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Originally Posted by pokekevin View Post

Too many.plot holes imho !

Fair enough. Thanks!
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What a great year for bass movies this is turning out to be. smile.gif
Enders Game, All is Lost, Escape Plan were all very good.
All is Lost was like Captain Philips on crack! Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
That Tanker scene
was great.
Were gonna need someone to make a new demo disc soon!
post #14163 of 16105
Escape plan was great! All is lost was so so. Imo
post #14164 of 16105
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Originally Posted by bori View Post

What other Bass movies have been better?

I'll get back to you on that, but off the top of my head I think Man of Steel had great bass throughout the 2+ hour running time. I know others that participate on this thread will disagree with this, but it sounded great on my system.
post #14165 of 16105
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Originally Posted by djoberg View Post

I'll get back to you on that, but off the top of my head I think Man of Steel had great bass throughout the 2+ hour running time. I know others that participate on this thread will disagree with this, but it sounded great on my system.

In the end that's all that matters. ;)

post #14166 of 16105
Just finish watching Halo 4-forward unto dawn. Holy smoke 5 stars in my book for both output and extension even with watching at -15 MV due to late night. Highly recommended.
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How low does f.Irene scene go in BHD? I played the scene atleast six times before tripping the breakers. I watched my subs during that scene and man my drivers go through a work out. In that scene it's more structural shakes. And I can feel like wind blowing through the hairs on my legs.. Lol. Don't know how to describe it. Hmm, and I don't know how much dbs my subs were hitting. But my MV was at -4 with a very mild HC on the subs.
post #14168 of 16105
I think its 5hz.
post #14169 of 16105
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Originally Posted by Mrkazador View Post

I think its 5hz.

Could it be that I've repeatedly played that scene that trip my breakers? All four of my subs is on its own dedicated 20 amp circuit. But one of em is sharing the circuit with the receiver and the TV. But 3 of the subs trip. And thing is the one sharing the A/V equipment didn't trip.. Wtf?
Edited by rhed - 2/12/14 at 11:00pm
post #14170 of 16105
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Originally Posted by Bassoholic View Post

Just finish watching Halo 4-forward unto dawn. Holy smoke 5 stars in my book for both output and extension even with watching at -15 MV due to late night. Highly recommended.

Where did you watch it on Netflix?
post #14171 of 16105
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Originally Posted by rhed View Post

How low does f.Irene scene go in BHD? I played the scene atleast six times before tripping the breakers. I watched my subs during that scene and man my drivers go through a work out. In that scene it's more structural shakes. And I can feel like wind blowing through the hairs on my legs.. Lol. Don't know how to describe it. Hmm, and I don't know how much dbs my subs were hitting. But my MV was at -4 with a very mild HC on the subs.

Just checked the Antimode 2.0. The HC was disabled. Huh?
post #14172 of 16105
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Originally Posted by Mrkazador View Post

My favorite scene in cloverfield is when the bridge crashes down. There's this low end rumble that shakes the ground, love it.

Around what time stamp is this scene? I'm struggling to remember a bridge crashing scene in Cloverfield.
post #14173 of 16105
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Originally Posted by GPBURNS View Post

Ender’s Game 7.1 DTS-MA
watched full reference - slight house curve ( DSP PGM 2 on submersives)

Fantastic audio track – really liked the presentation and mix
Nice extension and weight – superb quality –
Nice wide soundstage – tons of detail -
Oh and the black level on the video – wow
Great disc all around

Great summary and could not agree more. Wow! Fantastic bass/audio track and tons of detail. Top notch PQ on top of it all. GREAT disc. Need to track down a used copy at some point to experience the full lossless track. Both rocket launch scenes were awesome for LFE, the Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
planet burning up toward the end
and a number of other moments.
post #14174 of 16105
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Originally Posted by jchong View Post


Around what time stamp is this scene? I'm struggling to remember a bridge crashing scene in Cloverfield.

 

00:26:30

post #14175 of 16105
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Originally Posted by Toe View Post

Great summary and could not agree more. Wow! Fantastic bass/audio track and tons of detail. Top notch PQ on top of it all. GREAT disc. Need to track down a used copy at some point to experience the full lossless track. Both rocket launch scenes were awesome for LFE, the Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
planet burning up toward the end
and a number of other moments.


With all this no full lossless talk, along with a reported first rate audio and video, has me tempted to just send my Netflix copy back and just buy it biggrin.gif
post #14176 of 16105
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Originally Posted by Toe View Post

Great summary and could not agree more. Wow! Fantastic bass/audio track and tons of detail. Top notch PQ on top of it all. GREAT disc. Need to track down a used copy at some point to experience the full lossless track. .

sweet -
Have 3 on tap to watch - Halo , All is Lost and a movie I finally found a copy of Inside (2007) "À l'intérieur"
noting till weekend thou - Exam week in my household - something about 115 DB 20Hz being distracting .
little off topic watched some nice music/documentaries recently - Sound City and Marley -both sounded superb in lossless .
hearing Marley in DTSMA amazing - best his stuff ever sounded
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curious to hear what you think of "all is lost" GP...

