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What is the ultimate subwoofer killer movie?

Just for fun I was wondering what you guys say is the ultimate subwoofer killer movie? What movie has fried more subs than any?

A couple obvious ones that come to mind would be the edge of tomorrow opening scene, interstellar launch scene and war of the world's.

I know there are several more sub killer movies out there so what do you guys think? What movie has the lowest bass with the longest durations? @MrGrey you should be able to comment here

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Flight of the phoenix when the airplane is going down is pretty intense.
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Flight of the phoenix when the airplane is going down is pretty intense.
No doubt it's a great bass moment I'm just not sure if it's low and long enough to be considered a sub killer. Some may disagree....

I'm trying to remeber what freq. That is but I feel like it was 30-40hz someone correct me if I'm wrong. It's been years since I've seen this one but I'll def add it to the re watch list with my new setup

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Sully when the plane takes off the final time they go through the event is pretty intense, as is the opening scene in Interstellar.
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I bet few movies would have had more people jumping for the remote than the intro to Edge of Tomorrow - because it just comes out of nowhere. Who expects the loudest and lowest scene in a movie to be before the opening credits FFS? I know I had my Avr MV set to my usual - 10dB and nearly stained the couch. My wife came into the room and said "what the f**k are you doing in here!"
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In The Magnificent Seven as the enemy started to arrive in town to start the big shootout scene there is tons of 20hz content!! its like a damn sine wave for minuets on end, the FV15HP started to smell so i had to turn it down and that's without any DSP or anything just raw volume, no other film has done that to me.


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In The Magnificent Seven as the enemy started to arrive in town to start the big shootout scene there is tons of 20hz content!! its like a damn sine wave for minuets on end, the FV15HP started to smell so i had to turn it down and that's without any DSP or anything just raw volume, no other film has done that to me.


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Ya i remeber that one! I love that movie for the overall bass
Certainly a dangerous scene! Makes me wanna watch again this weekend!
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damn, i just got that movie, NF, and i am still using my 12" subs. i am building 2 large 18"s.

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It has to be ulse, because of the rapid fire succession with low bass. That movie kills subs.

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Of course he was referring to girlfriends after high school, but the same applies to subs - which, if you are in this forum is the girlfriend we have an affair with for a running time of 2 hours in one session.
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Just for fun I was wondering what you guys say is the ultimate subwoofer killer movie? What movie has fried more subs than any?

A couple obvious ones that come to mind would be the edge of tomorrow opening scene, interstellar launch scene and war of the world's.

I know there are several more sub killer movies out there so what do you guys think? What movie has the lowest bass with the longest durations? @MrGrey you should be able to comment here
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Hmmm, joking right? I finally watched it yesterday and the bass was almost non existent...good film though.
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An Oldie but Goodie:

Cloverfield

But there are a few Scenes in Interstellar, that make you hold on and grab the remote with your finger hovering over the Mute button!

When the Dishes start rattling in the Kitchen I know the Move has deep Bass. Hard to pick a top film.

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In The Magnificent Seven as the enemy started to arrive in town to start the big shootout scene there is tons of 20hz content!! its like a damn sine wave for minuets on end, the FV15HP started to smell so i had to turn it down and that's without any DSP or anything just raw volume, no other film has done that to me.


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I just rewatched the Magnificent 7 bass scenes again with the transducers picking up the bottom end. The Crowsons bring a crazy amount of tactile bass for the infrasonics below 25-30Hz that I never had before (basically on concrete slab). And judging by where most the movie bass is centered, the nearfield MBMs did little to improve it...likely why I wasn't that impressed the first couple viewings.

