Powering Bass Shakers

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  1. Michael Gdwn

    Michael Gdwn Agent

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    How would I power 2 bass shakers with a bass plate amp? And does anyone know of a cheaper way to power 2 50 watt bass shakers that buying the Partsexpress.com 120 watt plate amp? Thanks

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    I use the parts express bass plate amp for mine. Works great, very easy to set-up. Get lots of compliments! [​IMG]
     
  3. Mike Gl

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    I purchased a used receiver on Ebay to power my bass shakers. The cost was less than $40 and I avoided shipping costs by purchasing one within driving distance. The receiver was rated at 55 watts per channel and had a rumble filter that rolled off frequencies below 20 hz. It worked fine for this application.

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