BIC America DV62si Bookshelf Speakers Review

by admin on August 16, 2014

The BIC America DV62si  uses a patented and specially tuned rear-panel Venturi port to extend the its low-frequency response to an impressive 43 Hz, nearly a full octave below the capabilities of most bookshelf speakers.

As a result, they will sparkle all the way around! Whether you need fill out your home theater with surround sound or enliven your dorm or apartment with music, these speakers really overdeliver!



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Custom designed tweeter delivers crystal-clean undistorted upper mid and high BIC-America-DV62sifrequencies. The woofer is light yet rigid for tight, accurate extended bass. Last but not least, the rear-enclosure patented “Venturi” vent further extends deep low frequency performance.

The BIC America DV62si bookshelf speakers boast some pretty impressive specifications. With sensitivity of 90dB, they’re competitive with all but the best bookshelf speaker we reviewed. Their dynamic frequency range is even more noteworthy. With bass response that goes clear down to a deep 43Hz, they have one of the best frequency response range of any of the bookshelf loudspeakers we’ve found.

The manufacturer recommends minimum input power of 10W and maximum input of 175W. That’s a good spread that is likely to meet most people’s needs. The bookshelf speakers are magnetically shielded to prevent video interference. That isn’t an issue for home theaters with flat-screen TVs but could be if you’re setup includes a CRT television or monitor. Speaker inputs are of the five-way variety for convenience and ensuring a good cable connection whether using single or dual banana plugs, pin or spade connectors or even bare wire. The posts are gold plated to prevent corrosion.

Bass and mid-range frequencies are produced by a single 6 1/2-inch driver whose cone is made of a rather rigid poly/graphite material that responds rather cleanly across the board. There’s also a 3/4-inch soft dome tweeter for high-frequency reproduction. The crossover is set at a rather high 3,500Hz, the highest of any of the bookshelf speakers we’ve evaluated.

Here are some great features of the BIC America DV62si:

  • 2-way, tuned-vent bookshelf speakers with wide, 43 to 20,000 Hz frequency response for deep bass and extended treble
  • 90 dB sensitivity; recommended for use with amplifiers pushing 10 to 150 watts per channel
  • 6-inch poly/graphite woofer, .75-inch poly dome tweeter per speaker
  • Video-shielded for distortion-free placement near televisions or computer monitors

So if you’re considering buying new speakers to replace old ones or are buying them for the first time, I would highly recommend these great quality speakers. Even though their size is relatively small (approx 9″x9″x14″ tall), they sound like giant size speakers with great clarity and accuracy.

Here’s what one of the owners had to say about the BIC America DV62si:

For the money, they are the best speakers around. For the size, they make great bass. I will not be needing a sub, they are that good. I am very happy I have these speakers. Its been several weeks and I enjoy them every day. I have discovered that listening to music is fun again. (D. Pulsfort)

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