What Movies show off The ButtKicker the best???

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by lissie, Sep 5, 2001.

  1. lissie

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    OK ..I got The ButtKicker today. What should my first Movie be????????Thanks
     
  2. John H

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    Congratulations!
    Just a couple of suggestions.
    Saving Private Ryan
    The Haunting
    The Pod Race in Episode 1 Phantom Menance if you have the import LD. If not wait until 10/16
    John
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  3. Gruson

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    Just curious, I have some bass shakers installed in my couch and I love them.
    How much better is the buttkicker compared to bass shakers?
    Thanks guys,
    JW
     
  4. John H

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    quote: How much better is the buttkicker compared to bass shakers?[/quote]
    It is like comparing apples to oranges. There is no comparison.
    I have been using tactile transducers in my sytem for several years.
    My first installation was an array of 8 RBH FX80's (Ultra high performance Aura units)
    I replaced the entire array with a pair of Clark 329F's. A year later I upgraded to a pair of Platinum models when they made their debut.
    The Clark's are exceptional units and supply a large performance improvement.
    At that time I installed a pair of Buttkickers.
    When it come to low frequency extension and output the Buttkicker has no peers.
    It is the king of tactile transducers.
    Unfortunately the Clarks and BK's share the same throne when it comes to price.
    John
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    [Edited last by John H on September 06, 2001 at 11:47 AM]
     

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