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BIC America FH6-LCR Dual 6.5-Inch 175-Watt LCR Speaker with Mid/High Frequency Horn

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  • Dual injection molded woofers with rubber surround
  • 6 1/4" mid/high frequency horns, neodymium magnets
  • High efficiency output to 116dB
  • Frequency response: 40Hz-23kHz
  • Includes 5-year warranty
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BIC America FH6-LCR Dual 6.5-Inch 175-Watt LCR Speaker with Mid/High Frequency Horn + BIC America F12 12-Inch 475-Watt Front Firing Powered Subwoofer + Mediabridge ULTRA Series Subwoofer Cable (15 Feet) - Dual Shielded with Gold Plated RCA to RCA Connectors - Black
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Product Specifications

Brand NameBIC America
Color NameBlack
Item Display Height9 inches
RMS Power Range - Amplifiers175 watts

Technical Details

  • Brand Name: BIC America
  • Model Number: FH6-LCR
  • Color: Black
  • Display Height: 9 inches
  • Width: 11 inches
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Product Description

For more than 50 years, midrange and high frequency horns have been the hands-down choice for movie theater sound engineers. From the softest whispers... To the highest impact sound... Hrn drivers have no equal when it comes to clarity and dynamic range. The BIC Formula Theater Series carries on the legacy of the first Formula Series introduced in 1973. They offer an output capability of up to 116dB (live rock band levels), while offering refinements that surpass all of its predecessors. Dual injection molded woofers with rubber surround. 6 1/4" mid/high frequency horns. neodymium magnets. High efficiency output to 116dB. Frequency response: 40Hz-23kHz. 22" W x 8" H x 6" D. Sold individually.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.1 x 21.9 x 8 inches ; 17.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 18.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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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: B0015A8Y3E
  • Item model number: FH6-LCR
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (129 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #52,068 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 26, 2006

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49 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Marc Jordan on June 9, 2009
Don't be fooled by the price of this center channel speaker. I don't know how they offer this kind of sound quality and sheer power for this price. It is a mystery to me why most speaker companies use such small drivers in the center channel of their speaker lines. I consider myself an audiophile,but anyone with a 5.1 home theater system knows that between 70 and 95% of a movies sound is channeled through the center channel; that's most of your movie! Why speaker companies skemp in this area in quality or size of drivers is beyond me. The exception to this small LCR model may be Paradigme,Def.Tech, and in some instances, Klipch and Martin Logan. These companies utilize either powered centers (built in amps.), larger bass drivers in the center or a wide array of mid woofers. You have to understand that there are frequencies and nuances of midbass that the Pre-Amp./Receiver will only send to the center speaker. That is why Center Channel speakers with powered, large, or an array of midwoofers sounds so good to most people, and that is also why so many people miss or strain to hear dialogue in an otherwise nice sounding set-up! Enter the BIC America FH6-LCR; It misses nothing and in fact sounds so rich, powerful and clear that you would swear it was an active/powered, high end center channel! I thought that other reviewers were off their Med.s when they said that this brand could compare with speakers costing 6 times as much, but I am now a believer. It amazes me that this speaker sounds almost as good as my $1,000 B&W Center and matches up with my B&W 703s and Pioneer Elite SC-05 fairly well. Don't pass this one up. Amazon has the best price on this center, but can you believe they sale a speaker this nice at Wal****! Yes, I said, Wally World.... Go figure!
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Phelan Dancer on February 15, 2011
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I have this hooked up to a $129 Yamaha V-365 (newer model is the 367). 100 Watts per channel.

I am using this speaker as a center channel for movies, not music. I always thought of BIC as a cheap off brand but that was my uneducated opinion. After seeing how lovely the speaker was in the picture, the size of the woofers, the horn tweeter, and reading AN AWFUL LOT about BIC in forums I decided to try this speaker at the mere price of $111. Right after I bought this I noticed the BIC flagship PL-26, and PL-28 center. I wish I would have noticed them before I bought this as the PL-26 is not very much $ more.

The FH6 dialogue is crystal clear, loud, clean, and I have to say clear again. I cannot believe how clear it is. The dynamic range is impressive. I've turned the volume up quite loud and the sound of the dialogue left me with a silly grin on my face. I do not think the tweeter is overly bright as some say with Klipsch. I do not have to turn the volume up very loud to hear dialogue, but this speaker sounds amazing at high volumes.

The bass seems to be lacking (not bad at all though) for the size of the drivers. I have not done any tuning on my receiver though so this may be on my side.

I've had a few center channels to compare this to:
* Polk CS-1 - To me, the BIC is much is much clearer, cleaner, and crisp when it comes to dialogue. The Polk definitely has more bass than the BIC. The Polk is fully broken in which may be the reason it produces more bass. Plus I had the receiver tuned in.
* Martin Logan Encore TF - The ML used to be my favorite. I'm slowly coming around to the BIC. The BIC produces an awful lot more bass than the ML, and the BIC's highs and dialogue started sounding more realistic and cleaner after a couple weeks.
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53 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Corey340 on June 9, 2012
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It's always difficult to write a review when you're the one voice that really doesn't like a product but for the reader that has a great music reproduction system (the term audiophile could be used here) my review might save some time if nothing else. So let's get to the details.

I bought these speakers in the hope of presenting a more efficient load to a tube amplifier. Given the specs, it seemed to be suitable (40Hz-23kHz, 96-116dB efficiency) for such an application but that's where the goodness ended. Of course I expected them to require a break-in period to get to their best but as all speakers have a "signature sound" which defines their family of speakers as would a Steinway to the piano family or a Stradivarius to the violin family, this speaker's signature wasn't to my liking.

I read all 50 reviews and one thing that stood out from several reviewers was that they either had to "dial-in" or "equalize" their systems to get the speaker to be it's best. After 15 hours of playing music (classical, rock, jazz, alternative, without me in the room), the speakers still sounded like a 1960's AM radio (I had read one review where the reviewer used the words 'non linear') so I went into full test mode to see where the problem was. I didn't bother to A/B them with my reference bookshelf speakers (Infinity Primus 150, Insignia NS-b2111) since there was clearly something amiss so I went straight to test tones. I tested 1/3 octave tones from 31.5 to 1250Hz and in comparison to my other speakers, here's what I got.

Note: xx indicates output below 50db (the limit of my test equipment) except for 1000Hz (I only tested the Infinity at that frequency). My reference was 1250Hz at 60db.
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