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post #20701 of 21298 Old 04-16-2015, 03:11 AM
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Just got done with the Babadook and having a tough time gauging the movie itself but let's just leave that part to the viewer! Now as a bass movie the answer is a resounding yes! and must lay my eyes on some graphs due to the gamut of LFE and need to know how low this one went. There's plenty of perhaps 15-25hz stuff going on (subjective of course) but some places I'm suspecting deeper while some strong 30hz does show up I must say its well crafted pure uncut BASS The soundtrack is crisp and pristine
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with no sign of clipping but very,very dynamic with good level, there was more than one time that I felt the sounds were a bit to real sounding

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Thanks!! Hope to enjoy this film for the weekend viewing. The wife loves scary type of movies and since the new sub was added she screams much louder when something scary happens and it's felt as well as heard. I think her screams scare me more then the movie scares do!
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I watched Jinn last night and it had some bass with a couple of sweeps also. The movie itself could have been better as the acting was not all that as well as the visual effects. More of a B-Movie that could have been so much more..

If needed for a filler between new releases and something with bass this could be worth at least a rent.
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Just got done with the Babadook and having a tough time gauging the movie itself but let's just leave that part to the viewer! Now as a bass movie the answer is a resounding yes! and must lay my eyes on some graphs due to the gamut of LFE and need to know how low this one went. There's plenty of perhaps 15-25hz stuff going on (subjective of course) but some places I'm suspecting deeper while some strong 30hz does show up I must say its well crafted pure uncut BASS The soundtrack is crisp and pristine
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with no sign of clipping but very,very dynamic with good level, there was more than one time that I felt the sounds were a bit to real sounding

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Thanks!! Hope to enjoy this film for the weekend viewing. The wife loves scary type of movies and since the new sub was added she screams much louder when something scary happens and it's felt as well as heard. I think her screams scare me more then the movie scares do!
I know you will post your thoughts after giving it a spin and I'm looking forward to it.
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this is funny.... and sad .... started watching Interstellar last night at a little after 10pm ... first 1 minute, bass came in ... baby is sleeping, neighbors could complain .... movie OFF :-( Holding this off till weekend or before 9pm tonight.

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this is funny.... and sad .... started watching Interstellar last night at a little after 10pm ... first 1 minute, bass came in ... baby is sleeping, neighbors could complain .... movie OFF :-( Holding this off till weekend or before 9pm tonight.

Those that have their movie theaters in your private house .... good for you guys.
You will need to watch it during the day day as it is a very dynamic movie

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I have told many people about this movie at my work. Less than a handful of them even heard the name prior to me asking them about it (not a lot of advertising?). Any ways I think it is an EXCELLENT movie. I told a bunch of people at work to redbox the bluray and they all agree. The film was awesome. I even took my laptop to work and played it in the breakroom on the pos Toshiba 55" that I calibrated just for the feature. At any Givin time there were about 12 people in there watching it. Room silent. Eyes glued to the screen. But the audio dynamics are a bit extreme. But the bass at least to me was awesome

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Hahaha...That's what we all say. Do you think that I started out with 12 subs? Lol, hell no! But that is what I have right now. @popalock had 16 subs in his room at one point and I think he even owned 32 subs! That's awesome actually!
No, I think that's a cry for help. Can we get an intervention over here?!

Okay I've got a real oldie for you. I decided to try out a couple of the scenes from Carroll Ballard's Never Cry Wolf now that I have a bitchin' sub. The scene when Rosie takes off and leaves Tyler, the quiet is amazing, just the scrunch of his boots in the snow. Jumped ahead to
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not bad but.... Jumped to the caribou hunt, which I know from Mark Isham's soundtrack (Film Music, Windham Hill) has some loud, amazing percussion. Lo (low) and behold, one of the drums really resonates with the sub. I mean it just owns that subwoofer. Yeah, baby, yeah! (Haven't compared the Disney 16:9 DVD with the earlier, letterboxed Anchor Bay release that I still have. I should, though I bet the older is DD 2.0.)

Another film that I know has remarkable low is Ballard's The Black Stallion (1979). I understand last year saw the release of a disappointing BD. Well good news, Ballard fans: Criterion just announced a release in June of a 4K restoration with 2.0 lossless soundtrack. Have to resist putting my old DVD in to listen, but must wait two months or so for the Criterion disc. Hopefully Costco will get it, or it will be in B&N in time for their semi-annual sale.

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Oh, another great film that has some awesome low end (and not everyone's tastes in movies, but will most certainly show off your entire theater) is the 8K master of Baraka. Michael Stearns puts lots of low end in throughout the film, particularly with taiko drums and synth drones (not as obnoxious as Hans Zimmer's "I fell asleep on my keyboard" score).
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Wow I had completely forgotten about that movie. I used to have the VHS, was a very good mood flick I remember.
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I have told many people about this movie at my work. Less than a handful of them even heard the name prior to me asking them about it (not a lot of advertising?). Any ways I think it is an EXCELLENT movie. I told a bunch of people at work to redbox the bluray and they all agree. The film was awesome. I even took my laptop to work and played it in the breakroom on the pos Toshiba 55" that I calibrated just for the feature. At any Givin time there were about 12 people in there watching it. Room silent. Eyes glued to the screen. But the audio dynamics are a bit extreme. But the bass at least to me was awesome
Really? Where do you work? I don't think I even know someone who hasn't seen it haha, it was a very popular movie... It's IMDB #23
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really? Where do you work? I don't think i even know someone who hasn't seen it haha, it was a very popular movie... It's imdb #23
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watched live, Die Repeat for the first time in a couple moths and that has o be right up there with the best LFE movies on 2014!
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Watched live, Die, Repeat for the first time in a couple months and that has to be right up there with the best LFE movies on 2014!

