Ummm.... I don't own any butt-kicker units yet. Probably how I worded it previously. But I was saying that I DON'T need to buy tactile transducers for the back row of seats. My room is wired up so that I have the capability of adding transducer units to both rows of seats if I ever wanted to.SAVINGSTAR wrote: ↑Jul 27th, 2018 11:28 amDon't sell those buttkickers without talking to me first.
I have been thinking about needing them in my theatre because I only got 1 subwoofer for my theatre, but I am planning on putting the sub nearfield so I might not need buttkickers but if nearfield doesn't pan out I will be wanting to do buttkickers so I would be happy to take them off your hands if it comes to that.
If I were to buy/install tactile transducers in the future, it would be for the 3 front row seats only.
In other news.... I watched "Ready Player One" last night... that scene near the end where boss of IOI uses that capsule to explode/kill everybody in the oasis and reset the score. The bass and tactile response in the theater was absolutely BOOOOOMING. I was only running the system at -35 too and the gain on the subwoofer amp turned up half-way. My wife was with me watching it and even she was impressed!! Easily my most favourite movie to watch in terms of object based surround sound (better than Pacific Rim Uprising)... the movement of sound throughout the entire movie was non-stop.
Gah.... I need to build and install my Atmos speakers ASAP.
After she went to bed, I watched first 30 minutes of "Saving Private Ryan". Despite it not being filmed in cinemascope (so I had the black bars on the sides of my 2.35:1 screen), the soundtrack is truly impressive. I certainly never experienced/appreciated this movie like this in the past. As they stormed the beach, your body literally gets assaulted with the sound of bullets and explosives all around you.
Ugh, so many great movies to watch, so little time.