Originally Posted by ggsantafe
Definitely "Edge of Tomorrow" the opening scene has incredible LFE, I don't know if anyone has ever measured how low the ultrasonics are - but I thought my listening room was about to be teleported to another dimension - my XS-30 & XS-15 made the room shake, rattle & roll!
Edge of Tomorrow (7.1 DTS-HD MA)
Level - 5 Stars (113.59dB composite)
Extension - 5 Stars (9Hz)
Dynamics - 5 Stars (27.61dB)
Execution - 5 Stars (by poll)
Overall - 5 Stars
Recommendation - Buy (by poll)
Notes: The tones at the beginning are the highest level single tones I've seen in a movie. If you have a commercial sub, or are gain matched, you'll probably be fine playing them at your normal levels. If not, and especially if you run subs hot or have ported/IB subs without a strong HPF, be careful at the beginning.
Lots of unfiltered content below 20Hz that gets masked in the graphs by those tones, but it's there. Very good sound design overall, with only a little bit of clipping. Mostly it's carefully limited, as seen in the waveforms below. This is an example of being able to get the most out of the track when designing and mixing. Very good movie.
I have yet tpo re-run this since completing my HT...I have to get it back from the in0laws who are borrowing it!! better off..since tomorrow i am getting my 3rd sub