Bass Shakers...

Discussion in 'Speakers & Subwoofers' started by AVspec, Jun 13, 2003.

  1. AVspec

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    I have been using tactile transducers in my system for at least 5 years. My first TT arrangement was an array of 8 RBH FX80 units. (ultra high performance Aura's). I used these for over a year and then upgradded to a pair of Clark Synthesis 329F's. A year later I stepped up to their Platinum model when they made ther debut. For over 2 years I have been using a pair of original Buttkickers.

    I have no experience with the BK2. It is smaller and more efficient then it's predecessor and is suppose to perform as well.

    No other manufactures tactile transducer can compete with the BK. When it comes to low frequency extension and output the BK has no peers.

    John
     
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    I'm trying to decide between 8 Aura bass shakers vs 4 Aura pro bass shakers.

    The Butt kickers are quality and would be great, but they are costly and I havn't found a cheap reseller.
     
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    My buddy has the BK2's and said he liked the original BK's better!

    I agree Chris, I looked all over and can not find BK's at a reasonable price anywere so I also will be going with the Aura Pros.
     

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