I have an old Polk PSW10 subwoofer that I replaced with a Hsu VTF-3 MK4. I was thinking about installing an Aura Bass Shaker in my seat to give me a little more vibration on the low stuff.
My PSW10 is just collectjng dust at this point, and I noticed that it says it has a 50w continuous / 100w peak amp. Can I just take the amo out of the sub, screw it into a piece of wood, and use it to power an Aura Bass Shaker?
Plate amps might provide a better deal as long as you have a safe enclosure to put them in (ideally spacious, and vented).
Some of the Dayton plate amps have their own enclosure, but i've never bought one so I don't know if they are safe to operate outside of a sub box.
Can I just take the amp out of the sub, screw it into a piece of wood, and use it to power an Aura Bass Shaker?
I did this with a sofa and the plate amp fit under the arm like it was made for it...I used it to power two Aura bass shakers. I would give it a try...you can always put it back in the sub and sell it to help fund an upgraded amp or bass shaker.