There's a single gunshot at 0:56:35 that hits like a truck and is very similar in feel and sound to The Accountant's monster sniper rifle blasts. At 1:28:23 is one horse galloping scene and the much longer bass filled scene starting at 1:36:48. And of course those very impressive TNT blasts scattered throughout the opening and closing of the film.
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Maybe that wasn't the intent of the thread, but how many subs would actually be "fried"? I thought protection/limiters would prevent that?
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Maybe not a sub killer (possibly), but I think Midnight Special easily has some of the hottest and most violent 30Hz bass of any film...dare I say better than Flight of the Phoenix crash scene, San Andreas, etc. Here's the graph link: http://www.avsforum.com/forum/113-subwoofers-bass-transducers/1333462-new-master-list-bass-movies-frequency-charts-post44664105.html

I'm rewatching it right now and holy crap, have to turn the transducers down a notch. The bass is widely considered to be too hot and not mixed appropriately for the film versus the dialogue, but that's what makes it fun. It's an overlooked monster bass movie for sure.

My favorite scenes are at 00:22:00, 00:34:00, 1:01:00, and 01:35:00 but the soundtrack is just riddled with stupid amounts of bass.

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Ya but I'd like to find the one ULTIMATE sub killer this time. Is there a way I can start a poll? If so how do I do it?

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The oldest sub test I recall since joining AVS was Pulse in 2007

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Just for fun I was wondering what you guys say is the ultimate subwoofer killer movie? What movie has fried more subs than any?

A couple obvious ones that come to mind would be the edge of tomorrow opening scene, interstellar launch scene and war of the world's.

I know there are several more sub killer movies out there so what do you guys think? What movie has the lowest bass with the longest durations? @MrGrey you should be able to comment here
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Maybe not a sub killer (possibly), but I think Midnight Special easily has some of the hottest and most violent 30Hz bass of any film...dare I say better than Flight of the Phoenix crash scene, San Andreas, etc. Here's the graph link: http://www.avsforum.com/forum/showthread.php?p=44664105

I'm rewatching it right now and holy crap, have to turn the transducers down a notch. The bass is widely considered to be too hot and not mixed appropriately for the film versus the dialogue, but that's w4hat makes it fun. It's an overlooked monster bass movie for sure.

My favorite scenes are at 00:22:00, 00:34:00, 1:01:00, and 01:35:00 but the soundtrack is just riddled with stupid amounts of bass.
I would say that qualifies specificly because the dialogue is so low most people have to turn it up more than average to hear talking. What you don't know before you watch it is that the bass is recorded just the opposite! Crazy hot!

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Hasn't this already been done (sticky)?

The New Master List of BASS in Movies with Frequency Charts
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Looking for the one ultimate movie that has killed more subs then any. This isn't a masters list

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I would say that qualifies specificly because the dialogue is so low most people have to turn it up more than average to hear talking. What you don't know before you watch it is that the bass is recorded just the opposite! Crazy hot!
Exactly, because I think the first time I watched it I bumped it up close to reference to hear the dialogue better and then just a couple minutes in comes some ridiculous 25-35Hz bass out of nowhere, and I nearly pooped myself trying to grab the remote.

After rewatching just 15 minutes or so of the key scenes I listed in my last post, Midnight Special probably has the most sustained bass of any film I've heard. For those that haven't watched it, there's deep bass in the background for an absurd amount of the movie.
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Ya but I'd like to find the one ULTIMATE sub killer this time. Is there a way I can start a poll? If so how do I do it?
No need,

Edge of Tomorrow (before the opening credits even roll)

Without a doubt hits louder and lower than ANY other flick.

Several steps in 5Hz increments will have something for almost every system
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Not a great bass movie, but Oblivion has a few very impressive bass scenes.
Not a great movie, but Godzilla 2014 has some really impressive bass.
Deep Water Horizon will certainly give your subwoofer a good work out, as did San Andreas

however, I agree EoT is the ultimate sub killer! I knew about this scene, having watched the movie before...but new AV rec was set to dynamic volume and I didn't catch it...almost destroyed my Outlaw LFM-1!

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Hmmm, joking right? I finally watched it yesterday and the bass was almost non existent...good film though.
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Pulse server room scene one of my all time favorites. Not sure there is any movie out there that will kill my subs though because I have them setup and dialed in to handle reference level playback and some down into the teens. Anything below that the protection circuits and dsp filters are in placd to protect the subs below tune.

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