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Started by FredK, June 11, 2020, 05:24:07 AM
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Quote from: Mach7 on August 04, 2020, 06:17:49 AMI had a BUTTKICKER installed underneath my seat and liked the effect quite well...but some time ago there started to be a lot of interference with the audio system...basically all the audio tones, (engine noise, etc etc) were distorted until I unplugged the unit. I have changed out just about everything wire wise...but cannot solve the problem..the manufacturer does not seem to have a solution as well so I was forced to disconnect the unit.
Quote from: MistyBlue on August 21, 2020, 09:39:36 PMI'm still experimenting with my buttkicker setup (in combination with finding the right audio placement/balance). I'm currently using a single Buttkicker Mini LFE mounted directly to the seat bottom. While that works ok, I'm going to try adding another to the seat back to see if I can get a better effect.I have rubber isolators between the seat and floor so it doesn't get transmitted to the flight deck. Works quite well. I used to have the mini LFE's mounted directly to the base but as mentioned here it shakes your deck and rattles every loose screw and panel. The real thing rattles but not like that.I'm using CockpitSounds to create the various vibrations. It works fairly well, with its set of defined vibrations, but I feel like it's still lacking fidelity. Have to take a look at the BFF software.
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