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BIC Venturi V1020 10" Powered Subwoofer 160W
Does this unit have a "Line Level Input" connection?
Yes, it is a mono LFE input.
Date published: 2013-04-10
Yes, you'll have to watch your carpet thickness for proper performance.The new Dayton SUB-1000 is front firing with a downward firing port. This should alleviate any concerns with thick carpet.
Date published: 2012-03-30
So then is this sub downfiring?
Date published: 2012-02-09
does it have an on/off switch, and/or is it auto on/off?
This subwoofer has OFF, AUTO and ON features.
Date published: 2013-11-04
Low pass range and slope
This is not given in the details. I'd like to know the range of low pass frequencies, and the low pass filter slope.
A subwoofer doesn't have terms the same as a crossover.It has a Frequency response of 26-180 Hz at rated output.
Date published: 2013-07-06
Is there a high-pass filter on the output?
I can't seem to get an accurate answer to this question. Do the output jacks have any high-pass filtering? In other words, if you set the sub at 100Hz for example, when you connect the satellites to this sub's output jacks, will only frequencies above 100Hz be passed to the satellites?Or, are the output jacks simply jumpered to the input jacks, thereby passing the full signal to the satellite speakers?If anyone here actually owns this sub, this should be easily to determine by simply checking for continuity with an ohmmeter between the input jacks and satellite output jacks.I know that most cheap subs, such as the Dayton Audio and other similar ones, actually tell you in the manual that the input and output jacks are jumped together and those subs have no high pass filtering.FWIW -- I asked this question to a BIC email support tech, and he said this sub ~does~ have high-pass filtering, but I find that answer very very unlikely, which is why I am hoping someone else can confirm or dispute that answer.
There is no way for us to test this without unboxing a brand new unit and having to re-sell it as used. If the manufacture states there is a high pass on the output there likely is. This is common with speaker level inputs and outputs on subwoofers like this.
Date published: 2013-06-03