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has anyone compared the non-atmos track to the atmos version? maybe we are starting to get what we all want, which would be a full extension track for us audio nuts, while the non atmos track can be for the HTIB and non HT people out there. you have to figure that the only ones that would be atmos capable right now would be the audiophiles anyway, right?
I don't think the Atmos track on NT digs down all the way, but I could be wrong. I'm guessing it starts to roll off around 20hz or so, but I am curious to see the measurements.
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even if it rolls at 10, that is much, much better than 30. for those of us that can get in the upper teens, losing between 30 and say 18, thats a big piece of the spectrum. i would take 10 any day....beyond that i don't think im missing much. or, let me rephrase...at this point im not willing to set up 10 18" subs with 10 million watts to experience 10 and below, nor do i want to spend that much money. but when you take a great action movie that is cut off at 30, and something blows up and it just "feels" like it's missing something to make it seem real....that's what i have issues with. especially when it's due to catering to the people that don't care enough to have a capable system. i just feel that if you are going to tout HD with bluray, it should be no holds barred and designed for the audio enthusiast. especially with the large amount of storage on a blu, there should be room for an audiophile grade track. either that, or neuter the non HD track for each disk and leave the other ones full bandwidth.
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"Don't care enough to have a capable system." WTH is that supposed to mean? I'm not the PC police, but I would never even think about degrading someone like that. That's like Popalock coming on and saying only people who can play down to 1Hz can participate on this thread. And audiophiles are usually 2.0 only and try to recreate the sound as it was recorded.
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even if it rolls at 10, that is much, much better than 30. for those of us that can get in the upper teens, losing between 30 and say 18, thats a big piece of the spectrum. i would take 10 any day....beyond that i don't think im missing much. or, let me rephrase...at this point im not willing to set up 10 18" subs with 10 million watts to experience 10 and below, nor do i want to spend that much money. but when you take a great action movie that is cut off at 30, and something blows up and it just "feels" like it's missing something to make it seem real....that's what i have issues with. especially when it's due to catering to the people that don't care enough to have a capable system. i just feel that if you are going to tout HD with bluray, it should be no holds barred and designed for the audio enthusiast. especially with the large amount of storage on a blu, there should be room for an audiophile grade track. either that, or neuter the non HD track for each disk and leave the other ones full bandwidth.
I agree. I am strong down to around 12hz in my room with my subs and well above reference level output 15hz and above. My buttkickers take over where my subs leave off. I am not about to overhaul my entire sub system for that last bit of extension, especially since I get it with my kickers.
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I agree. I am strong down to around 12hz in my room with my subs and well above reference level output 15hz and above. My buttkickers take over where my subs leave off. I am not about to overhaul my entire sub system for that last bit of extension, especially since I get it with my kickers.
Sweet! Are we talking DIY or ???
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Sweet! Are we talking DIY or ???
I'm running 3 PB13 Ultras and a 12/2 Ultra along with dual Buttkickers. I get big room gain (which I leave intact for movies, but flatten out for music with my SMS) from about 45hz until my subs run out of gas in my smaller 12x17.5 sealed room.
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"Don't care enough to have a capable system." WTH is that supposed to mean? I'm not the PC police, but I would never even think about degrading someone like that. That's like Popalock coming on and saying only people who can play down to 1Hz can participate on this thread. And audiophiles are usually 2.0 only and try to recreate the sound as it was recorded.
simmer down there mongo. you are taking my statement out of context. "don't care enough" referring to people that don't care about home theater and think that listening through regular TV speakers is "really good." in other words, people like most peoples wives that get a demo with regular TV speakers and then a top shelf AV system, and look at you and say, "sounds the same to me." if i was badmouthing anyone that has less than what popalock has, i would be degrading myself too. simply put, that is not what i wrote, nor what i intended for those that can't decipher my "confusing" text. relax man, nobody is trying to call you names or ridicule your home theater system.
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