ButtKicker Gamer2

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The ButtKicker Gamer2 adds instant immersion to any game. Unlike a subwoofer that moves air (and loses accuracy and force) ButtKicker products move actual mass producing a haptic immersion that's powerful and accurate.

The ButtKicker Gamer2 adds instant immersion to any game. Unlike a subwoofer that moves air (and loses accuracy and force) ButtKicker products move actual mass producing a haptic immersion that's powerful and accurate.

Feel the low end without making the room loud. Turn down or turn off your subwoofer and still feel all the bass you want. Experience powerful bass even while using headphones or a gaming headset.The ButtKicker Gamer easily attaches to standard center post chairs.

Haptic (felt) feedback is a must have for shooters. The ButtKicker Gamer2 lets you feel incoming fire, pinpoint other players even while your squadmates are talking. It's a game changing tactical advantage. For sim racers the Gamer2 adds the missing driver to car connection, bringing more realism and immersion to your sessions.

Connection is simple to any PC or gaming console and because the Gamer2 is audio (bass) driven it works natively with all content. The Gamer2 Easy-Clamp mount allows mounting to any post up to 1.4" in diameter, including square posts often found on sim racing cockpits and rigs. And, many sim racing rig manufacturers offer custom mounting brackets for the Gamer2. No matter if you use Obutto, Playseat, rSeat, or another brand the Gamer2 is a must have addition.


All new ButtKicker Power Amplifier BKA-130-C. This rock-solid amp cranks 90Watts of power into your seat. It’s convection-cooled with vents so there’s no noisy fan. Also comes with a wired remote control so you can stash the amp out of sight and still operate its core features.

Learn more about the BKA-130-C digital amplifier.

Includes all the wires you need to use it with your PC or game console.

Easy-Clamp™ mechanism lets you easily attach it to your chair or sim rig.

Package Contents

Everything you need to attach the ButtKicker Gamer to your computer is included!

  • ButtKicker Gamer with Easy Clamp™ attachment mechanism
  • ButtKicker Power Amplifier BKA-130-C (120V Only)
  • 13.5' cable with quick release connecting ButtKicker Gamer to the Amplifier
  • RCA and mini "Y" adapters
  • 5' RCA to RCA cable and 5' RCA to mini cable
  • Two Velcro® cable holders


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Product Specifications

Package Dimensions: 15” L x 11 ” W x 15" H
Weight: 12 lbs.
Warranty: 1 year limited warranty

Power Amplifier BKA-130-C

Dimensions: 9.5" L x 7.5" W x 2.76 "H
Weight: 7 lbs.
Power Output: 90 watts @ 2 ohms
Frequency Response: 10-300Hz

ButtKicker® Gamer transducer

Dimensions: 6.125" W x 4.875" L x 4.375" H
Frequency Response: 5-200 Hz
Weight: 4.5 lbs. / 2 kgs.
Piston Weight 6 oz.
Nominal Impedance: 2 Ohm
Power Handling: 75 watt min. / 250 watt max.

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  • 5
    Buttkicker Gamer2

    Posted by Alex on Sep 5th 2018

    I love this thing. I found it by chance when I was researching subwoofers and someone mentioned it. I was super skeptical, but for $150, I can take the risk. I'll keep it short. It works well, at low levels works great and doesn't produce much noise. It adds a whole new dimension of immersion to music, gaming, and movies/shows. It's not a necessary addition to your system, but it sure is a fun one!

  • 5
    Amazing Product

    Posted by ishtiaque shahrier on Jul 17th 2018

    I bought it 2 weeks ago. And I am totally satisfied! The installation is simple and straightforward and the output of the product is just phenomenon ! I mean it will make difference and once you have it you would not want to play games without turning it on!!


  • 5
    A rumbling good time!

    Posted by Brantley Roden on Jun 29th 2018

    The perfect enhancement to games and music...a great product.

  • 5
    Buttkicker Gamer 2

    Posted by Unknown on May 29th 2018

    Hooked up to my swivel chair in the living room and I use it for movies. My other BK is used for my flight simulator. Adds a dynamic dimension to the movies in such a way you feel like you are in a movie theatre. Now movies are kind of blah without running the BK. Even the music I play is awesome as well. Very glad I made the purchase.

  • 4
    pretty good

    Posted by kmkennedy777@gmail.com on May 10th 2018

    seems to turn off if u are idle to long , i would have give five stars but i had to spend $89 for software

  • 3
    Buttkicker Gamer 2

    Posted by Rob B on May 6th 2018

    Should have digital input. Caused me grief trying to make work with PS4. Should work with PC much better.

  • 5
    ButtKicker Gamer2

    Posted by Shaun on May 5th 2018

    Delivery was next day! I've owned the previous version of the ButtKicker Gamer, and while the ButtKicker Gamer2 performs the same function, the amplifier is clearly a much better product.

  • 5
    Buttkicker 2

    Posted by Darren on Apr 10th 2018

    Awesome add on for any game!!!! Can't believe what I've been missing!!! A must have!!

  • 5
    How to set-up with Teamspeak

    Posted by status on Mar 29th 2018

    Very nice immersion with my VR. But it took awhile on how not to have BK go into my Teamspeak or Discord when using with Rift (or any USB headset). Here's what I did to get it to work:
    1. Plug BK into the green 3.5mm output from my motherboard soundcard

    2. Go into Windows sound recording tab

    3. Under the Stereo Mix for Realtek, select properties and go to the listen tab (if you have a separate soundcard you may need to pick that if you're BK is plugged into that)

    4. Select "Listen to this device" and pick Rift Headphones under playback

    5. Back under recording tab, make sure Rift Audio microphone is default and Stereo Mix is Default communications device (both right clicks)

    6. Under the playback tab select Speakers (Realtek HD audio) as default, this is what KB is plugged into. Test this setup with any audio source w/ bass (i.e. Youtube)

    7. In Teamspeak or Discord select Rift for your output and mic