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For more than 50 years, midrange and high frequency horns have been the hands-down choice for movie theater sound engineers.

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Pros

Deep clean bass

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Big thump

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Front-firing 12"

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Cons

Lacks articulation

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No online manual

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The 12-inch, front-firing F12 powered subwoofer from BIC America incorporates a high current 475-watt peak amplifier designed by BASH Technology in combination with a 12-inch injection molded long-throw woofer. A patented BIC "Venturi" vent eliminates port noise, which is often heard from other subwoofers especially when playing demanding music and videos. The F12 also features an adjustable crossover, adjustable volume control, automatic signal sensing, high level inputs, and both Dolby Pro Logic and Dolby Digital/DTS inputs.

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Features

  • Powered subwoofer with 12-inch injection molded long throw woofer; BASH designed amp
  • Patented BIC "Venturi" vent eliminates port noise
  • Adjustable crossover, adjustable volume control, automatic signal sensing
  • Inputs for both Dolby Pro Logic and Dolby Digital/DTS
  • Backed by 5-year warranty
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How to connect this subwoofer to the receiver if I do not have a sub output located on the back?

    It's pretty simple. You run your left and right front speaker wires from your amp to the sub, and it has "out to speakers" terminals you would then use to run speaker wires to your speakers.it comes with very easy to follow directions for set-up with good diagrams.

  • What's the measurements?

    14.75 wide 17.5 deep 17.25 tall. Actual measurements. Scottish

  • Polk PSW505 turned all the way up Bic F12 turned all the way up wich one is louder and goes deeper?

    You do not turn these all the way up to play them. They blend with your current speakers and add the low end usually missing from regular bookshelf speakers or home theaters with a sound bar. Anyway, to answer your question, the Polk you mentioned has twice the RMS wattage (300) and plays a couple hertz deeper (23) so the Polk may be what you are looking for at a price. Please keep in mind, these subs act crazy when you turn their main volume all the way up so follow the instructions to properly set them up to your system.

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