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BIC America DV62si Bookshelf Speakers (Pair, Black)

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  • 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
  • Measures inches 8.9 x 14.8 x 9.1 (W x H x D) each
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BIC America DV62si Bookshelf Speakers (Pair, Black) + BIC America DV-62CLRS 6-Inch 2-Way Center Channel Speaker + BIC America F12 12-Inch 475-Watt Front Firing Powered Subwoofer
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Product Specifications

Brand NameBIC America
Color NameMulti
Item Display Height14.8 inches
Depth9.1 inches
Peak Power Handling - Speakers150 watts
Maximum Speaker Depth (inches)9.1 inches

Technical Details

  • Brand Name: BIC America
  • Model: DV62si
  • Color Name: Multi
  • Speaker Amplification Type: Passive
  • Speakers Maximum Output Power: 150 Watts
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 23.5 x 12.4 x 17.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 28 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B00006JPDI
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  • Item model number: DV62si
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (253 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 28, 2002

Product Description

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Attention, all bass lovers needing small speakers: this stately pair of Venturi DV62si bookshelf speakers from BIC America 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--the place where kick drums kick and bass guitars growl their deepest. The 2-way speakers would suitably fill out your home theater with surround sound, enliven your dorm or apartment with music, or provide gentle background ambience in your bedroom or business.

Use one pair for stereo or surround applications or pick up 2 pairs (4 speakers) for use as the front and surround elements in a multichannel listening system. The speakers are magnetically shielded for distortion-free placement near your television or computer monitor. Video programs sound more lifelike and enveloping with timbrally matched speakers all around, and plenty of newer music formats--from the DTS surround CD to DVD-Audio and SACD--offer music from your favorite artists mixed expressly for surround-sound listening. (Alternately, you could use these as surround speakers with larger, floorstanding speakers for the front left/right channels.)

Standing just under 15 inches tall, the DV62si speakers each use a custom-designed .75-inch, ferrofluid-cooled dome tweeter for extended high frequencies and a 6-inch poly/graphite-blend woofer is light yet rigid for tight, accurate, and remarkably extended bass.

What's in the Box
Two speakers with grilles, a user's manual, and warranty information.

Product Description

BIC America BIC Venturi DV62si Speaker DV-62SIB 719

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Its the best sounding bookshelf speakers I've had so far.
Fritz "TC"
If you've been shopping around for the best value you can get, and you like knowing you saved money like me, then look no further.
Z. Mehrbach
Very nice highs, crisp and clear mids and bass is really good.
C. Parto

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

100 of 102 people found the following review helpful By Dennis Gentile on March 3, 2003
I was looking to replace my Boston Acoustics a60 pair after about 20 years of use. I read as many reviews as I could find on the internet and also looked at Consumers Report. I kind of narrowed it down to the JBL S26,Venturi DV62si and Polk r15. The DV62si won the competition. I auditioned each of the speakers and found the BIC pair to have a singularly beautiful sound especially for classical and jazz (which are my mainstays). I was pleasantly surprised by the bass response since CR said they were a bit "bass shy". I recommend highly. (I have my speakers on 12 inch stands.) Bravo BIC.
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33 of 33 people found the following review helpful By drp103 on March 13, 2007
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I just hooked these up to a moderately priced A/V receiver from Pioneer; I'm guessing they will take a few days to break in, but they sound excellent already. For the money, they're the best speakers around. For their size, they make decent, low-end bass. I will not be needing a sub, they're that good.

Their looks are pleasing; fit-and-finish is good to very good, not too fake-wood looking. For the price, it's acceptable.

The packaging is poor; I really thought my speakers were damaged when I removed them, as the cardboard box and the foam inserts were flimsy -- very poor quality. But, except for one of the back corners that was slightly dinged, they were in great shape.

I am giving them 5 stars for the very low price.

Update 6/13/07: I am very happy with the speakers. It has been several weeks and I enjoy them more and more every day. I have discovered that music can be fun to listen to again as I am hearing a quality and clarity that was missing with my old setup.

I've integrated a small subwoofer into my setup that extends the low end down a bit more. I listen to old LPs, an IPOD, and the local radio stations -- all sound excellent. Best sound/value speakers I have ever owned.

UPDATE 7/27/13: Well, what can I say. It's been six years since I purchased these babies on Amazon, and they have not let me down. Workhorses, they are; they get used nearly every single day and have performed flawlessly during that whole time. I just want to comment on two things: 1) the woofers' rubber surrounds are still in perfect shape, and 2) the cabinets' fit and finish is still great; the dark grey vinyl wood grain coverings have not peeled away at all anywhere. Of course, I have not abused them any as they have both sat in the exact same spot for years. And, the dust covers too have held up perfectly.

That's it, and see you in six years for another update!
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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Big Bill on April 18, 2009
I'm a bit picky about realistic sound; I did a bit of conducting in high school and college. So, it is little wonder that I'm still running a mint pair of ultra-clear ESS amt 1B floor standers in the audio room and Paradigm Mini-Monitors in the HT room.

I first bought a pair of DV62si's as a gift for my father because of two factors: they sound great not only for movies, but for music, too; and, they are a screaming deal, pricewise. Since putting together dear dad's system, I've recommended the DV62si's to four friends who use them in HT surround systems. Needless to say, they are the envy of their friends and families, and pains to their next door neighbors when they show movies and forget to close the windows.

I've been working in a home office for the past six months and needed tunes and NPR in the room. So, I picked up a bullet-proof Onkyo TX-8222 stereo receiver and another pair of DV62si's. An old Samsung DVD player plays CDs and a Sony portable Mini-disk player does the recording and playback tasks.

For years the leading consumer magazine has rated these speakers as one of the most accurate they've ever tested. Yes, they grumbled that there wasn't much extended low bass. However, these speakers were designed for HT applications, where the use of a subwoofer is presumed. So, extended low bass is really a non-issue. The build quality compared to audiophile exotics is utilitarian. However, it is strong and adequate considering the low price.

While many tweak-o-philes insist on sending the crossovers out to replace a cap or resistor or two so that they can claim "miraculous" sonic improvements, that really isn't necessary.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Jared T. Hitchcock on April 7, 2005
These speakers are fantastic. The imaging that the create when combined with the DV-62CLR center channel is amazing. They blend so smoothly that it is very difficult to determine what speaker the sound is coming from. Typically with most systems, you can pick out when the dialogue is focused through the center channel, but this makes very smooth transitions between all of the speakers. I am currently using them as my front speakers in a surround set-up that also works well for music, if not better. The sound does take a little time to warm up, but all good speakers do require break-in time. For me I listened to various types of music for about two days before the sound began to mellow and develop a richer sound. At first, the sound was kind of hollow and timid, but over time developed a very lively, open sound. I listened to B&W speakers that were highly recommended, but thought that they lacked the true live sound, they sounded boxy, but very accurate. I prefer the sound of Energy, Paradigm, or even Boston Acoustics for a warmer feel, but these bookshelfs are much cheaper. I will hopefully get the DV 64 towers to replace these as my front speakers and move these to the back as surrounds. The only reason they get four stars is because nothing is perfect, but they do sound like speakers costing upwards of five hundred dollars plus.
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