Join Date: Feb 2007
Location: down by the river in a van in kalifornia
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Not to interrupt the conversation between you and fitbrit, but yes an mfw amp
would work. Just run a sub line out from your existing sub (y-splitter) into the
input of the mfw. Wire the speaker leads from the mfw to the shaker.
Adjust the level of the amp to match the shaker.
I strongly suggest you buy another aura shaker, one is pretty weak at a single sitting
position. Mount the shaker(s) one closer to the front of the seat, and one towards
the rear. Do not attach the shaker to springs or such in the chair/recliner, as that will
really cut down on the vibration.
I have 4 auras wired in series/parallel, two under each home theater recliner.
Powered by a Parts Express 240w amp, they have worked great for 4 years,
Good luck, vardo