If you want to feel that quality of American construction then this Bic Acoustech PL-200 II review is probably for you. If you are looking for a premium subwoofer at an affordable price, we strongly suggest that you pay attention to the PL-200.
What’s concerning Bic Acoustech PL-200 II specs, this is the eldest in the line of this manufacturer, is equipped with a solid driver with a 12-inch metallic polymer diffuser. An amplifier with a power of up to 1000 watts at the peak is built according to the BASH scheme with maximum efficiency. The crossover is tunable within 30 - 90 Hz, if necessary, it can be disabled. There is an automatic inclusion of the input signal, which is very convenient if the sub is in an inaccessible place. Theatrical effects were conveyed convincingly, with due drama. The sounds of gunfire and explosions are very close to reality. The bass was not monotonous, on the contrary, it was distinguished by high intelligibility and depth. Infra-low frequencies were reproduced quite assembled and did not seem amorphous, and this is very rare for an inexpensive subwoofer.
The Acoustech PL-200 looks quite rigorous and at the same time elegant, mainly due to the polished top panel coated with black varnish. The solidity of our American guest is also evidenced by his considerable weight - more than 20 kg. The injection molding method allowed to give it high rigidity and resistance to bending deformations. Acoustic design - bass reflex, an impressive port which is brought back. The big plus of the PL-200 is the absence of the slightest overtones of the case, even at very high volumes. The front porting also enables extra placement flexibility, including the option of being placed or built into a cabinet.
High level screw terminal inputs and linear LFE are available. The back panel has all the ports which are labeled so you will have no troubles connecting everything up. It has switches (on/off and phasing) and two dials to adjust the volume and the crossover frequency.