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post #1 of 3 Old 06-12-2012, 09:15 PM - Thread Starter
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I have my 7 new tactile transducers (buttkicker minis). I need to choose my amp(s) to drive these. Some amps have variable cutoffs and others don't. How is everyone filtering out the high frequency signal to their shakers? What are the pros/cons of each of these approaches?
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I just split the sub out on my onkyo and ran that to my amp

been working for awhile and still to shy to post my own build thread
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I am using a Butt Kicker amp to power a Crowson Transducer. So I can get an pure, unfiltered signal from the start, I had mine connected to the analog outputs of my OPPO 83. Then just do some bass management in there(OPPO), then set the level and crossover on my Butt Kicker amp, and I am good to go. If you have more, specific questions on how it was done, I suggest you contact Craig John on this forum. He is the one who set everything up for me.

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