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post #1 of 2 Old 11-10-2012, 01:37 PM - Thread Starter
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I've got 3 BKF4-4 transducers installed in 3 theater seats. Each transducer is mounted in exactly the same way and the 3 are wired to a BKA1000-N amp in series as described on their website. There is a noticeable difference in output between the three transducers, with the one farthest away from the amp the strongest, the center one a little bit less, and the one closest to the amp the weakest. I had wired the system with some old doubled 18 gauge wire, and went ahead this morning and rewired the system this morning using a heavier gauge wire (14 GA) but this had no effect. Anyone have any ideas?
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curious, did you ever figure this out? I have 3 buttkickers, and just noticed that one of them is not producing much movement.

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