There's a DVD, now out of print, called "The Mighty Saturns." It's all about the Saturn V rocket, which put men on the moon and is still the largest and most powerful rocket ever made. It had 7.5 million pounds of thrust, and the stored energy of something like 25% of the Hiroshima atom bomb.
It's a 3-disc set, and Disc 3 is all remastered launch footage. The launch of a Saturn V was said to have bass down to 1/4 hz. This DVD pretty much captures it all.
First, from a longer shot, where the bass isn't quite as deep, you get this, which is very, very loud bass from 10hz to the mid-20s hz:
But oh boy, if you have the system, you can enjoy this, which is a close-up shot of the launch of Apollo 8. Bass seems to go down darn near to DC. Otherwise known as ZERO hz.
As a gift to the bassheads here, I made .wav files of the two chapters, and they are here:
The 1st one: http://rapidshare.com/files/12845421...V_no2.zip.html
The 2nd one: http://rapidshare.com/files/12845421...V_no4.zip.html
Fair warning -- if your sub cannot go below 20hz with gusto, you'll likely either not hear and feel much of anything, or you'll blow up your sub. If your sub can go that low, then make sure things are bolted down and secure all over your house. Play these at your (and your sub's and your house's) own risk.
Let's start a report of your sub and what you got out of it. Mine's a Velodyne FSR-18. I got lots and lots of shaking and pressure, with very little audible sounds other than some crackling made by the rockets. My room's about 5000ft^3 and cement, and I thought the whole building was going to come down.
EDIT: I wimped out at 92db, uncorrected. I was afraid I'd damage my sub.