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    Bass Shaker Driver for JeeHell FMGS

    Good morning,

    at the moment I am driving my bass shaker with a normal Y-Cable picking up the Main Sounds from the Engine. But as there is no low-pass filter I even hear other sound coming from my butt and in addition "runway bumping sounds" would be hearable in the front speakers as well. Short to say - a nice solution - but not the best.

    Did anyone tested the BFF Bass Shaker Driver Card with JeeHell?
    http://bffsimulation.com/BFF_Shaker_Driver.php

    Looks like there is a profile "Airliner" but I have read nothing who is using it with JeeHell. Anyone of you?

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    Re: Bass Shaker Driver for JeeHell FMGS

    Hi Peter,

    no experience with that.
    Don't understand, why a simple amplifier after the y cable wouldn't help to filter the high frequenies?

    I do have no other sounds out of my bass shakers.with that. It's only passing on the low frequency.

    Michael

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    Re: Bass Shaker Driver for JeeHell FMGS

    Quote Originally Posted by capt_pero View Post
    Good morning,

    ...I even hear other sound coming from my butt...
    well, this can happen sometimes, itīs just bio!

    As I understood from Jean-Luc that Jeehell has nothing to do with the engine and environmental sounds of the SIM. This comes all from the soundengine of the SIM itself.
    I wonder that you canīt set up this in your soundcard settings which is dedicated to play the SIM sounds?? The soundcard itself should do the job of amplifying and surrounding the right signals to the related speaker if itīs a 2.1, 5.1 or 7.1 surround card or even THX. A bass- or buttshaker is just another Sub-Woofer isnīt it.

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    Re: Bass Shaker Driver for JeeHell FMGS

    You may one to try specific software which is linked into the aircraft model and weather -

    I heard SimSounds works pretty well, although I haven't tried it myself

    https://www.simsounds.de/

    It functions via FSUIPC.
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