Cheap and capable chineese amp board?

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All the information is given in the product description. I don't mean to be rude but did you read the product description? I will paste it here in case you missed it.



you can use a good switching power supply adapter, laptop switching power supply, or rectified filter transformer power supply, you can also use rechargeable batteries, or vehicle power supply and so on. DC voltage 12-24 volts
 
Nevermind I got this 24 volt 1.8A cable lying around and wired it up. I hooked it up to my music player and seem to pound at less than half the volume. Yoinks. 🤣 Will came back and post pic after I hook the tactile sub to my chair. Probably by tonight or tomorrow. Thank for the help guys.
 

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Thank SL. Power supply is running cool so far. Amp is warm but not hot.
Here it is all done. Bass shaker and 100 watt amp hooked up to my Pioneer AVR in my room. Getting those wires to stay in was a pain. They came out every time. Finally got them tightly and secured. This amp and shaker is the right combo. It's on real tight on the chair, so no rattling or cracking noise. Doesn’t react to every sound only when it's called for and it ((hits hard)) when it needs to. Everyone should own one especially at night. Cool with music too. Right then some pics. Fun.
 

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Looks great al2. What part of the chair is the shaker attached to? it is hard to tell from the photos.



If you have a soldering iron, you can tin the bare wires (melt solder into them) and they will stay in the terminal blocks. I'm happy that you got it all figured out.
 
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