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post #3241 of 5741 Old 05-25-2009, 01:01 PM
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Anywone do a waterfall on "Abominable"? Lalo Schiffrin's score and those bigfoot stops are a foce to be reconed with.

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Hi,

Love this forum! I just wanted to share this with everyone: BOLT Blu-ray. Amazing SQ and PQ. Phenomenal bass throughout! Enjoy!
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Love this forum! I just wanted to share this with everyone: BOLT Blu-ray. Amazing SQ and PQ. Phenomenal bass throughout! Enjoy!

Welcome, this is a very cool thread...the Bolt comment was about 20 pages back.. What kind of sub/sub's are u using ?

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Hi,

Love this forum! I just wanted to share this with everyone: BOLT Blu-ray. Amazing SQ and PQ. Phenomenal bass throughout! Enjoy!

Welcome buckythx, enjoy the fun.

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Welcome, this is a very cool thread...the Bolt comment was about 20 pages back.. What kind of sub/sub's are u using ?

Thanks for the welcome! Oops! Guess I should do some research before posting next time! Right now, I have dual MFW-15s. Had many others, including SVS, Velodyne, Sunfire, Hsu, to name a few. How about you? Also, what are some of your favorite BASS movies?
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Thanks for the welcome! Oops! Guess I should do some research before posting next time! Right now, I have dual MFW-15s. Had many others, including SVS, Velodyne, Sunfire, Hsu, to name a few. How about you? Also, what are some of your favorite BASS movies?

The good Dr. that started the thread has a pretty killer list, click on his signature.
I run two Elemental Design A5-350's along with a Sunfire amp and Def Tech 2000's..sounds pretty deadly.
My fave bass bumper's, not in any order- Incredible Hulk, Hitman, Serentiy, Sunshine, Cloverfield, Dark Knight, Live Free Die Hard, I Robot, Day After Tomorrow, 3 chapters of War of the Worlds , budz, i could go on..just some that i own....when you get some time, go through this thread, i'm sure you'll find many movies that you wouldn't normally rent or buy.

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u wouldnt consider these scenes below 40hz
the grasshopper horn alarm
the food spilling from leaf
the gustof wind while floating on dandelion
the flaming wall of death
the spider walking through city

I dont have a way to verify it

the grasshopper horn alarm = 25hz
the food spilling from leaf = 35hz
the flaming wall of death = 30hz
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the grasshopper horn alarm = 25hz
the food spilling from leaf = 35hz
the flaming wall of death = 30hz

Yup, as I mentioned, ULF's are non-existant.

P.S. I consider ULF's to be anything below 25hz
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Yup, as I mentioned, ULF's are non-existant.

P.S. I consider ULF's to be anything below 25hz

ok cool.. i had no way on measuring these responses.. still fun to play though...
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Welcome buckythx, enjoy the fun.

Thank you, Dr. PainMD, for starting this thread! My subs are getting quite a workout thanks to you and everyone else here. I've discovered a lot of great bass in movies I would never have considered. Very cool thread! Thanks again!
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I just watched Valkyrie and it sounds great. The sound is very dynamic and real. Great recording with some intense bass that shocks you. Made everyone jump.
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Thank you, Dr. PainMD, for starting this thread! My subs are getting quite a workout thanks to you and everyone else here. I've discovered a lot of great bass in movies I would never have considered. Very cool thread! Thanks again!

your very welcome

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I just watched Valkyrie and it sounds great. The sound is very dynamic and real. Great recording with some intense bass that shocks you. Made everyone jump.

+1, as per above... Pleasantly surprised.

Just saw Star Trek in theater--wow! That is going to be great on BR later this year. Can't wait to work over my system with that one!!!

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+1, as per above... Pleasantly surprised.
Just saw Star Trek in theater--wow! That is going to be great on BR later this year. Can't wait to work over my system with that one!!!

That should be a good one for sure.

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not sure if this has been mentioned... but if not here it goes..

Superman: Doomsday cartoon... they have it on bluray http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/movies...ow=userreviews

the reviews arent that great.. but i thought it was pretty good.. with lots of LFE during the fight scenes
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Valkyrie has monstrous bass in a few scenes-




The thing about Valkyrie is that he just was exposed to a loud explosion so he's hearing nothing but lows and they're deep and loonnnng. Kind of like rolling thunder. It's a unique moment because you realize he can't hear the high freqs and they play it up by treating you to those low rumbles and not much else. I've watched that scene at least a dozen times.

So no, the movie isn't filled with bass treats, but this scene is fun because of the effect's affect on your senses. I also love the roar of the planes right after this and, I'm thinking this is the same movie, you can hear his heartrate increasing in the tense assassination scene. Again -cool use of bass.
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I noted the best, deepest bass was around that part as well. Especially when Spock is explaining what happened during the mind-meld. A deep bass sweep right there. Loved the punchy bass when the starships would go to warp speed too. Can't wait to hear this one at home.

