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Subject: Re: Advice sought, home theater speakers Date: 1/3/2013 9:01 PM
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Kenneth, the link didn’t work but this one did http://www.parts-express.com/brand/bic-america/411

As I said, I don’t have any experience with BIC but you can’t argue the price and the warrantees. Might be just the thing for your system: if you do buy them please give a report on what they’re like.

I did notice that some buyers had structural upgrades made to the internal bracing; one way to lower the cost is not have extensive internal support. Also not noted is the crossover frequency points and what electronics they have to do that. And it seems the speakers have spring-type connections rather than binding posts.

All that said, it may be better to get these speakers individually than buy a HTIB.

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