Project SimVibe Buttkicker (video by Barnacules Nerdgasm) Part 1.
Gadget junkie Jerry “Barnacules Nerdgasm” already posted a video where we could see he was fabricating brackets with his 3D Printer with the aim of using the plastic version to test how he could fit the five 250 watt Buttkicker Mini LFE audio transducers to his Obutto R3volution racing cockpit.
Now Jerry continues his quest. The first generation of brackets he created didn’t work out too well. In this video Jerry shows us the solid designed set of brackets. A machine shop has offered to take these plastic models and fabricate the final metal versions. In the upcoming Part 2 of this video Jerry will turn some laps with the SimXperience SimVibe software feeding different effects to each transducer.
SimXperience SE Edition of Mini ButtKicker LFE – $95 each.
- Improved ButtKicker internals are optimized for SimVibe
- Improved Response and Detail
- Reduced Transducer Noise
- Frequency Response – 10Hz – 250Hz
- 50 Watt Minimum
- 150 Watt Maximum when used with SimVibe which produces a crisper, harder hitting signal than traditional audio
- 250 Watt Maximum when used with a traditional audio signal
- Impediance – 4 Ohms
- Weight – 2.2 lbs
- Height – 3″
- Width – 4.75″
- Length – 4.75″
- Uses standard ButtKicker Mini LFE casing and mounting dimensions
- Mounts to SimXperience Stage Series motion simulators via optiona MOUNTING PLATES
For more info about the SimXperience check out the product page.
|Official Webpage – https://simxperience.com/|