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Watched Exodus last night at -10MV and was not that impressed with bass. The last movie I watched that impressed me was the maze runner.
I just watched Exodus last night and it had some nice sub sonic frequencies in the audio track. I thought the movie was good as well as the audio.

What type of subs do you have?
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I just watched Interstellar the other day.
Some of the dialog was mixed low and other dialog sections were mixed a bit hot, it's like it was schizophrenic. I couldn't find a happy medium where the average didn't melt my ears off but yet still enable full clarity.
The bass was mixed fairly hot, not sure how deep it goes but the main theme has pipe organs in it (so probably 16hz, or at least 32hz!).

As for the movie, their math is way off on the 1hr vs 7 years thing. (I looked it up.) But if it were correct the movie would be far more boring so I understand why they needed to make the math be nonsense.
and being near a blackhole, that is ridiculous the gamma rays would cook a human from 1 light year away, there is no WAY you could skim the horizon of a blackhole and live to tell about it.
also, the horizon of a blackhole is millions of degrees, it can melt anything including: diamonds, titanium, and aerogel mixed all together!
and their spaceship's chemical rockets and stabilizers seem to be way stronger than physics would ever allow for.
(I guess that is where the fiction kicks in.)

The silence during the outer space scenes is refreshingly-accurate and well done.

Interstellar is one of the best/better sci-fi movies to come along since Elysium/Contact/Aliens (IMO). It's not ground breaking but it's definitely unique and makes a person wonder about our planets future.

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Godzilla: It sucked. Everyone that I personally know hated it. and we are all Godzilla supporters. What does that tell you?

PQ was horrendously bad and fatally dark, Bass is not to scale, the roars on the IMAX version were 1 million times better than bluray version, didn't even get to see Godzilla 99% of the time, story is garbage and fake (and makes humans feel like helpless full-ret@rds).
-Bunker Buster missiles and large cannon fire can't cut through 1mm of Godzilla meat, but can slice through 50ft of solid metal and cement like butter, really we are to believe this?
-The main human character totally neglects his own wife and kid, at a criminal-level, for the whole movie (like days/weeks/months). Really? I care more about how much salt is on my McD's than he does his family. LOL
-Godzilla monsters walk within 10 miles of Area51 and not a single jet was scrambled, the most well-secured area on the planet with 1 million motion sensors that were all fully broken or what? Really???
-We can't secure nukes at all, the most dangerous devices ever made. Like really?
It's like they wanted to torture their audience with stupidity (or something.) I could go on, but I'll stop there.
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LOL….Looks like d_c revoked you're sci-fi card BTH.

On another note, I've not seen Godzilla but based on the reviews I've seen in this thread I'm not sure I want to.
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Godzilla: It sucked. Everyone that I personally know hated it. and we are all Godzilla supporters. What does that tell you?

PQ was horrendously bad and fatally dark, Bass is not to scale, the roars on the IMAX version were 1 million times better than bluray version, didn't even get to see Godzilla 99% of the time, story is garbage and fake (and makes humans feel like helpless full-ret@rds).
-Bunker Buster missiles and large cannon fire can't cut through 1mm of Godzilla meat, but can slice through 50ft of solid metal and cement like butter, really we are to believe this?
-The main human character totally neglects his own wife and kid, at a criminal-level, for the whole movie (like days/weeks/months). Really? I care more about how much salt is on my McD's than he does his family. LOL
-Godzilla monsters walk within 10 miles of Area51 and not a single jet was scrambled, the most well-secured area on the planet with 1 million motion sensors that were all fully broken or what? Really???
-We can't secure nukes at all, the most dangerous devices ever made. Like really?
It's like they wanted to torture their audience with stupidity (or something.) I could go on, but I'll stop there.
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Besides the clipping, I enjoyed Godzilla. Not the deepest bass, but it hit hard in all the right spots. It was a fun check your brain HT ride, but the clipping was annoying. It was a bass fest to some degree which I like.
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LOL….Looks like d_c revoked you're sci-fi card BTH.

On another note, I've not seen Godzilla but based on the reviews I've seen in this thread I'm not sure I want to.

Ok, I also think that it's not good. Just bustin chops. The bass was plentiful, but not deep. I wasn't impressed with it and apparently neither were my neighbors as whatever the key frequency is in the film resonates to their windows and makes them rattle. Same as when we watched Pacific Rim. Just boom boom boom for 2 hours. It got old and was pretty fatiguing by the end. That film I really enjoyed though. I prefer equal helpings of deeeeep ULF and the rest of the frequencies too, like Oblivion and my new favorite, Lone Survivor. It was a top demo pick for me because of the great surround in the forest battle, but I never experienced how awesome the ULF was until adding the hs24. The choppers heading to the drop zone is verrrry nice!

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. The choppers heading to the drop zone is verrrry nice!
Yes! That was about 45 seconds of straight 5hz content. Really gets the fans on my amps spinning.
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The CinemaSins review of Godzilla (on YouTube) is hilarious, you guys who suffered through it deserve a watch of it.

I borrowed Tron: Legacy from the library tonight based on comments about the audio track. Even in DD5.1 on a DVD, it was impressive! Great -- and I do mean great -- use of rear surrounds, and the dynamic bass for the Recognizers and some other effects was restrained, realistic, and pleasurable.

A: Yamaha RX-V775. Bose 401 mains, 301 Series III surrounds, Yamaha NS-C444 center, Hsu VTF-2 Mk4.
V: Samsung UN40ES6150, Panasonic DMP-BDT215, Yamaha DVD-S550.

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