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    Quote Originally Posted by poirqc View Post
    What the big difference between the Gamer2 and Simulation kit? In either case, I think I'd need simvide anyway? But beside that?

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    I play with 1 Buttkicker playing Left White RCA Jack) the other Playing Right (Red RCA Jack) and its Great!!!! 1 dont feel i Need Sim Vibe.... Some Games are better than others so it Depending on Game R3E vs Pcars2 R3E wins the buttkicker feel is thunderouse and you can clearly feel difference between right and left side bumps, Impacts and you are very aware of whats going on.... Not to say Sim Vib is Not Better but as it is i dont feel i Need it the way it is is enough for Me.
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    I use the Jetseat for haptic feedback. Works great, and just to plug into the usb on the pc and run the SimshakerWheels software.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pisan777 View Post
    Any way you can snap a pic
    right now I am redoing my sim rig and everything is in boxes , sorry .
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    The simulation kit seems to be more powerful and versital
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    Thanks for the discount Pisan777!

    I just pulled the plug on a Simulation kit. We'll see how it goes!
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    Transducers, whether Buttkickers or others, are a great way to add more immersion to your sim experience. Once you start using them, you won't want to sim race without them. I have one on the front of my rig and one in the rear. I use SimVibe to send different physics signals to each.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mahjik View Post
    Transducers, whether Buttkickers or others, are a great way to add more immersion to your sim experience. Once you start using them, you won't want to sim race without them. I have one on the front of my rig and one in the rear. I use SimVibe to send different physics signals to each.
    I'll probably buy Simvibe after my initial setup. What signal combination would you suggest using with a single transducer setup?

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    Quote Originally Posted by poirqc View Post
    I'll probably buy Simvibe after my initial setup. What signal combination would you suggest using with a single transducer setup?

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    Without SimVibe, it just runs off low frequency sounds. Unfortunately, I haven't run without SimVibe in many years. The amp is pretty easy to tune so just play around with it when you get it. The downside of using sound is that the experience will differ between cars.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mahjik View Post
    Without SimVibe, it just runs off low frequency sounds. Unfortunately, I haven't run without SimVibe in many years. The amp is pretty easy to tune so just play around with it when you get it. The downside of using sound is that the experience will differ between cars.
    I see on their page you need to plug the buttkiker into another soundcard so you need 2 ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bporion View Post
    I see on their page you need to plug the buttkiker into another soundcard so you need 2 ?
    If you are going to use SimVibe, they recommend a dedicated sound card. If you have a multi-channel card, you can split the channels (i.e. using 5.1 for sound and the other two for SimVibe) but it's not recommended. If not using SimVibe, you just use a y-splitter on your sound output (whether speakers or headphones).
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