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I think the simplest would be to judge the bass for performance down to say 20hz, which most people would be able to play. Then if a movie does have deeper bass, we can make note of that and maybe the timestamp. There's no point rating down to 5hz until the bulk of people on here can play it; since CEA testing is down to 20hz, wouldn't that make the most sense?
Black Swan DTS Core
Not very much bass but there is a few scenes worth checking out.
Scott Pilgrim coming up next...
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