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All is Lost was a good bass hit. The thing I learnt from the movie is that no matter what you've forgotten to do in preparation for a potentially deadly storm at sea make sure you have a shave before it hits.
I just skipped to the bass scenes. They were good,.movie was horrid. I am not a sailor, but I do know that I would not sit in the hold as my ship is being rolled around... Would be out there trying to steer it INTO the waves. Meh.
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Based on the trailer the movie appears to be something decent to watch.
I enjoyed it but nothing special on the bass front...that said, our group watched this right after Lone Survivor and that might have clouded my judgement...
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I enjoyed it but nothing special on the bass front...that said, our group watched this right after Lone Survivor and that might have clouded my judgement...
OK,
I will check it out later then, as in wait for REDBOX. I will agree that it very well could have a lot with judgement after watching LS as that movie has some monster-est gun shots and surround sound.
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Well,
Looks like I'm going to add Hitman and Max Payne to the, do watch list !!
Just finished both today back to back and both are really decent movies !! I have never watched either one.
To my surprise Olga kurylenko played in both. Same good looking lady that played in my all time favorite film to date Oblivion !!!
No really deep extension bass in either but full of good bass from start to finish.
Saturday night gave 300 rise of an empire a spin and boy what a disappointment with this film. W.T.H happened ? Bass was good but man the overall film was nothing compared to the original 300 !!
Oh well not a bad weekend overall.
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Throw in Pulse the server room scene for a serious sub work out !!! You will give your sub a work out as well with T.I.H
Yes I keep hearing about the movie Pulse with the server room and will be adding it to the queue.

Just finished with T.I.H. and thought it gave the sub and I both a workout. If they give Mark Ruffalo a solo film for T.I.H. I can only hope they give it the bass treatment also.

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just finished Horton Hears a Who. Great bass throughout.

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Yes I keep hearing about the movie Pulse with the server room and will be adding it to the queue.

Just finished with T.I.H. and thought it gave the sub and I both a workout. If they give Mark Ruffalo a solo film for T.I.H. I can only hope they give it the bass treatment also.
NICE !!!
Yep, T.I.H is indeed a bass monster. I have watched it several times with no disappointments.
Be sure to post your thoughts on Pulse(server room scene) as that is one of the lowest deepest bass sweeps that I have heard on my system. It is a Monster !!!! Every time I watch I'm like
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I just skipped to the bass scenes. They were good,.movie was horrid. I am not a sailor, but I do know that I would not sit in the hold as my ship is being rolled around... Would be out there trying to steer it INTO the waves. Meh.
Agreed. Not normally one to spoil a film but I would be doing a favour here by giving away the ending....... Which I won't because I never actually finished it. Sums it up pretty well. Kon Tiki is an excellent movie if the "sea is what yer feel like watchin". Better bass too.

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I just skipped to the bass scenes. They were good,.movie was horrid. I am not a sailor, but I do know that I would not sit in the hold as my ship is being rolled around... Would be out there trying to steer it INTO the waves. Meh.
Agreed. Not normally one to spoil a film but I would be doing a favour here by giving away the ending....... Which I won't because I never actually finished it. Sums it up pretty well. Kon Tiki is an excellent movie if the "sea is what yer feel like watchin". Better bass too IMO.

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Yes I keep hearing about the movie Pulse with the server room and will be adding it to the queue.

Just finished with T.I.H. and thought it gave the sub and I both a workout. If they give Mark Ruffalo a solo film for T.I.H. I can only hope they give it the bass treatment also.
You know it is good when Josh Ricci(@ Data-bass.com) uses it for testing when he reviews and performs cea2010 measurements.
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Yes I keep hearing about the movie Pulse with the server room and will be adding it to the queue.

Just finished with T.I.H. and thought it gave the sub and I both a workout. If they give Mark Ruffalo a solo film for T.I.H. I can only hope they give it the bass treatment also.
I also have a PSA XV15 (not se though) I don't this sub hits low enough for that server scene, i.e. you might be disapointed
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16-18hz.
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true, I guess it's more like 16-21 hz. But the XV15 should be pretty flat to 19-20 hz in room, and is 1 dB down at 18 and only 3 dB down at 16 hz. Will still be really impressive on it.
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true, I guess it's more like 16-21 hz. But the XV15 should be pretty flat to 19-20 hz in room, and is 1 dB down at 18 and only 3 dB down at 16 hz. Will still be really impressive on it.
When Pulse first came out many people were bottoming out their SVS PB13 ultras so I would be careful. Once they put it in 15hz mode I think they were OK, the 20hz mode was bottoming.
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When Pulse first came out many people were bottoming out their SVS PB13 ultras so I would be careful. Once they put it in 15hz mode I think they were OK, the 20hz mode was bottoming.
It's the other way around. It pushes a lot of air and needs all ports open.
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No, it had to do with the port tune, the ultra in 20hz mode during pulse had the drivers in free air, in 15hz tune the SVS is fine.
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I also have a PSA XV15 (not se though) I don't this sub hits low enough for that server scene, i.e. you might be disapointed

The XV15 hits low enough for the server scene. I've watched it a few times with my XV15 and it sounds quite good...it has no problems pumping it out.
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The XV15 hits low enough for the server scene. I've watched it a few times with my XV15 and it sounds quite good...it has no problems pumping it out.
There you go !!! Pulse server room scene is nothing but awesomeness !!!!
No granted I have 4-subs, 1 in each corner and the HT room is on the 2nd floor. Room is 19'x 20', so with that sever room scene stuff gets pretty crazy with the bass in a good way.

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just finished Horton Hears a Who. Great bass throughout.
I've been waiting for the grandson's next weekend stay to watch that one. Thank's for the heads up on bass. The last time he was over got to watch Finding Nemo and that was good.

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I also have a PSA XV15 (not se though) I don't this sub hits low enough for that server scene, i.e. you might be disapointed
I own a SVS PB-2000 and not the PSA XV15. I guess from what's been posted we both will not be let down by that scene as both our sub's should play it. I enjoy the bass my sub give's me knowing I may not get to feel much more past what it's rated for like the Irene scene from B.H.D.

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There you go !!! Pulse server room scene is nothing but awesomeness !!!!
No granted I have 4-subs, 1 in each corner and the HT room is on the 2nd floor. Room is 19'x 20', so with that sever room scene stuff gets pretty crazy with the bass in a good way.
OK with all the talk, Pulse has now been bumped up to the #2 spot in the queue under The Lone Survivor which still has a long wait on it. I should get it some time soon and will post how many smiles it gave me. I'm sure you can really enjoy that scene.

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Pulse is such a bad movie that you're probably better off simply downloading one of the demo discs via torrent and watching the scene in question. That way, you won't have to suffer through the crime that calls itself a movie.
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I think it's worth it to watch it through once.... builds anticipation so much after the entire bad movie for the bass scene that it just sounds heavenly
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