 100% I should read it again.here(amazon review related to my second question)http://www.amazon.com/review/R2JADM691AVZKF/ref=cm_cr_dp_title?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B003H3L76I&nodeID=172282&store=electronics
Yes, the impedence (Z) of any speaker or speaker system will change as the frequency changes. The change is minimal and will not damage an amplifier.I have no information about who participated in the design or engineering of this speaker.
Date published: 2013-05-28
What are the woofer surrounds made of?
The woofer surrounds are foam.
Date published: 2012-11-04
Does the 15" woofer have a crossover on it or is it running full range?
This is a full range speaker with the amp inputs separated to allowthe use of two power amps to provide power. Connect the larger and most powerful amp to the sub and the smaller amp to the mid / high input. The speakers internal crossover properly divides the frequencies to the appropriate speaker.Because of design the sub 15" may be receiving a full range signal however it's efficiency decreases as frequency increases and the mid / high takes over and balances the sound.This is a simplified bi-amp set up as opposed to an electronic crossover being between the pre amp and power amps.
Date published: 2012-08-17