Reviews and Problems with BIC America DV52CLR-B Venturi
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Better than most double the price
11 December 2014
Summary: First off let me say this is the most important part of any surround sound system. yes I am very happy with my purchase for the price I couldn't get anything close I am an audiophile and these get 5 star for value to sound. I will be the first to admit when they get too much base put it to "11" you do get mild distortion you do get mild distortion. However when it is turned to 10 or below they are crisp and clear.
Summary: I wasn't in love with this speaker when I first hooked it up.. Honestly, I was disappointed. However, after a good amount of wear in, the sound is rich and clear and I couldn't be happier! if at first you are disappointed, give it about a week and you'll end up as happy as I am.
Summary: I have a Yamaha RX-V675 receiver with Yamaha NS-6490 bookshelf speakers for the front surrounds. The sub is a Yamaha YST-SW216BL. Yeah, I enjoy my Yamaha sound components. My center channel speaker was a holdover Sony from my previous setup, and it just wasn't cutting it. None of the Yamaha center channel speakers would fit in my entertainment cabinet, so I purchased this BIC after reading many positive reviews from multiple sources.
Summary: As with other BIC products I've purchased and reviewed, this thing is out-friggin'-standing for its price. Handles high loads well. Produces clear and understandable dialogue in a noisy home theater environment. Bass is a bit muddy, probably due to the porting in the back. If you're shopping for home theater on a budget, this is a really good choice.
Summary: Just barely ok sound.Nothing to get excited about.Economical price.....but....it has too high a crossover point at 5kz.For clearer sound,I would have preferered,a 2kz or 3kz crossover point.I notice other B I C center channel speakers cross over at 3.5 kz.I would recommend this speaker to only those that do not mind a little lack of clarity.