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Haunter?
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Originally Posted by wth718 View Post

It definitely aint Carrie, that's for sure. Movie was a huge disappointment in both bass and the movie itself. JMO, of course.

My Netflix que was running out of movies and "Carrie" came up eek.gif Oh well biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Toe View Post

Wonder what it is then..... confused.gif Enders Game would be my best guess for one of them, but the other?? The Lance Armstrong film hits tom, but I feel pretty confident it's not that. tongue.gif

EDIT: I am guessing All is Lost as well after checking the releases for tom.

Not if the LA movie isn't on a ELF enhancing drug biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by audiofan1 View Post

Not if the LA movie isn't on a ELF enhancing drug biggrin.gif


HA! Good point! smile.gif Of course if that is the case, it will be denied even after data-bass shows proof of the contrary.
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Why the cliffhanger? Can't you just tell us what two big time movies?!???
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Sorry about that; I didn't mean to be so cryptic, but I was posting literally seconds before a meeting and didn't think much about it. Ender's Game and All is Lost are the two movies. I'll post all the details tmw @ data-bass after they're officially released.
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^^^^ As long as the suspense doesn't turn out like watching Geraldo's Al Capone's vault mad.gif, I'm waiting patiently biggrin.gif
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Nice. I got EG hitting tom and All is Lost just shot to the top of the que. cool.gif
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On another note, if you've seen any of the movies in open polls over at data-bass, please vote! Lots of ties that need to be broken, and I don't want to skew the system by being the deciding vote. wink.gif
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Originally Posted by nube View Post

Sorry about that; I didn't mean to be so cryptic, but I was posting literally seconds before a meeting and didn't think much about it. Ender's Game and All is Lost are the two movies. I'll post all the details tmw @ data-bass after they're officially released.
Sweet!!
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Originally Posted by Toe View Post

Nice. I got EG hitting tom and All is Lost just shot to the top of the que. cool.gif

Yep! did that myself! just wish I had a heads up before " Carrie" rolleyes.gif on the two at time plan frown.gif
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I had a feeling All Is Lost was the other one. I've got it coming from Amazon but it looks like this damn weather is going to mess that up just like it did when I ordered Rush. mad.gif
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Originally Posted by Dave_6 View Post

I had a feeling All Is Lost was the other one. I've got it coming from Amazon but it looks like this damn weather is going to mess that up just like it did when I ordered Rush. mad.gif

Don't worry! All is not lost! wink.gif
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Originally Posted by wpbpete View Post

Definitely a good watch and I like how the bass from the Halo theme keeps you engaged until the real fun starts biggrin.gif I'd love to see a graph of the 7 minutes starting at 53:00 if anyone has it.

I got a little time to kill gonna check this out wink.gif
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Originally Posted by audiofan1 View Post


I got a little time to kill gonna check this out wink.gif

The movie itself starts pretty slow, but the soundtrack/effects/BASS really help keep you interested until it picks up...and the last third is all in. It was much more taxing on the system than Cloverfield or the new Evil Dead, that's for sure...and both of those (esp Evil Dead) were really fun to watch/listen to. I kind of want to watch it again haha.

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Originally Posted by nube View Post

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Originally Posted by nube View Post

To everyone reading this and wondering what some of the most demanding scenes are, I made a post in a different thread regarding someone tripping a breaker on the Washington Monument scene in Olympus Has Fallen after never having that problem before. Because it might be useful and particularly illustrative to some others reading this forum, here's the bulk of my post with minor edits in [brackets].

I think what's going on here [re: breaker popping] is that the OHF Washington Monument scene asks your amps, wiring, and breakers to pass a LARGE amount of current for a very long time, about 21 seconds as shown in this SL graph:



The scene finishes with a huge blast at the end. What's likely happening is your breaker is really warm and close to tripping to begin with in that scene, after passing so much current for so long, then the last four seconds and the final bit with content to DC pops it over the edge. The end of that scene asks your bass managed system (not running hot) to produce 124dB, and a large portion of it from dc-3Hz.

A more efficient amp (if that's truly what the IPR is) might work, although the end of that scene is a LOT to ask of an amp @ 2ohms, same for your wiring/breaker.

Take some heart, though - that's about the worst case scenario your system is ever going to see. There really aren't any scenes that compare with that one in terms of intensity & duration.

TIH Cop Car Smash is fun, but isn't close:



HTTYD's Dragon Crash is a powerful effect, but the duration isn't [comparable]:



WOTW's Plane Crash has deep content, for sure, but doesn't ask for the same sustained output:



[It was brought up that the Pulse Server Room scene might present an interesting comparison.]

