I currently live in a shared apartment (thin walls), so my only real option for enjoying the sound of gunfire/explosions/tanks rumbling by, is through headphones. While an okay set of headphones isn't half bad, they still lack some of that "Oomph" that comes from a nice sub.
That being said, tactile transducers have caught my interest to help make up for where headphones fall a little short. The transducer would be mounted onto a single home theater recliner. Would either of these transducers (The Buttkicker Advance or Clark TST239 Silver) be better than the other for the primary purpose of enhancing gunfire/explosions/and other war type sounds?
Think I read in one of the threads that vibration aside, the Clark is more audible sound wise, like a muffled speaker? Is that true? If so, how loud does that get? Would it be comparable to how with an "open style" headphone people around you can hear what you're listening to even if you're only listening at moderate levels?