The rear row of four seats, are fitted with seat rumblers. I am now powering all four with an Anthem MCA 2. It produces 200 watts, stereo. Two seats combine together to make a single connection. Two for the left, two for the right.
I then take the 2nd subwoofer output from the Anthem AVM50, and "Y" split it to both inputs on the amp. Providing the same low frequency output to both left and right channels, and all four chairs.
I have placed the Anthem MCA 2 at the back of the room, so shorter runs of speaker wire would go to the chairs. The Amp that is now powering the chairs (MCA 2), is on a 12v trigger.
All four of the seats in the rear row are powered by seat rumblers. The front two do not have any effects.
I like that the Amp rests on the short stand; and is connected by a 40ft 12v trigger.
I like the stand the Amp rests on, because it adds to visual effect of the room. I think it looks cool!
I power the chairs with a seperate connection back to the Processor, I no longer need to do so by daisy chaining from the two subs. I have found the subs have more life again.Edited by zuluwalker - 7/18/12 at 8:26pm