I also agree! dual large Bk's with a NX3000D is the path forward. I did vary slightly and went with a BK "Advance" at the pedal, and then the LFE at the seat. I think I'm OK, but we will see.
Then add in those Exciters, and small chip amps! How many of you are going to add these? I think it is almost time to start a separate thread for those with exciters AND dual BK's so we can dive deeper into effect /profile creation. Not sure if that would better be placed here, or on the Simhub discord? Mr. Latte?
I'm amazed how far behind the times some of the Youtubers are. In recent videos, they are still recommending 4 transducer chassis mode as top of the line. They need to research a little more!
Sensor 20-pack arrived from Amazon 3 days after ordering; ~ 10mm diameter:share what you find
Eventually, but monitoring soundcard out on one channel and mic in on anotherSo I am assuming you will try to compare frequencies being generated from the soundcard to then compare that to what the piezo pick up from a surface or object?
Yes, if it fits behind my G29 pedal, it should do on most others..I´m very interested in your findings, this dayton thruster would fit well behind my brake pedal.
On the contrary, I expect it capable of more ABS vibe than in my BMW track cars,It will probably not be able to make the "pedal dance" like real life ABS does with the brake pedal but could provide good feedback.
Hey guys, I'm planning to use 6x Dayton BST-1s to my aluminium extrusion cockpit... I have seen a few guys use these or similar amps to run them (Don't need an additional sound card with these through USB either) https://www.amazon.com.au/gp/product/B08G4YB5VP/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=A1FU2BVG2P07N5&psc=1
I'm wondering if anyone can recommend that, or any other amps for preferably no more than $100 AUD for 2 channels at 100w each?
I've also found this too - https://djcity.com.au/product/skytec-spl300-power-amp/
Edit - There is also this option too that seems good. https://djcity.com.au/product/behringer-epq304-power-amp/
So I connected up the NX1000D today, with the corrects plugs and stuff. I cannot get any signal to the Earthquake unit, at all. I've checked the SpeakOn plug is wired correctly, +1 and -1 are connected to negative and positive. I have the XLR adapters to convert the RCA plugs into the amp. I've played with the Dual, Stereo, etc options in the settings. I don't get anything at all.
Wire it back up to one of my SMSL amps, works fine.
So I'm thinking, I already do not like this amp as it is. It's MASSIVE, makes a **** tonne of noise, and I am only using it for one unit, which in itself isn't as powerful as I first was led to believe. I was actually going to buy the big BK LFE model until some comments in tactile threads convinced me that this was the best way to go. Since I now have a spare 2 channel 160W SMSL lying around, I am thinking I just use that to power the single unit and get rid of this NX1000D, either sell it or try and return it. I have no interest in the DSP functions as Simhub does all of that and I am NOT messing with audio + Simhub tactile as that was already a fruitless experiment, twice.
So, thoughts on why this amp is not giving me any signal at all? Also, I have bridged the Earthquake connection on the SMSL amp. I read somewhere that the amp is bridgeable but I am not completely certain on that. It works, but it gives signal on both channels when testing in Simhub, is that normal? I've only ever really bridged sub woofers on car audio setups and that was a WHILE ago so I am out of the loop with this stuff.
Thanks for any thoughts in advance.
I have no interest in the DSP functions as Simhub does all of that
I didn't give advice, of any kind, to anyone.
I have 6 exciters / pucks I have taken off my rig just yesterday and am about to put them on ebay. I see that the listing you linked is au, are you in Australia? If so, and you want an exciter setup, I can pack these up for you and do a deal with you. Might save you a few bucks and save me having to sell them off one or two at a time.
I have an amp too, but it's only a 2 channel amp. Probably better off buying that 4 channel amp and grabbing 4 of the 40W DAEX32EP-4 I have here, which are the better option for exciters in my and I think Mr Latte's opinion as well. I've got a couple of the 20W variety as well, they are not exactly the same but they helped round out my seat. 2 top back, 2 lower back, 2 sides.