I'm changing up my tactile transducer setup and need help with wiring. I originally had two AuraSound AST-2B-4 (50 W, 4 ohm) shakers wired in parallel to this amp
, a class D 100 watt RMS sub amp (whose output is likely much lower in reality). My wife and I absolutely love the feel of them and would recommend them to anyone.
Unfortunately, because the way my wife's seat is motorized in our leather sectional, she loses about 25% of the capacity to recline her chair due to the size of the Aurasound puck and wants to switch it out for a smaller shaker that will allow the chair to fully recline (I tried every possible placement option, this was the best it got). Within my budget and the physical limitations of the chair, I settled on using two of these
, each rated at 25 watts/8 ohms. I recognize that they will obviously be crappy relative to the AuraSound shakers, but gotta keep the missus happy and this is what she'd prefer.
Using the same amp, can I safely run all 4? And if so, how should I wire them? I'm a 4th year med student and it's been years since I've had to learn circuit diagrams. While I can still follow and read them, I no longer know/understand the math well enough to trust myself to do it on my own. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!