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post #20521 of 20971 Old 04-06-2015, 06:55 AM
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Allot of ULF in Elysium. Not sure of the time stamps though. I loved that movie.
Yep.. I agree and that movie seems to get forgotten a lot for some reason.
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Watched Interstellar last night finally. At times I swear my mother in law was gripping the couch because the whole room was shaking violently.
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we watched Interstellar last night too, the Mrs. had me turn it down from -10 to -17 unfortunately but we both really thought the movie was a great story and enjoyed it quite a bit even if not too loud - no problems with understanding the dialogue either
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^^^ I had trouble understanding the dialogue at times and I have my center channel boosted 3+ db's.
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I didn't have any trouble with the dialogue in Interstellar in either the theater or at home last week.
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Interstellar was great and a worthy blind buy, no clipping, no dialog issues , just a flat out room pounder
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There were just a few places where I had trouble with the dialogue but in those rare instances the issue was the ambient music or some other audio effect was loud enough that it was over shadowing the center channel dialogue a little. It most likely has to do with my set up and the levels of the surround speakers and possibly the way their reflections are bouncing all over the room more than anything else.

Since this is the bass thread let me add in that the movie has solid chest pounding bass in many places and is well worth experiencing. There were some scenes where I could really feel the bass in my chest just pounding away. I know that's mid-bass slam but it's still bass. What I also really liked about it was that some scenes were a continual ruuuuuuummble for extended periods of time.

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^^^ Yep! i think it should be noted on the dialog that it was meant to be over shadowed at moments to what was occurring in a given scene, I mean come on! has anyone ever been around something loud and had to say HUH! had it occurred during intentional quite scenes then I could understand an issue. Back to the bass it was just brutal but can see what Nolan was going for and appreciated the mix!
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I found quiet scenes difficult to hear. The wife did too and she never notices anything about audio except if it's too loud. First time she's ever complained about it being too quiet.
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I like it when as little as possible is given away about an upcoming movie I'm about too watch even if it's a subjective view . No harm in a spoiler surely.
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Watched Interstellar this past Friday. Really liked the movie/story. Didn't understand a lot at the end, I guess this was a lot of the fiction of this science fiction story.

I thought the overall sound track was good, not great. Not Oblivion or EOT.

There was a good amount of bass, but nothing stood out in particular.

I too found dialogue hard to hear during some scenes. The bass was too loud or it was what the director intended since it was only during certain scenes that were very loud overall.

I'll probably pick this up when it hits the <$10 bin.
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I found quiet scenes difficult to hear. The wife did too and she never notices anything about audio except if it's too loud. First time she's ever complained about it being too quiet.


i'm with you guys...was tuff to hear at times

granted, i sat in the second row (riser with buttkicker) and my hearing aint what it used to be...but i think that damn half whisper that MM speaks in these days contributes to the issue...and my MV was at -10.

that said, i thought the bass was outstanding...not necessarily the deepest, but well done nonetheless!

oh yeah, almost forgot...i gotta admit my eyelids drooped a bit in the beginning, but glad i hung with it as things definitely
picked up as the movie played out.

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Watched Interstellar this past Friday. Really liked the movie/story. Didn't understand a lot at the end, I guess this was a lot of the fiction of this science fiction story.

I thought the overall sound track was good, not great. Not Oblivion or EOT.

There was a good amount of bass, but nothing stood out in particular.

I too found dialogue hard to hear during some scenes. The bass was too loud or it was what the director intended since it was only during certain scenes that were very loud overall.

I'll probably pick this up when it hits the <$10 bin.
I actually loved the soundtrack. Also I used the dialogue enhancer on my receiver just because of all the comments here.

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There were times when I was watching Interstellar and the bass output was a little scary. It gave my gjallarhorn subwoofer a work out. I was worried about my house!
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My dog did not like Interstellar! The house shaking and pictures wobbling around scared her. I think she thought it was a thunderstorm.

One of my favorites for all around bass and surround effects. Some movies have bass for no reason but this had bass where bass should have been. The extremely quiet scenes were cool too. That little sound effect when the ships detached from the bigger ship were cool too.


