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aura bass shaker setup (4)

post #1 of 14
Thread Starter 
I am new the forum and have questions on some setup.

I recently acquired some berkline seats that have four aura bass shakers. I did search on here but can't find a step by step on it.

My gear already setup is a new pioneer vsx-523, onkyo 5.1 speaker setup, 300w plate amplifier see pic.

My understanding is I need to split the sub channel out but what do I pull it into on the plate amp., how do I also wire the shakers so I don't destroy them to the amp? I see the amp has two wires out the back and also inputs marked on front (see pics). I also found this other diagram on here but that's using another rec. As the amp for the shakers. (See pic)

Thank you for the help looking to setup for presidents day movie marathon.

Jeff
post #2 of 14
You want the shakers in a "series parallel" configuration.

http://www.allaboutcircuits.com/vol_1/chpt_7/1.html

That should give you 4 ohms at the plate amp. That grouping then connects to the load side of the plate amp. You connect your split out put of the subwoofer receiver output to the plate amp input using a single RCA plug.

I assume your plate amp is a 4 ohm spec
post #3 of 14
Thread Starter 

THANK YOU!!

 

Sorry very new to this what is the load side the one with all the connections or the two wires out the back.  Also do I need one wire from the split from the receiver?  So one Y to sub then the other from the split to the amp? If so where to connect that or do I need Line in L & R?  So in other words two Y's?  Does the wiring in the handwritten pic in my post work?

post #4 of 14
You only need the RCA plug to go into the plug on the plate amp either the left or right input.

The red and black output wires of the plate amp normally is connected to the subwoofer. In your case the bass shakers are replacing
the subwoofer.

The diagram you provided would need two plate amps since they used the left and right receiver amps with each side seeing a series 8 ohm load
post #5 of 14
Thread Starter 

ok so use the wires coming out of the back of the amp for the - and + and leaving the connections on the front alone?  Does the shaker wiring look ok but plug into the wires on the back?  Sorry again very new.

post #6 of 14



Sorry about the poor sketch
post #7 of 14
The RCA gets plugged into the left IN on the plate amp
post #8 of 14
Thread Starter 

AWESOME!!  Thank you!!

 

One last question..Do In need to splice the wires together between S1 + to S3 - or can I just put two connections into the posts?

post #9 of 14
Poor sketch? You mean...you weren't trying to show that the AVR and the sub should connect to a box covering the head of a penis?

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post #10 of 14
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Originally Posted by eljaycanuck View Post

Poor sketch? You mean...you weren't trying to show that the AVR and the sub should connect to a box covering the head of a penis?

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So much for my artistic talents!

Two connections to the post will be fine
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post #12 of 14
Thread Starter 
Thank you!! Watched episode 1 and 2 of star wars this a.m.
post #13 of 14
Glad it worked out for you
post #14 of 14
Thread Starter 
Now I just have to play with settings on my rec. Seems like a little bit of delay with them. Maybe I am just not use to them.
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