You should be able to make SSF work with 2 exciters. You’d need to merge the 7.1 front and side channels. You’d either need to do that vis software with something like EQAPO or via hardware with a cable. I’d probably opt to make a cable personally.
But, I wonder whether it will be worth it in a single screen tabletop setup like that. SSF works by making table sounds come from the table and backglass sounds come from the backglass. In your case they are the same.
You could make backglass sounds come out the top speakers and table sounds come from exciters near the bottom, but I don’t know if it will create the same illusion that SSF does in a 2 monitor cab.
If it works, report back and let us know!
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