Also saw the new fast and furious in the theater. That was the first time in my life I thought the theater was too loud and had too much bass. It was bass saturation. Very little down time from bass for your ears to recover. I love the bass, but not constantly for 2 hours. My son was holding his ears for half the movie because it was so loud. Might have been a hot setup by some bass head employee. I felt old leaving the theater. It was like leaving a rave or rock concert with that heavy pressure feeling in your head like you are under water. I'll turn in my bass card at the next meeting.....
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Furious 7 in my IMAX was nowhere near being objectionable.
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I watched Interstellar the other night and was very impressed with bass/LFE! I have a dedicated Home Theater room in the basement on one end of our 70' long rambler home and my wife felt constrained to escape to the other end of the house on the main level. I had the volume at -10 the whole time.

I'm in the camp where dialogue was hard to hear at times, especially when Matthew McConaughey was speaking (of course he's usually hard to hear, even in his commercials ).

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Wow! just finished Exodus gods & Kings this was a fine example of how well infrasonics (beautiful comes to mind) lend themselves to a movie, as they spread throughout in a generous manner. Take note guys ,this is a pristine soundtrack and has some very well done bass.
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Interstellar's the only film I've had a problem trying to make out what some people were saying, alot of the time they mumbled especially during scenes with with loud effects or music, it was fine when they spoke normally.


Also just watched a bit of Hot Tub Time Machine 2, when someone fires a shotgun during the party, it was a really nice bass scene.
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I watched Elysium from Direct TV and was not very impressed, but I assume there was lots of compression. Intrastellar is on my list for tonight, time permitting!

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I watched Interstellar the other night and was very impressed with bass/LFE! I have a dedicated Home Theater room in the basement on one end of our 70' long rambler home and my wife felt constrained to escape to the other end of the house on the main level. I had the volume at -10 the whole time.

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Interstellar- yes, lots of good bass for sure, kind of a strange movie that never really made me want to rewatch, however.
Agree on the dialogue issues, even a couple very quiet scenes, really hard to hear, even after boasting the center a couple dbs.
While the ending was unusual and had an couple interesting twists, IMHO, not the overall interesting movie like Live, Die Repeat, IMHO..or Oblivion! But I agree, the LFE in this movie was very impressive!
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...Agree on the dialogue issues, even a couple very quiet scenes, really hard to hear, even after boasting the center a couple dbs...
I was discussing upgrading my center over on the Klipsch thread last week, when @Alan P provided this in-depth article (complete with graphs, animations, and references).

I ended up deciding to go with their latest monitors that will match my LRs (of course, I'll only use one); so I'll try my poorly-designed center on Interstellar first (and note any hard to hear dialogue), then re-listen with the new center. I'll be sure to post my findings here
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It is very rare that I have trouble hearing dialogue and this is one of the few movies where it is a common throughout the movie. I am pretty comfortable saying this is a mix issue and not so much a center channel issue!
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I was discussing upgrading my center over on the Klipsch thread last week, when @Alan P provided this in-depth article (complete with graphs, animations, and references).

I ended up deciding to go with their latest monitors that will match my LRs (of course, I'll only use one); so I'll try my poorly-designed center on Interstellar first (and note any hard to hear dialogue), then re-listen with the new center. I'll be sure to post my findings here

And after all my advice on how horizontal centers are bad....I'm still using a MMTMM designed horizontal center (RC64ii).

And, just for the record, I had zero dialogue issues with Interstellar.

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Almost every movie, you have dialogue that is unusually quiet or the talking is over a sound affect...but for most movies, those are a couple lines/per movie. At least 8-10 times during Interstellar, I had trouble hearing lines and in a couple cases, there was NO background noise. I assume the directors had a reason for doing this.
During one scene where MM's character is talking to his young daughter, I replayed the scene with a +2 db bump for the center...and still couldn't heard it clearly. I made another +2 db bump and then it was fine for that scene, but I have to back it back down for other scenes in the movie!

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Hmmmm....my CC is not running hot at all, I listened at -10MV and a second viewing around -15MV (wife was sleeping ) and had no issues at all.

Maybe this movie is going to end up being the litmus test to see if your system, and CC in particular, are set up properly or up to the task.
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