Originally Posted by impala454
I for the life of me cannot find where I got this (if I do I'll post the link), but I have a sound meter app for my PPC sprint phone
. It's nothin fancy but will get in the ballpark!
Thank you, treat this like an Apollo moon landing
a one off and then use those findings for when it comes out on DVD or Bluray as well as making notes how did it feel where did you feel the low end most and most importantly the cinema, pictures all around, that’s my goal that’s my mission when attending.
Does the cinema have rocker seating and did it make you jolt back in the seat with slam types of low end, one thing it’s very difficult to tell if the low end is coming from the screen LCR or LFE.1 in some cinemas. What I mean is some of the low end may appear to be LFE.1 when in fact it might be coming from the centre channel.
What I noticed with Transformers last year was fair bit of jolt that knocked me back in the rocker, some was kick and some was slam while most other effects had deep pressure pressing on my body in waves, particularly on the opening as the osprey. It wasn’t too long before it came out on DVD and therefore I could still remember the deep tone and after looking at the huge SPL db levels it was more than satisfying to last a few years.
Mostly down at 40Hz peak when the osprey first appears with shadow over the desert then changes pitch in sound as it appears in fall.