I've really enjoyed reading this thread. A year or so ago I installed my first transducers (Aura Pros) in my theater, and they're still a crowd-pleaser to this day. I have 4 of them -- 2 mounted to my 2 Berkline 088's in the front row, and 2 mounted to the frame of my futon on a riser in the 2nd row.
Recently I was bitten with the upgrade bug (again). We're all familiar with this feeling, so I don't need to explain it.
So I bought 4 genuine movie-theater chairs to replace my Berk's in the front row. I also bought 2 Clark TST239-Silver transducers. My goal now is to find the best application of my transducers in all my theater seats.
At the moment I'm leaning towards the following:
(*) Aura Pros mounted to the lower-back of each movie-theater chair. These seats will be attached to some manner of platform -- probably a couple parallel pieces of 2x12 wood, sitting on a rug on the basement floor.
(*) The 2 Clark transducers mounted to a piece of plywood spanning the width of the futon, attached underneath, directly below the seating position.
My only concern with this setup is in trying to figure out how to attach the Auras to the theater chairs up front. I believe the backs of the chairs are a laminate material, and there might not be an easy way to attach the Auras securely to each chair. In that case, I might have to instead attach the Auras (or Clarks) to the platform which the seats are screwed into, and attempt to shake *the whole row* instead of the individual seats.
Any comments, suggestions, and/or pearls of wisdom for me to consider?