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Sonic Immersion VT200 IBEAM Vibro Tactile Transducer Bass Shaker
Can the IBEAM be installed with 2 Aura Pro Bass Shaker using a Dayton Audio SPA250 Sub Amp? If so, how would I go about it?
The only way to wire these three things together on one amplifier would be in series. this would raise the impedance to 12 ohms limiting the amount of output power you will get. You would be much farther ahead having one amp on both bass shakers and a separate amp on the I-Beam.
Date published: 2014-05-30
Will this work well in a mobile application?
I have a 2004 Chevy standard cab pickup. There is no room for a subwoofer. How well would this work if I securely mounted it to the back wall of the cab? I'd like to use the HP/LP functionality of my head unit to separate the audio and route the low frequencies to this device. Your thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
Sounds good to me! If you have any loose parts in the truck, this will tell you where they are. Mounting on the back wall of your cab is exactly how these work. They make whatever you mount them to--a loudspeaker. An enclosed cab, will shake.
Date published: 2013-10-28
Can this be mounted vertically? thanks.
SURE!! VERT OR HORIZ MOUNT IT TO SOMETHING THAT CAN CARRY THE LOW BASS TO THE SUBJECTS BODY
Date published: 2012-01-12
Hi, Would 1 SonicImmersion transducer per 4 theatre chair set be enough?
"Enough" is a very subjective term in cases such as this. It may be enough to live up to your expectations, and it may not. There are too many variables to say with any degree of confidence. I would encourage you to try it, but you'll want to be certain that the chairs are all connected in a very solid fashion, and you'd want to make sure that this unit is attached securely to the supporting framework of said chairs, at or near the center.
Date published: 2012-01-11