Shaker amp question

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  1. Brian Osborne

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    Ok, I'm going to sound really stupid here. I am installing a floor shaker and need an amp. I did a Google for 'subwoofer amplifier remote' and came up with a company called parts express. they have a amp made for building your own sub box. I dont see any reason why I couldn't use this to power my shaker.
    I want to use something like this so I can control the shaker boost depending on the movie/music I'm listening to.
    My question... How, or would I want to bridge this to supply the shaker with the most wattage available? What would bridging do to the amp? if anything?
    I'm planning on useing Clark platinum
    http://www.clarksynthesis.com/images/hr_platinum.jpg
    and a link to the amp I found
    http://www.partsexpress.com/pe/pshow...=300-793&DID=7

    Please, tell me what I'm doing wrong before I do it...
     
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  3. Brian Osborne

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    Nice page. some really good info about shakers.
    Does anyone feel like educating me on bridging, power output, and maybe even suggestions on a different amp that would work good?
     

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