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New Buttkicker Wireless Kit

Discussion in 'Speakers' started by Parker Clack, Dec 18, 2008.

  1. Parker Clack

    Parker Clack Schizophrenic Man
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    [​IMG] Weight: 4.6lbs. / 2kgs.
    Power Output: 300 watts rms @ 4 ohms / 150 watts rms @ 2 ohms - 120V / 240V Convertible
    Frequency Response: 10-300Hz
    Input Sensitivity: 100mVolt

    Wireless Specifications:
    Frequency: 2.4 GHz ISM band, FHSS
    Usage: Worldwide
    Range: Approx. 30' (9m) in normal / home environment

    ButtKicker® Advance Specifications:
    Dimensions: 6.125" W x 4.875" L x 4.375" H
    Frequency Response: 5-200 Hz
    Weight: 4.5 lbs. / 2 kgs.
    Nominal Impedance: 4 Ohm, inductive
    Power Handling: 75 watt minimum / 400 watt maximum

    Right now they are available through Amazon with a fantastic price of only $299. If you interested in finding out more go to:

    ButtKicker® Kit - for Home Theater, Movies, Console Gaming and Music

    Buttkicker at Amazon
     
  2. Deluxecctv

    Deluxecctv Auditioning

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    You know, I have been very interested in these. What I want to know is are they worth the money if you already have a good subwoofer? I am assuming it responds and acts like a subwoofer, but it much better?
     
  3. Steve Conrad

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    I had a pair of buttkickers installed on my small Ikea couch many years ago. It was a great solution to bass in city apartment living situation. If you are a bass freak and you've got some $$$ to play with, give them a shot.

    To further answer your question, can you really have enough bass?

    I'll bet my SVS you'll get them hooked up and say: "Heh - this is cool!"
     
  4. Matt^Brown

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    I did not have Buttkickers but another brand of product that works in the same way. I loved it and found them to be great when playing video games with guns and explosions. I got rid of the last sectional I had them in and let the shakers go with the couch. I will be buying some more as soon as I get my new couch.
     
  5. lowcel

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    My sectional is five different sections, would I need a seperate kit for each section?
     
  6. Mariners

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    Thanks. The kit looks pretty good. [​IMG]
     
  7. sdp8

    sdp8 Auditioning

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    Do anyone know, whether or not all the amps are 120V / 240V Convertible? I live in Denmark, and need the 240v option.
     
  8. Brett DiMichele

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    The BKA300 amp that comes with the wireless kit, does indeed have a 120/240 volt switch. I can not speak for the other kits.
     
  9. sestamuch

    sestamuch Stunt Coordinator

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    Thanks for the tip.
     

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