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Man I love the CB3 HD more and more each day, incredible flexibility!
I'm rockin the 5 sub option and all I can say is holy guacamole! The low frequency info in the center and surround channels is mind blowing I didn't realize those channels carried so much low jolt!! Watching jurassic Park on Blu-ray, which is one of my all time favorites was an amazing experience... Best experience with this movie I've had since it's release! The visceral impact is addicting! Theta you rock baby!
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Man I love the CB3 HD more and more each day, incredible flexibility!
I'm rockin the 5 sub option and all I can say is holy guacamole! The low frequency info in the center and surround channels is mind blowing I didn't realize those channels carried so much low jolt!! Watching jurassic Park on Blu-ray, which is one of my all time favorites was an amazing experience... Best experience with this movie I've had since it's release! The visceral impact is addicting! Theta you rock baby!
If you really want to test your center and surrounds and subwoofers for low frequency content try watching Interstellar on Blu-ray! I am so glad that I have full range surrounds and a center.
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If you really want to test your center and surrounds and subwoofers for low frequency content try watching Interstellar on Blu-ray! I am so glad that I have full range surrounds and a center.
YEA! I felt like I was going thru that black hole to another planet!

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Yes Interstellar made me jump out of my seat. It was the first movie I watched after going dual subs. And it shocked me.

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I watched interstellar when it hit Blu-ray, didn't like it much, not sure I could sit through it again. I do agree on the bass though!
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