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My brother brought around Pacific Rim and I must say I really enjoyed the bass. Yes it doesn't go as deep as Oblivion (there were a few scenes where I though it did made me jump) but it was enough IMO for a 2hr movie with almost constant big robot/monster action. The last 30-40mins was incredible. I'm running new Seaton HD+ amps now on my 2 submersives (Australia) and so far very impressed. I will be buying this one for sure as I also enjoyed the movie. I will pass judgement on MOS when I get it and hope it's close or the same as PR at least.

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Well, from the creators of the most disappointing release of the year comes... a slight improvement on the most disappointing release of the year.



It's as if they said fine, you don't like the 40Hz filter? Here, have a 30Hz filter instead.
I was just sitting here thinking...


... we read about how mixers apparently chop the bottom end off to gain more 'room' at the top end, but going from these graphs, it appears that there has been no change whatsoever at the top end, despite adding in a lot more (relatively speaking...) bass.

Is that because this track isn't compressed and distorted and *that* loud, it just was missing the low end in the first place?

Or is it just the case that they can actually fit more bass in without losing the top end??
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Looks like a spike down to DC almost??
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The Conjuring on DVD was my Halloween movie - nothing less than 4.5 stars. Very effective LFE in this movie, and outstanding audio in general. I'm close to letting it have the whole five stars.

I find it pretty cool that we now have two scary movies starring Lili Taylor with serious LFE now, the first being the Haunting 1999. This movie was a whole lot better. Lili's acting has improved in the meantime, too.

Im screening The Conjuring tonight, gonna scare the crap out of my sister with it. Then its ice cold Alexander Keith's, Chicken, and Armadillo Eggs on the smoker tomorrow, gonna be a goooood weekend biggrin.gif

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We finally got around to watching World War Z tonight. Mind you, I'm not a fan of the typical Zombie neck munching/blood spurting morbidity that usually comes with any Zombie flick of recent years but this one was different. Not a whole lot of blood gushing violence.........very well done suspenseful action flick.

As far as the low frequency stuff goes, for the majority of the movie it was a ho-hummer. Not much at all. But man-o-man, that action sequence around the 105:30 mark was some serious shock and awe. For the grenade scene I had to go remove the grill from the sub and repeat a few times. That driver was movin some serious amounts of air and shakin the cave to it's core. VERY nice!!!

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We finally got around to watching World War Z tonight. Mind you, I'm not a fan of the typical Zombie neck munching/blood spurting morbidity that usually comes with any Zombie flick of recent years but this one was different. Not a whole lot of blood gushing violence.........very well done suspenseful action flick.

As far as the low frequency stuff goes, for the majority of the movie it was a ho-hummer. Not much at all. But man-o-man, that action sequence around the 105:30 mark was some serious shock and awe. For the grenade scene I had to go remove the grill from the sub and repeat a few times. That driver was movin some serious amounts of air and shakin the cave to it's core. VERY nice!!!

Yes my Seatons were abusing the house as I repeated that scene. My fiancé gave me the look and said I better be carefu!

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Im screening The Conjuring tonight, gonna scare the crap out of my sister with it. Then its ice cold Alexander Keith's, Chicken, and Armadillo Eggs on the smoker tomorrow, gonna be a goooood weekend biggrin.gif

Armadillo eggs huh? Should have added a couple of those to the order smile.gif. Thanks again, very professional!

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Just saw The Cabin in the Woods. What a great movie and terrific bass overall. Loved it!

+1. Very good movie, very good sub workout.
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Oh I forgot to mention I watched Hot Fuzz today. Yep lots of bass for the SubM pair. Some scenes were surely over exaggerated as far as a big bass for a action that didn't warrant it. Like lifting an arm got more bass than a fight scene in another movie. I wasn't disappointed by it by any means as I am a bass nut like you all. But not entirely accurate use of bass. Fun though smile.gif

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I just seen Gangster Squad with Sean Penn as Mickey Cohen. Great movie with great bass IMO.
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Oh I forgot to mention I watched Hot Fuzz today. Yep lots of bass for the SubM pair. Some scenes were surely over exaggerated as far as a big bass for a action that didn't warrant it. Like lifting an arm got more bass than a fight scene in another movie. I wasn't disappointed by it by any means as I am a bass nut like you all. But not entirely accurate use of bass. Fun though smile.gif

