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Dayton Audio TT25-8 PUCK Tactile Transducer Mini Bass Shaker 8 Ohm

Brand:|Model: TT25-8|Part # 300-386
Dayton Audio's TT25-8 PUCK is a small, 8 ohm tactile transducer or mini bass shaker that is intended to be used in home theater, gaming, and auto sound applications.
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  • Quality construction and economically priced
  • Add tactile feedback to chairs and couches for the ultimate gaming and movie experience
  • Small and easy to install

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Dayton Audio TT25-8 PUCK Tactile Transducer Mini Bass Shaker 8 Ohm

The PUCK™ by Dayton Audio is a small, economical tactile transducer otherwise known as a mini bass shaker that is intended to be used in home theater, gaming, and auto sound applications.

This mini bass shaker has the unique ability to transfer low frequency sound waves directly to the listener by mounting the PUCK™ to surface areas that a listener's body will come into contact with. Because the listener "feels" the low frequency, the volume of the overall sound can be kept to a minimum without sacrificing the audio quality.

The PUCK measures a mere 3-1/2" diameter and 1" depth, nearly identical in size to an ice hockey puck. The small depth and diameter of the PUCK™ mini bass shaker make it uniquely suited for tight spaces and unobtrusive applications. 4 layer Voice Coil with 1" aluminum former.

Note: Requires 6 #6 wood or sheet metal screws for surface mounting.

To simplify installation on flat surfaces our Surface Mount Ring Kit (300-3880) allows you to mount the PUCK transducer without the need for a mounting hole.

Specifications: • Power handling: 15 watts RMS/30 watts max • Impedance: 8 ohms • Usable frequency response: 20 to 80 Hz • Fs: 40 Hz • Force peak: 30 lbs. per ft. total when used in 4 PUCK configuration • Dimensions: 3-1/2" dia. x 1" H • Cutout: 70 mm with 25 mm slot for wire pass through • Consult owners manual for cut-out template and wiring information.

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Product Specifications
  • ApplicationLow Frequency Bass Shaker
  • Impedance8 ohms
  • Power Handling (RMS)15 Watts
Dayton Audio TT25-8 PUCK Tactile Transducer Mini Bass Shaker 8 Ohm
  • BrandDayton Audio
  • ModelTT25-8
  • Part Number300-386
  • UPC848791000102
  • Product CategoryTactile Transducers, Exciters & Bass Shakers
  • Unit of MeasureEA
  • Product Rating
    (7 Reviews)
  • Weight0.75 lbs.
  • California Prop 65

