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DIY Bass Shaker
#407270 09/17/14 04:44 AM
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I just did this, here.

Using only old parts, spent about a buck on some new bolts. Considering that I am calling it a success. Thought I'd share in case others were interested. I only recently found out how easy it is to make em.




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INANE #407276 09/17/14 11:45 AM
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Interesting. Is that center bolt reaching all the way down to touch the voice coil? How is it best attached to the floor, couch etc?

I demand to know more without having to Google myself even if that would have been faster and less typing.


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INANE #407277 09/17/14 01:06 PM
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LOL the first link I posted was to a YouTube video walking you thru the process. But basically you just cut the cone out leaving the dust cap. Push it in, mix some epoxy in it, rest a bolt in the epoxy. Place a flexible brace across the top with the bolt thru the middle then attach that bolt to your chair somehow. Most of the process was really simple, I spent the most time trying to fit the bass shakers under my chair.

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INANE #407280 09/17/14 03:38 PM
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I just use a pair of EP-800s, ha!

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INANE #407281 09/17/14 04:09 PM
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Ha thanks Ben. I stared at the pic so long that I didn't see the links.


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INANE #407686 10/18/14 03:58 PM
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Interesting. Thanks for posting, Ben.

I guess the key is too find a cheap/used driver to make it worthwhile.


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INANE #407721 10/21/14 02:56 AM
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Once I get motivated again I plan to do this to all of my HT seats.


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