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Correctly wiring amps and shakers for Front and Rear Effects

Michael R Peters

Hi all!

I'm currently running a pair of aura shakers with SimVibe and they work great!  I've got all of the effects going through them right now and the amps are plugged in to the "front" channel port on my sound card. 

I remembered I have some of the little Dayton TT25 pucks I was thinking about adding behind my brake pedal for simulating brake lock up and wondered how I should properly wire these so the brake lock effect only plays through those pucks. 

Should I move the Aura's to the "rear" port on my sound card, and put the Dayton Puck and amp on the front port? 

Can everything run through the front port, and get played properly on the right portion of the chassis?

Thanks in advance for any advice you all may have!


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