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post #11 of 15 Old 02-01-11, 09:53 PM
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Each recliner comes with the power cord that you need to plug into the outlet. If you want you can always drop a power strip with the extension cord under one of the chairs and connect them all there.

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post #12 of 15 Old 02-02-11, 09:30 AM
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If you have multiple power chairs do they all need seperate outlets or is there a feature where they can plug into each other and just one plugs into an outlet?

Just curious, never had a power seat but would LOVE to get some. Are there any specifics I need to know when designing my HT room?
The chairs plug into each other. For help with your setup PM Roman a few post above yours.
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post #13 of 15 Old 02-02-11, 03:17 PM
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If you have multiple power chairs do they all need seperate outlets or is there a feature where they can plug into each other and just one plugs into an outlet?
I have four chairs (Berkline 12000 - love them!) and each has it's own power cord. I wish they daisy chained, but you'll have to use a power stip to plug them all in to the wall outlet. There is a ton of info out there with dimensions, etc. on various chairs. For a good deal, look up Roman who posts in the seating forum and I can highly recommend the import chairs as high quality for a good price. (And I'm VERY picky!)
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I'm thoroughly enjoying power recline. I think it was worth the extra jump in cost. Especially for the different heights of people and their sweet spots for viewing.



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If you have multiple power chairs do they all need seperate outlets or is there a feature where they can plug into each other and just one plugs into an outlet?

Just curious, never had a power seat but would LOVE to get some. Are there any specifics I need to know when designing my HT room?
You have to have multiple outlets. A power strip works fine and will fit under one of the chairs.

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