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post #5911 of 16171
Just watched 9. Cool little flick. Great bass! Without this thread would never have given it a spin! Totally agree with 5 stars
post #5912 of 16171
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:

ALVH1.jpg

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ALVH3.jpg

ALVH4.jpg

ALVH5.jpg

ALVH6.jpg

ALVH7.jpg
post #5913 of 16171
So which subs go down to 20Hz my JL audio Fathom F113 don't frown.gif
post #5914 of 16171
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Originally Posted by Brian Fineberg View Post

Just watched 9. Cool little flick. Great bass! Without this thread would never have given it a spin! Totally agree with 5 stars

+1
post #5915 of 16171
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Originally Posted by Brian Fineberg View Post

Just watched 9. Cool little flick. Great bass! Without this thread would never have given it a spin! Totally agree with 5 stars

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Originally Posted by holt7153 View Post

+1

+2
post #5916 of 16171
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...
post #5917 of 16171
This thread has been hazardous to my wallet.
post #5918 of 16171
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Originally Posted by jeffw69 View Post

This thread has been hazardous to my wallet.

This forum has done the same for me cool.gif
post #5919 of 16171
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Originally Posted by wse View Post

So which subs go down to 20Hz my JL audio Fathom F113 don't frown.gif

Seriously ?
post #5920 of 16171
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Originally Posted by wse View Post

So which subs go down to 20Hz my JL audio Fathom F113 don't frown.gif

Then you don't have a F113.
post #5921 of 16171
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Originally Posted by saprano View Post

Then you don't have a F113.

LOOOOL!!!!
post #5922 of 16171
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Originally Posted by saprano View Post

Then you don't have a F113.

Not flat according to their web site.

Frequency Response (Anechoic) 20 - 86 Hz (1.5dB) -3 dB
post #5923 of 16171
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Originally Posted by Gary J View Post

Not flat according to their web site.
Frequency Response (Anechoic) 20 - 86 Hz (1.5dB) -3 dB

+/- 3 dBs is flat, so the minus 3 dB point being 20hz is flat.
post #5924 of 16171
fooled me!
post #5925 of 16171
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Originally Posted by Gary J View Post

fooled me!

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.
post #5926 of 16171
Quote:
Not flat according to their web site.
Frequency Response (Anechoic) 20 - 86 Hz (1.5dB) -3 dB
FWIW, the full FR numbers - listed more clearly in the owner's manual (2.2Mb PDF) - are:
Quote:
20-86 Hz (+1.5dB)
–3 dB at 18 Hz / 127 Hz
–10 dB at 16 Hz / 154 Hz
post #5927 of 16171
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Originally Posted by eljaycanuck View Post

FWIW, the full FR numbers - listed more clearly in the owner's manual (2.2Mb PDF) - are:

Much better, flat from 18-127hz.
post #5928 of 16171
A bit off topic - lets get back to the boom.
post #5929 of 16171
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Originally Posted by saprano View Post

Then you don't have a F113.

http://www.blu-ray.com/community/gallery.php?member=wes&folderid=3141

ENJOY
post #5930 of 16171
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Originally Posted by wingnut4772 View Post

A bit off topic - lets get back to the boom.

Yes, last night I watched "The Women in Black" and the walls were vibrating smile.gif

http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/The-Woman-in-Black-Blu-ray/39377/
post #5931 of 16171
Savages 2.5 stars
No bass to speak of. Did a short 2000sec waterfall only. Rest of movie is the same:
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Not going to do the extra effort of screenshotting individual scenes until theres a movie worth doing..
post #5932 of 16171
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Originally Posted by wingnut4772 View Post

A bit off topic - lets get back to the boom.
.

not at all
post #5933 of 16171

Holy moly dude. Is that setup all yours. If so, that is very nice eek.gif

The Denon D7000's are nice too!
post #5934 of 16171
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?
post #5935 of 16171
I'd suggest underworld instead, but when they blow up the base at 00:09:50 and then when hulk comes out at 00:01:50 just keep watching.
post #5936 of 16171
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Originally Posted by fecund View Post

I'd suggest underworld instead, but when they blow up the base at 00:09:50 and then when hulk comes out at 00:01:50 just keep watching.
I think you mean Avengers right?? Though the new Underworld would also be a good choice. smile.gif
post #5937 of 16171
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Originally Posted by edoggrc51 View Post

I think you mean Avengers right?? Though the new Underworld would also be a good choice. smile.gif

Havent seen the new Underworld? How is it compared to the previous ones?
post #5938 of 16171
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Originally Posted by fecund View Post

I'd suggest underworld instead, but when they blow up the base at 00:09:50 and then when hulk comes out at 00:01:50 just keep watching.

Sweet I will check it out but it is Avengers...lol...Thanks for the suggestion
post #5939 of 16171
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Originally Posted by Jonspicoli View Post

Havent seen the new Underworld? How is it compared to the previous ones?
Mid-bass MONSTER! Its defintely a fun movie to watch.
post #5940 of 16171
yeah those were avengers's timelines.

In UA when she fires her automatic pistol, i can feel each shot. So much bass in that movie.
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