    Warning: California residents only. Please note per Proposition 65 that this product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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Dayton Audio TT25-8 PUCK Tactile Transducer Mini Bass Shaker 8 Ohm
Dayton Audio TT25-8 PUCK Tactile Transducer Mini Bass Shaker 8 Ohm is rated 3.8571 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Interesting FunBought two to see how they would work in a car seatHooked them up on a saturday night and they didnt have the same output. The puck with little output had a rattle/click when shaken. -being I couldnt do anything about it being so late on the curiosity got the best of me!To figure out how it worked and was put together I removed the center cap cover and I cut the back off . The front cover still had to come off simply removing the screws wont work its glued quite well. the aluminum front cover/voice coil is pretty thick and didnt bend like i thought it would. The plastic magnet suspension ring had a broken tab The mass of the moving magnet is what generates the shaking and I thought I would see some kind of Spider or Spring here not plastic.Im sure its fine for the low power handling But I suspect a good drop could break this ring. Also no instruction on which way to mount or not to mount the puck if it even matters as far as orientation wise which way is up?1 no user serviceable parts inside - removing the cover WILL break it !!!2 it needs improvement with a better suspension system3 Zero instructions orientation wise which way is up? does it even matter?I Pucked it up it was interesting and Im not out much = indifferentThe Good one works Good but how long?Cannot say yet if I would buy another one.
Date published: 2015-02-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good stuff -tips on setupUsed on a DIY sim racing setup(for GT6). Two 8ohm pucks with the cheapo lepai 20w x2 amp. They will not blow you out of the seat, but they are very noticeable and definitely add immersion to the game. Especially when you stop thinking about them and focus on the game, I just start laughing like a child its so fun. You feel every curb, every time you land after a little bit of air on the nurburgring, and you can feel the tranny vibration change as you wind out individual gears. They perfectly complement the vibrations coming from my logitech g27 racing wheel.Setup:I spilt the LFE channel on my HT reciever-one to sub, one to puck amp, then split again at the puck amp to drive both channels.Simple/Cheap rca cables and y splitters. The lepai amp is 20w, these are only rated at 15w, so almost a perfect match. However, because they are 8 not 4ohm, in order to really wake them up I had to crank my sub output on my receiver all the way up, and I changed the crossover from 80 to 120. This allowed my to get plenty of seat shake without having to have the lepai amp up more then 70% at reference level volume. Bass tone control engaged and also at 70. This allows some headroom to crank it up if you want the volume lower but still want shake. I just turned my sub down to compensate. This was needed for gran tourismo 6, I dont use them for anything else so i cant comment-just wanted to give a heads up to other sim guys.
Date published: 2014-08-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 4 pucks for a couchI bought 4 of these, and wired 2 sets parallel for 4 ohm per channel and hooked to a Lepai amp. Attached them to 3/4 mdf and then to the bottom of my couch. They add an awesome facet to the movie/gaming experience. They don't shake you out of your seat, but are great for what they are. You can watch movie at a lower level and still "feel" the bass.
Date published: 2014-03-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Way to power hungryI purchased 4 8ohm pucks installed them correctly and was running a100w rms sub amp that barely moved them. I now have them hooked up at 8 ohms on a dayton 500w plate amp which runs them fine but after 3 minutes they are extremely hot to the touch and I'm sure won't last long. Save your money and buy a better quality shaker
Date published: 2014-03-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome productThese puck transducers are a wonderful solution for enhancing the bass experience. While you certainly need some sort of subwoofer, these things will really help the low end extension of your sound experience. To be fair though, get more than you think you will need, the power handling of these guys are pretty low.
Date published: 2014-02-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Dayton Audio tt25-8I'm using these mini base shakers, transducers, in an iRacing simulator.I drive them with LP-2020A+ Lepal Class T amplifiers.A perfect combination!It is the perfect amp for these little shakers. (They can be over driven by this amp, which results in a clanking sound).If you mount these shakers to a light weight frame it shakes well. If you mount to a heavy solid MDF board they are dampened and weak. For best results keep the frame of the object to be shook, floating, mine is suspended by springs on all corners. For the price of amplifiers and shakers you can run four of these with two Lepal LP-2020A+ amps for the as opposed to a single Aurora shaker and 75 watt amp.I use 6 Dayton Audio TT25 Pucks, 2, 8 ohm and 4, 16 ohm plus one Aurora Base shaker, $49, driven by a 75 watt Dayton amp as a seat shaker. I'm pleased with the results as used in iRacing simulation. Amps are driven by Simxperience software, not straight audio.You can run into trouble if you don't understand the number of channels that your computer outputs and how many channels your amps will actually drive so do a little reading first especially if your making a racing sim setup.
Date published: 2013-10-27
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Dayton Audio TT25-8 PUCK Tactile Transducer Mini Bass Shaker 8 Ohm

I got (2) TT25-8ohm pucks and (1) DTA-1 mini amp at 4ohms. How can I hook up pucks in 4ohm? Would I damage amp by hooking up pucks in 8ohm? 

Asked by: none3
In order to have a four ohm load you will have to wire the pucks together in parallel. Wiring these to the amp at 8 ohms will not hurt the amplifier.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2015-11-07

I'm told the Dayton Audio DTA-1 amp or DTA-2 amp module and the Lepai LP2020A will not provide low pass filtering to the PUCKs and that I would need line-level filtering at about 150 Hz to achieve it. Tell me what I need to do this and how to do it. 

Asked by: none3
Please contact our tech support for more help with this question, or 800-338-0531 x1.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2015-11-07

Is there a small 12v amp with power adapter with a line in for my iphone that I can hook up 2 TT25-8ohm puck mini bass shakers?   

Asked by: none3
The Dayton Audio DTA-1 amp or DTA-2 amp module will work. Also, the Lepai LP2020A+ or the Kinter MA-170 would work. However, keep in mind that these amps will not provide low pass filtering to the PUCKs, so you might hear audible upper frequencies from them as well. You would need to provide line-level filtering at about 150 Hz to avoid audible sounds from the PUCKs.
Answered by: DaytonAudio_Rory
Date published: 2015-11-07

First off what I'd like to do is mount 1 TT-8 mini bass shaker on an aluminum plate roughly 6" or 7" square and put it inside a foam rubber "back support" type cushion and place it at the lower back area. Would it work. 

Asked by: none3
Yes. You may want to experiment with the shakers. One may not provide the desired effect.
Answered by: TomI
Date published: 2015-11-07

Bought 2 8 Ohm pucks and am trying to understand my best options for setting them up. I have a Vizio5.1 sound bar that has no outputs, sub is connected to the bar by bluetooth. only outputs are from the Sub to the surround speakers. 

Asked by: wolfgang
This requires a bit more information in order to proceed. Please contact our tech support for more help with this question, or 800-338-0531 x1.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2015-11-07

Would it be possible to have some graphical explanation on the different connection for Lepai amp with the Dayton Pucks (8 ohms). This would help greatly for novices like me. Thanks!

Asked by: Ronlam
Please contact our tech support via email and we will be able to send you a diagram,
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2014-12-09
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