Quick question..does anybody remember someone mentioning being able to put a resistor in line with the + terminal on the shaker to filter out higher frequencies? I know about the f-mods, but obviously a resistor would be MUCH cheaper considering it seems i got to but the f-mod thru the net..vs ratshack.
I don't remember someone mentioning a resistor but I think I'm going to buy one of the Low Pass FMOD's. It seems like the shakers are shaking for more than they should. I just got this project finished so I definitely have some tweaking to do.
Also, someone mentioned that they do not, or cannot, produce sound. Not true. When I completed the installation I inadvertently left the old pro logic receiver set to Tuner and I heard static coming from underneath my sofa. It was static because that receiver does not have an antenna connected nor does it have any speakers connected since its sole purpose is to power shakers. My sub wasn't connected to the Y splitter either, not yet anyway.