Originally Posted by m_tyson
Did you only look at the cover art? Tsk, tsk. The discs have a variety of heavy bass, including shuttle lift-offs and re-entry booms. Unlike the Saturn recording, this stuff is top quality, down to 1/8Hz and average 144dB, with no clipped signal.
No I haven’t heard of that one?
I have several IMAX DVD formats I think you know the ones I’m talking about?
I have Apollo 13 dts THX laserdisc and two different region 2 versions and the signature THX laserdisc.
Funny I’ve got Apollo 13 region 2 first edition under the scope now testing it for my own in home use with some changes to the BFQ2496 while monitoring directly on the spectrumlab while listening to the LFE.1 content and making some different changes to the EQ to soften smoothen out the peaks for a more greener friendly level.
I’ve got to repeat a few more tests now with LCRS and get the levels on the barograph looking more normal, and I wish I can say the same thing about my cat Sooty as he really down in the dumps at the moment.
I have For All Mankind VHS PAL to DVD-RW and that is cool documentary.
Plus a few other films here and there that depict the Saturn V and Space Shuutle. Star Trek Assignment Earth, Space Camp, Space Cowboys…
Shall I continue
yes I’d like more please yes [rubbing my hands together]
144dbc is far too loud and human hearing threshold is 130db for pain. and I don’t fancy 130db its impractical when you have volume control to turn it down for comfortable listening.Real life
is something you can’t control unless it’s some wanker across the road with a load of PA speakers being unsociable and nothing like a good tonic of human piss
pissing over his amps will soon shut him up.