IMO that's a bigger problem for WWZ, since WWZ isn't supposed to be a tongue-in-cheek comedy. WWZ has extended bass sweeps when large vehicles collide, when grenades detonate. Its bass soundtrack is just stupid tongue.gif

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+1 for The Conjuring. A lot of low bass to add to the frightening effect... so much that it had me reaching for the remote when my Ultra's we're lightly bottoming out.(Eek)
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I just seen Gangster Squad with Sean Penn as Mickey Cohen. Great movie with great bass IMO.
Good to know as I was going to watch that last night.
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+1 for The Conjuring. A lot of low bass to add to the frightening effect... so much that it had me reaching for the remote when my Ultra's we're lightly bottoming out.(Eek)

I agree there was some nice bass in the movie, and it gave me goosebumps a few times, but the acting was a little "sub-par" If my sister thought the acting was bad it must have been bad, because shes usually pretty oblivious. Ron Livingston was good in Band Of Brothers, but in The Conjuring...umm...not so much.

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Is the bass any better in the Hobbit Extended Edition?

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Is the bass any better in the Hobbit Extended Edition?

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I've been going through the master list for some time now, and just had the pleasure of watching The Haunting. While I understand this thread is primarily for the measurement of the bass in movies, and not their critique's - I've just got to draw outside of the lines for a sec - to say that The Haunting was perhaps the WORST movie I've ever had the misfortune of trying to sit through - lol. The only movie that springs to mind that was anywhere near as bad was Howard The Duck - and at least when I first watched it when I was 10 I thought the duck was funny. Honestly - wow. But I digress, carry on.

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Just watched 'Frankenstein's Army' and wow! eek.gif
The movie is a constant barrage of bass ranging from the upper to mid area for most of the time, but several moments hit below 20Hz with great authority.

Majority of the movie is like this:


00.00.59 - 00.01.43


00.15.25 - 00.16.01


But many scenes rock the house nicely, such as . . .

00.19.30 - 00.20.04


00.20.40 - 00.21.09


00.27.18 - 00.28.54


00.31.20 - 00.32.32


00.49.00 - 00.49.53


01.15.00 - 01.15.40


And probably the best scene of all is when Nazi Propeller-Head appears (00.59.09 - 00.50.42)
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I've been going through the master list for some time now, and just had the pleasure of watching The Haunting. While I understand this thread is primarily for the measurement of the bass in movies, and not their critique's - I've just got to draw outside of the lines for a sec - to say that The Haunting was perhaps the WORST movie I've ever had the misfortune of trying to sit through - lol. The only movie that springs to mind that was anywhere near as bad was Howard The Duck - and at least when I first watched it when I was 10 I thought the duck was funny. Honestly - wow. But I digress, carry on.
I felt the same way about Garbage Pail Kids: The Movie wink.gif
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Supposedly extends to 30 now...at least once...

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IMO that's a bigger problem for WWZ, since WWZ isn't supposed to be a tongue-in-cheek comedy. WWZ has extended bass sweeps when large vehicles collide, when grenades detonate. Its bass soundtrack is just stupid tongue.gif

I haven't watched the movie yet. Only demoed the grenade sweep a few times smile.gif

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That Frankenstein's Army film looks pretty beasty, thanks for the heads up!
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Did we ever confirm about the new bass in the hobbit extended version? Is it just that the extended scenes might have something down to 30 or did they redo it?

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It does not matter, the levels are still very low so you won't notice that extra 10hz extension mad.gif Another member said it, that filter did not bump up the levels above it so what was the purpose of these filters then?
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Someone I know felt that The Hobbit EE bass was the exactly the same, however the increased 10hz extension is isolated to the new scenes which they felt exhibited the improvement.

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What's the "best" bass scene in The Hobbit? Give me a timestamp or something and I'll get a waterfall and find the same scene on the EE to compare.
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For example he told me the opening scene with Smaug laying desolation to the city sounds exactly the same, however there is a new scene with fireworks where he felt the bass did dig deeper.

Sorry don't have time codes just what he mentioned to me.

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Someone I know felt that The Hobbit EE bass was the exactly the same, however the increased 10hz extension is isolated to the new scenes which they felt exhibited the improvement.

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Okay that's the information I was after

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