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I left a PM for you a while back. Just curious which theater you saw Star Trek in. I seriously heard distortion coming from the left wall at the Sierra Vista Theater during that implosion. I believe it was theater #7. It's the one with really no theme on the walls, 2nd door to the left from the lobby. Of course, looking at your rig, you probably don't have those kinds of problems at home!
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Has anyone seen "Outlander", was wondering if it had any Bass?


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I'm sure most have heard this but in Mr.and Mrs.Smith, there is an awesome scene where Brad and Angela are having the scrap in their home and Brad picks up a cleaver and throws it at Angela and misses. The impact that it makes when it hits the wall is my favorite demo and impresses the h*ll out of me.
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I'm sure most have heard this but in Mr.and Mrs.Smith, there is an awesome scene where Brad and Angela are having the scrap in their home and Brad picks up a cleaver and throws it at Angela and misses. The impact that it makes when it hits the wall is my favorite demo and impresses the h*ll out of me.

Was that the basement scene where its practically mixed or seems to be mixed on all-channels? I've only watched this film/DVD region 2 once. I might take another look at the region 2 DVD.
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Watching it now I've skipped though most of the dull soap to the action sequences.

Oh, yeah that meat cleaver attacks nice on the LFE.1 track only, while the automatic machinegun fire is down many db on the LFE.1. Hits me, uniformly! God damn the kitchen is totally written off! LOL

I've outlined the meat cleaver impact in white.

Nothing compared to the gas valve venting gas into the kitchen went it sparks! KABOOM! God damn looks like there going to need makeover they've totally destroyed the kitchen!







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Has anyone seen "Outlander", was wondering if it had any Bass?


Thanks for hint, doc. It's look like good rent.

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Just finished watching Shooter for the first time. This was a great mix, with very dynamic lfe, and midbass. The bass was never over done, with a nice clean punch.

Also just finished watching The Incredibles as well... what an exciting track with loads of clean, deep bass, but again, appropriate, and never over done, due to its dynamic range. This movie truly showed off the JL. There are so many scenes where it demands that the woofer to stop dead its tracks, and the JL did not dissappoint in the least. I received a nice massage with this movie, due to all the low, tactile bass.

I can't wait to get number two!
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Just finished watching Shooter for the first time. This was a great mix, with very dynamic lfe, and midbass. The bass was never over done, with a nice clean punch.

Also just finished watching The Incredibles as well... what an exciting track with loads of clean, deep bass, but again, appropriate, and never over done, due to its dynamic range. This movie truly showed off the JL. There are so many scenes where it demands that the woofer to stop dead its tracks, and the JL did not dissappoint in the least. I received a nice massage with this movie, due to all the low, tactile bass.

I can't wait to get number two!

Good low 20hz scene when they load that ball thingy in to rocket, before launch.

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I just finished watching this. This movie hit's hard. It had Dts & Dolby option, watched the Dts version. The first 6-7 minutes will give you an idea of how hard a lot of the scene's hit. Not a bad show, for the bass, overall i'd really score it in the 4.5 range.

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Yeah between what DB is considered to be high enough for this list??

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I left a PM for you a while back. Just curious which theater you saw Star Trek in. I seriously heard distortion coming from the left wall at the Sierra Vista Theater during that implosion. I believe it was theater #7. It's the one with really no theme on the walls, 2nd door to the left from the lobby. Of course, looking at your rig, you probably don't have those kinds of problems at home!

Not sure exactly which theater I was in. I would have to check my ticket at home though like most of the screens at Sierra Vista, the bass is loud and powerful. I don't remember hearing any distortion while watching 'Trek'. Maybe I have gotten used to it by now as they frequently run the bass hot to the point of overdriving the woofers here.

Terminator had some nice bass in it too... didn't detect much low stuff in theater but the midbass sure rocked.

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Any waterfalls for the first underworld?

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Any waterfalls for the first underworld?

Any specific scenes you want to see? I can do some when i have time, because my local videostore do have now happydays in this weekend and i will rent lots of movies. I go now watch joyride 2.
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Any specific scenes you want to see? I can do some when i have time, because my local videostore do have now happydays in this weekend and i will rent lots of movies. I go now watch joyride 2.

Now I’m almost certain I did a few of Underworld thou the files is on disc and I can’t be asked to load the CD up to check for it.

I was thinking of Viktor “there’s no defeating him he grows stronger” when he gives Selene a good smack on the chops the LFE.1 track only! Really whacks it out, thou it should only accompany the mix not overwhelm it god damn it.

I'm thinking of real time version, hmm I’ll let you think what that might be.

Bugger it I'm looking for it on photobucket 712 no way I’m looking though all that.

I think off the top of my head the range was within 25Hz to 80Hz when he smacked her one. The shots before when Selene, jumps down and takes out Viktor death dealers are around the same value.
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