split reviews...but i find myself siding with nube as far as bass is concerned...


that Marley doc sounds interesting tho...was that a pbs broadcast or disc...?




umm...nevermind...DTSMA
Edited by lefthandluke - 2/13/14 at 4:49am
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can anyone post the time stamps of the best sounding scenes in Oblivion?
post #14179 of 16105
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Originally Posted by GPBURNS View Post

sweet -
Have 3 on tap to watch - Halo , All is Lost and a movie I finally found a copy of Inside (2007) "À l'intérieur"
noting till weekend thou - Exam week in my household - something about 115 DB 20Hz being distracting .
little off topic watched some nice music/documentaries recently - Sound City and Marley -both sounded superb in lossless .
hearing Marley in DTSMA amazing - best his stuff ever sounded

Thanks for the Marley rec. Was pleasantly surprised Netflix had this on blu ray. cool.gif Should get it next week. All is Lost and Carrie up next from NF.
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Originally Posted by audiofan1 View Post

With all this no full lossless talk, along with a reported first rate audio and video, has me tempted to just send my Netflix copy back and just buy it biggrin.gif


The lossy track must be the same mix and still sounds great. You might as well watch it since you already have it there and see what you think before buying. I am sure you will love it from a technical perspective, but the movie itself may or may not be your cup of tea. Either way, it's a fantastic HT ride. cool.gif
post #14180 of 16105
usually the lossless track is not the same as the DD track. That said, I saw the DD track and thought the bass was awesome.

Are the graphs based on the DD track?
post #14181 of 16105
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Originally Posted by mo949 View Post

usually the lossless track is not the same as the DD track. That said, I saw the DD track and thought the bass was awesome.

Are the graphs based on the DD track?


Interesting. I really have not seen too many comparisons, but I figured they would be the same mix. How are the mixes different between the DD and MA track on Enders Game? I am also curious what the general volume difference is between the two tracks.
Edited by Toe - 2/13/14 at 11:46am
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Originally Posted by detroit1 View Post

can anyone post the time stamps of the best sounding scenes in Oblivion?

 

These are my favorite scenes from the movie.

 

00:09:00 - repairing drone in stadium

00:19:00 - tom cruise falls down, bass sweep.

01:08:00 - I don't know why I like this one, just a cool scene.

01:55:00 - ending

post #14183 of 16105
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Originally Posted by Mrkazador View Post

00:19:00 - tom cruise falls down, bass sweep.

I know you're being thoughtful so forgive me, you have to admit, that reads funny.

...tongue.gif
post #14184 of 16105
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Originally Posted by lefthandluke View Post

curious to hear what you think of "all is lost" GP...

split reviews...but i find myself siding with nube as far as bass is concerned...


that Marley doc sounds interesting tho...was that a pbs broadcast or disc...?




umm...nevermind...DTSMA

for sure on all I lost - looking forward to it
Marley was feature film but got limited run
Its a must for any fan - well any music lover really
post #14185 of 16105
looking forward to all is lost tonight. Description on the netflix sleeve says there is zero dialogue..... the guy has to at least talk to himself (or wilson) lol
post #14186 of 16105
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Originally Posted by BeeMan458 View Post

You commented: "Maybe different subs and/or room would change things for me and then again maybe not."

What I'm not understanding, without standards, how can anybody know what anything is going sound like in anybody's listening venue?

"Act of Valor"

Boat Scene

Producers and Sound Engineers sit down and painstakingly work to master a noteworthy effort and then folks come along and mash it all up and it just makes no sense. I openly acknowledge that I've gone over to the dark side so pretty much, I've lost my impartiality when I read how people run their systems at a measured 10dB hot.


Come-To-The-Dark-Side-We-Have-Cookies_1921-l.jpeg

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Bee what happened to this thought? Looks like Luke brought you back to the good side lol

So much for being a purist
post #14187 of 16105

Brian how easy did you find it to use your mindsp, and how effective was it?  I have mine ordered and the email said I would also have to purchase and download a plugin? I have not checked on this yet.

post #14188 of 16105
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Originally Posted by bear123 View Post

Brian how easy did you find it to use your mindsp, and how effective was it?  I have mine ordered and the email said I would also have to purchase and download a plugin? I have not checked on this yet.
Very easy. But yes you have to download a plugin. Once you run REW you can have it create filters specifically for the MINIdsp. Then you import them over an boom your done.

When it comes in pm me and I'll help you through it.
post #14189 of 16105

Cool thanks, I should be able to mess with it around the 26th.  I assume it will be here before then.  Going to do some before and after graphs of the PB2000, which hopefully some will find helpful as there are no reviews of this sub yet.  Going to see if there is any benefit(or detriment) to running a PSW110 in conjunction for room smoothing mid bass if needed.  Especially since the subs are so mismatched I am curious to see the effect.

post #14190 of 16105
I recommend buying the plugin now. Play around with it a bit to get used to it and see what all the settings are all about. It will reduce the learning curve once it come in.


The beauty if the MINIdsp is you can immediately run an REW sweep and see the change immediately. Or while playing bass heavy content you can hear the change in real time. Very cool.
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