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BIC V1220

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Just purchased a BIC V1220 as a replacement for my Velodyne SPL10. What intrigued me was the low end frequency responce. 23 HZ is real close to the SPL10. While I loved my Velodyne, the longevity of this brand sucks. After two amp blowouts, its now an expensive door stop.
Has anyone compared these two subs for performance?
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Depending on your use intent - I'd advise canceling your order, and purchasing a more capable subwoofer.

That BIC V1220 isn't much of an upgrade from the velodyne you had and it sure isn't flat to 23hz.
http://www.avsforum.com/t/1391243/bic-v1220-and-bic-f12-omnimic-frequency-response-graphs/0_20


The BIC V1220 represents a good value at $200, but a better value is found in the $300 sale priced Klipsch RW-12D if you want extension to 22 or 23hz.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16882780078

RW-12D FR graphs
http://www.avsforum.com/t/1390563/klipsch-rw-12d-omnimic-frequency-response-graphs/0_20
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Originally Posted by Archaea View Post

The BIC V1220 represents a good value at $200, but a better value is found in the $300 sale priced Klipsch RW-12D if you want extension to 22 or 23hz.

+1

For $300 the RW-12d is pretty hard to beat for HT.
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