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Clark Synthesis TST429 Platinum Transducer (Discontinued by Manufacturer)


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  • Designed to provide the best possible sensory experience
  • Developed for military simulation, the device makes explosions, gunshots, and any other bass impacts feel real
  • Enhanced neodymium magnetic structure provides twice the output of even the Gold series


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Product Specifications

Brand NameClark Synthesis
Speaker TypeSurround
Peak Power Handling - Speakers135 watts
RMS Power Range - Amplifiers135

Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Clark Synthesis
  • Model: 8248P
  • Speaker Type: Surround
  • Speakers Maximum Output Power: 135 Watts
  • Speaker Connectivity: Wired

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 5.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5.2 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0002Z8CHQ
  • Item model number: 8248P
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 13, 2005

Product Description

The Platinum is the most powerful tactile transducer available in the market today. Extended low frequency response and even greater fidelity give this unit added versatility and realism.

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By mbw on May 12, 2007
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This is one of those products that you are either crazy about or just couldn't care less about. I recommend this product for Any kind of audio or A/V application. With the correct amp this product adds a dimension to the enjoyment of music you don't even know is missing until you turn it off.

No denying it is expensive especially when you consider you still have to buy an amplifier. However, I have tried other tactile transducers, notably the Buttkicker LFE, that costs much less, and there really is no comparison. Please note, this is a review of the Clark Synthesis Platinum, their most powerful tactile transducer. The effect produced by the Clark Platinum unit is immense. It's akin to pulling the switch on a low RPM power drill only to find that you have more torque than you need, Lots more! The Buttkicker unit never approached the output of the Clark Platinum and under the same levels of amplification tended to bottom out. Furthermore, I have had 4 Clark Platinum units in use for over 3 years now, (one of them over 5 years), without a single problem. The Buttkicker eventually gave up the ghost; after two years of use there was finally no dicernable output from the unit, at amplification levels that had the Clark Platinum units practically bouncing the couch off the floor, (which I suppose should happen if a T-Rex walked into your multi-media room/theater). In defense of the Buttkicker company, they make what might be the best tactile tranducer amplifier around. The amp is comparitively inexpensive, has Lots of power, and the added versatility of user controllable frequency response filters. I have two Buttkicker amps powering two Clark Platinums (wired in parallel) each with the gain control set at a notch below half power.
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