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Clark Synthesis TST209 Tactile Transducer Bass Shaker
How would one wire 4 clark TST209s to a single dayton sa240?
I have no idea on as to how to wire in parallel/series and despite researching them the terms their concepts remain alien to me. If someone could perhaps provide a diagram and description on as to how the wiring would be done for 4 clarks to a single dayton sa240 I would be very greatful!
A series/parallel configuration would be indicated for your application. I've included a simple diagram for your convenience.
Date published: 2012-01-29
hot tub mounting
think one of these would shake a 5-7 person hot tub? or perhaps 2? havent decided on mounting locations yet.
It's doubtful that with the pumps, water and bubbles that you would feel the efffect. Some hot tubs have subwoofers, so you may just consider that.
Date published: 2012-06-17
How many of these units would I require to cover 3 couches? What size amp do I need to run them?
Are they better than the Aurora Base shakers and worth the added cost?
I would recommend two units per couch. Wire the units on each couch together in parallel. Wire each couch together in series. I would recommend the 240W plate amplifier linked below to power them.Please see the attached wiring diagram for correct connection.As far as quality, the Clark Synthesis transducers have more output and one of the TST209s is equivalent to four of the Aura Pro Bass Shakers.
Date published: 2012-02-25
how do i mount the Clark Synthesis TST209 Tactile Transducer?
Installation instructions for this product are available in the right-hand column of the page under "Manuals/Resources." Here's a link for your convenience:http://www.parts-express.com/pdf/300-861m.pdf
Date published: 2011-11-01
How would I wire 4 chairs in a row using the SA240 240W Sub Amp?
I've attached a simple diagram below for your reference. The placement of the shakers is irrelevant, as long as the wiring diagram is followed.
Date published: 2012-01-07
Should I add 6dB @35 Hz boost?
I am powering two of the Clark TST209's (8 ohm load) using the SPA250 plate amp which has the ability to add +6 dB boost at 35 Hz. What is the recommendation? Turn on the boost or leave it off? Would the recommendation change if I go to four transducers (4 ohm load).
Try it, see if you like it! Can't see how it could hurt anything, its all up you and how well you are liking the effect of it.
Date published: 2013-04-08