[Pulse Server Room Scene isn't a] constant duration effect, and not [nearly] as intense:



In fact, it's hard to find another scene directly comparable to Olympus Has Fallen's Washington Monument scene.

However, I did find one:

The Last Airbender's Water Wall scene is the only thing that comes close:



It's [much] longer than OHF's WashMon scene (4x longer), but less intense and not as deep [especially in the content around and below 20Hz].

So, I think if you can get your settings & system dialed in to where you never clip or trip the breaker on the OHF WashMon scene, AND you have all the output you could ever want (even to show off), you'll never have to worry again.

Not even the legendary War of the Worlds - Pods Emerge scene can compare. It's really darn good, but it's missing the unrelenting, constant use of the full bandwidth for such a duration. Here's proof:

War of the Worlds - Pods Emerge scene, Death Ray sequence



And, War of the Worlds - Pods Emerge scene, ground cracking sequence


For your consideration, I present All Is Lost (1:24:27-1:25:22):



It's not the OHF Washington Monument scene, but it's still quite long, loud, and very deep.
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Nice, Nube, what settings are you using so I can compare for myself and keep things the same. I am using Bosso's settings which look really cool and I matched the SPL chart to what I hit in room so I can see what the spec lab shows for me. Most likely not correct but sure is fun! It gives me something to mess with while I wait for more movies to come out.
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You should graph the rocket launch scene from ender's game. That was intense.
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just ordered both from amazon...smile.gif
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Originally Posted by notnyt View Post

You should graph the rocket launch scene from ender's game. That was intense.

I swear I just saw it graphed somewhere. Looked like OHF monument scene or that All Is Lost graph right up there, iirc.
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not,

I will have it later today, as well as measurements. My time's really limited this week due to school.
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Originally Posted by drwinlied View Post

The movie itself starts pretty slow, but the soundtrack/effects/BASS really help keep you interested until it picks up...and the last third is all in. It was much more taxing on the system than Cloverfield or the new Evil Dead, that's for sure...and both of those (esp Evil Dead) were really fun to watch/listen to. I kind of want to watch it again haha.

Good assessment! the bass content that was there is a solid 4 stars and perhaps more(pending a second viewing at reference, which I will do soon biggrin.gif ). I watched it late last night at -30 with Dynamic EQ on, offset to 5 and still got room pressurizing sound:eek:. The bass was also very clean and punchy when called for , only a few times did I mildly suspect filtering below 15-20 hz but this could be due to playback level being so low and it may very well go lower, much lower. I would love however to see this one graphed ! Good find , its slow to start, but have to agree the soundtrack does keep you engaged till the visceral onslaught at the end wink.gif
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Originally Posted by audiofan1 View Post

I would love however to see this one graphed

http://data-bass.ipbhost.com/index.php?/topic/12-the-low-frequency-content-thread-films-games-music-etc/page-32#entry859
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Score! my subjective review was dead on tongue.gif Now I can't wait to watch it at full volume Thanks! did you get to watch this one?
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Originally Posted by audiofan1 View Post

Score! my subjective review was dead on tongue.gif Now I can't wait to watch it at full volume Thanks! did you get to watch this one?
I haven't joined that forum, any chance you can post the graph here?
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Is that near enough a full minute of sub 20Hz bass on All is Lost? Nice biggrin.gif

Some 'normal' people who see this film at a cinema then come round for a listen on some of the systems owned by people on here are going to be in for a surprise tongue.gif lol
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Originally Posted by audiofan1 View Post

Score! my subjective review was dead on tongue.gif Now I can't wait to watch it at full volume Thanks! did you get to watch this one?


Not yet. Did you stream it and if so, what is the audio?
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Originally Posted by Scott Simonian View Post


I swear I just saw it graphed somewhere. Looked like OHF monument scene or that All Is Lost graph right up there, iirc.

 

http://www.avsforum.com/t/1333462/the-new-master-list-of-bass-in-movies-with-frequency-charts/13700_100#post_24299197

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Originally Posted by Toe View Post

Not yet. Did you stream it and if so, what is the audio?

Thats the rub, it was streamed DD 5.1 & Super HD pq, I put it in the Que to checkout the disc as well but it for audio it seemed to be all there wink.gif
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Originally Posted by notnyt View Post

You should graph the rocket launch scene from ender's game. That was intense.

Agreed the movie definitely had some sweet moments like that.
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