Mount the shakers to a piece of plain pine that you need to secure underneath
the Berkline recliner(s) frame as close to your butt as possible. Others will argue you
need hardwood, but mine have been great with just 1" x 6" pine. Don't attack with
tie wraps to springs, the springs absorb all the vibrations.
Don't mount them directly underneath you butt....but a little further back. This
way you will get vibrations from the whole recliner, bottom, back, and sides.
You will also think you have a new sub.
Shakers are a lot of fun, it's people that don't use them, who knock them,
have no experience with them.
I resonantly bought Seat Craft recliners, so I have to install for a third time.
I really miss them. Auto recline and all, there's a lot of stuff in the way as
far as mounting a board, and securing the auras. My other home theater recliners
were much easier, and before that I had them mounted to a seven foot couch.
Never a problem in 5 or 6 years.
Wire them in a series/parallel connection as per the fifth diagram down on
It is labeled series/parallel connection.
This type of connection will make it easier on your amp due the the low
ohms of the shakers.