Earthquake’s racing simulator seat vibration kits, with patented 3D Motion™ technology, have massive percussion power shakers that bring user immersion to a new level.
With vibration energy far beyond any consumer shaker, the racing enthusiast will experience unprecedented tactile response.
Tactile transducers are an explosive way to generate massive amounts of vibration, which brings you right into the racing world. Installation of an Earthquake tactile device on your sim-racing chair will give you an incredible interactive experience.
How exactly does a tactile transducer work?
A tactile transducer or "bass shaker" is a device constructed according to the principle that subsonic bass frequencies can be felt as well as they can be heard. A tactile transducer transmits the low frequency vibrations into the object it is mounted to. A tactile transducer will usually be mounted on a simulator / chair, vibrations are transferred from there to the body. This is tactile sound. Tactile transducers can supplement and sometimes replace traditional subwoofers. In situations where the environment dictates using headphones, a tactile transducer can provide the bass and impact, free of nuisance to the surroundings.
Having only one moving part and encased in a large aluminum heatsink makes this transducer extremely reliable. Its compact size means it fits where others can't.
This racing simulator seat vibration kit pairs the transducer with a 300-watt Class J amplifier specifically designed to power this transducer. The amplifier is powerful enough to handle two of these transducers in 2-channel mode for the ultimate in bi-tactile effects.