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Bass Shaker/ Transducer

  • 6 August 2017
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Hi,
I want to attach a bass shaker (https://www.buttkickergear.com/Wireless_or a ButtKicker_kit_BKA300_p/bk-kit-4.htm) or a motion transducer (http://www.crowsontech.com/go/crowsontech/3450/en-US/DesktopDefault.aspx?Alias=crowsontech&TabID=3450&lang=en-us) to my home theatre seats.
Currently my home theatre setup consist of playbar, sub and 2 play 1's. The playbar is connected to the optical out of a Oppo BDP 103.
Since the sub does not have an in/out port, I was wondering if I could directly connect the bass shaker to the tsub woofer out of the Oppo or do I need to purchase a connect amp for this purpose.
Thank you in advance for any clues/ advise.
Cheers,
Sandeep

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I’ve been looking into this type of setup as well. It’s understandable for Sonos not supporting products that aren’t their own. But I’m sure it’s possible regardless. Maybe if you used a Sonos connect with something like this: http://soundshaker.com/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI8r3Isf-M2AIVy7fACh0_mQX5EAAYASAAEgL5pfD_BwE
Let us know if found anything else. And Good Luck!
Mile P so what is the recommended approach that would be supported by Sonos? I currently have Play bar, Play 5, Sub and 3 play One's. I am would like to put bass transducers under my theater seating as well.
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Hello sandeepsebastin, while that might be able to connect to the sub output on a CONNECT:AMP, it's not really something that's supported. We can't guarantee that this would work properly for you.