Integrating a home cinema with Clark Synthesis transducer

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  1. JohnBurnett

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    Good evening everyone,

    Be gentle, first time poster here!

    I am buying home theater seating from a company in Kent that also supply Clark Synthesis tactile transducers to go with the seating.

    However when I was speaking with the lady I asked the question of what is needed to power the transducers and she said that I need an amp but was unsure on whether my amp would suffice as the sub is not powered.

    I am using an LG 5.1 system that uses propriety connections for the speakers (could be spliced if needed) left and right in (analogue) usb, 1 x hdmi out and 2 X hdmi in.

    I am hoping to use this with TV, Sky HD box, Xbox One and an Andoid box.

    Does anyone have an suggestions on how this can be configured using my existing hardware?

    I would ideally like to have the transducers react to the bass frequency as opposed to left and right as this is how they are meant to be used.

    I would also if possible like to use two or four transducers if possible.

    Any information / advice would be much appreciated.

    Many thanks,

    John
     

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