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    Quote Originally Posted by Olijke Poffer View Post
    I don’t know what you mean with auto tune feature. But the SimHub has many options. I even can set things per car.
    On simvibe you can run a lap and record it and it will set the levels automatically. Not perfect but it works pretty well. You can set levels per car too with simvibe but I don't go that crazy. Just one more thing to screw with when you want to play. Id rather set it and forget it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrimeyDog View Post
    The Benefit of Running 3 of them is i can turn all of them down to 50% or less.... because the feel is layered i get Maximum tactile feel and No 1 unit works hard So each AMP and Buttkicker unit has longer life span....

    When I used 1 it used to get Hot... Now using 3 None of them get Hot because I can keep power level @ 50% and still have Maximum feel.
    Its too bad you use them for movies too. Its completely different experience with telemetry driving them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by morpwr View Post
    That's what I have. You can set each gain as a separate channel if you need to. If I remember right it wasn't real expensive either. I want to say like 200 dollars maybe.
    what is the model # i looked online but their are several of their 4 ch amps , thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by bporion View Post
    what is the model # i looked online but their are several of their 4 ch amps , thanks
    Ill have to pull it out and look. But it works great and more powerful then the BK amps if I remember correctly. Just make sure if you go that route that you get the correct plugs for the BKs. Its a commercial pa amp basically and uses commercial plugs. Of course I didn't figure this out until I got it. I found them locally at a music store but amazon has them too. The plugs are actually nice because they have screw terminals to hook the wires to.

    EPQ304 is the amp I got.
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    Quote Originally Posted by morpwr View Post
    On simvibe you can run a lap and record it and it will set the levels automatically. Not perfect but it works pretty well. You can set levels per car too with simvibe but I don't go that crazy. Just one more thing to screw with when you want to play. Id rather set it and forget it.
    That sounds nice indeed. As far as I know SimHub does not has a similar function but to be honest I did not have looked very deep. Just a few basic settings, like shift rumble, engine vibration, road feeling and curbs etc. I also did not went wild. Just a minor rumble. The one I like much is the rumble when braking hard.
    All in all a nice feature to have but I donít think I will buy another 3 to make it complete. I would love to but first a DD wheel. Once I have one and Iím still young enough to be able to simrace. (Lol) I will look into the possibilities of adding more buttkickers..
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    Quote Originally Posted by morpwr View Post
    Ill have to pull it out and look. But it works great and more powerful then the BK amps if I remember correctly. Just make sure if you go that route that you get the correct plugs for the BKs. Its a commercial pa amp basically and uses commercial plugs. Of course I didn't figure this out until I got it. I found them locally at a music store but amazon has them too. The plugs are actually nice because they have screw terminals to hook the wires to.

    EPQ304 is the amp I got.
    Not to expensive,
    https://m.thomann.de/nl/behringer_epq_304_europower.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Olijke Poffer View Post
    Yeah it wasn't bad and works really well. You can use one channel if you wanted and add more bks as you go. I wanted something that would power all 4 in one unit. 4 amps to run just the BKs takes up too much space plus they are way over priced.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Olijke Poffer View Post
    That sounds nice indeed. As far as I know SimHub does not has a similar function but to be honest I did not have looked very deep. Just a few basic settings, like shift rumble, engine vibration, road feeling and curbs etc. I also did not went wild. Just a minor rumble. The one I like much is the rumble when braking hard.
    All in all a nice feature to have but I don’t think I will buy another 3 to make it complete. I would love to but first a DD wheel. Once I have one and I’m still young enough to be able to simrace. (Lol) I will look into the possibilities of adding more buttkickers..
    Id definitely get the DD over the BKs. But Simvibe along with 4 BKs does add quite a bit. Its much more then just a vibration.
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    Quote Originally Posted by morpwr View Post
    Ill have to pull it out and look. But it works great and more powerful then the BK amps if I remember correctly. Just make sure if you go that route that you get the correct plugs for the BKs. Its a commercial pa amp basically and uses commercial plugs. Of course I didn't figure this out until I got it. I found them locally at a music store but amazon has them too. The plugs are actually nice because they have screw terminals to hook the wires to.

    EPQ304 is the amp I got.
    could you share your connections for the amp and all , i had a hard time getting Simhub to work my connections are now : speakers to sony amp , from amp multi ch input to soundcard , Buttckiker to headphone jack in front panel of my pc case ( headphones hight definition audio device default communication device ) i still dont understand why this is the only way Simhub works for me . sorry for all the questions
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    What's better?
    - 2 ohm transducers (with appropriate amp that can supply 2ohm)
    - or 4 ohm transducers?

    I see Buttkicker has some of each, and I'm not sure which would be better? I assume 2 ohm???
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