Abe Lincoln: Vampire Hunter is a three star for me after looking at the waterfalls. Maybe 2.5. What's frustrating about this one is that most of this movie is above 25Hz, but there are a couple scenes where the ULF is allowed in. Overall, the audio in this movie is very good, but the LFE is pretty disappointing.
I felt the whole train battle should have been full of infra, but it wasn't. Just a little bit towards the end. Here's what I got from the DVDs Dolby Digital track:
I like having this list of movies and the times of the subwoofer events - however my times and chapters don't seem to match up with this list. I'm using the original BR discs (not copies) for most of these and I can't seem to figure out where the subwoofer events occur. I would love it if at some point the list was updated to say something like Casino Royal - chapter 2 - moment when truck crashes through...
Well, what do you think is flat? The real question is how flat is it when turned up as compression sets in at the lower frequencies without displacement and power. I think there are members here with responses of their fathoms but who knows where.
Just saw this thread and eager to try out my new PA-150 Sub. I'm eager to see how it hits the 20-30HZ range. Everything else this sub seems to shine. I want to test it with the new Avengers movie. Any scenes where you suggest?