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Thank you Oklahoma Wolf, and just to verify that war of the world is the one with Tom Cruse right?

Yes indeed.
post #5972 of 16084
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Was it good like the others?
Sent from my DROID BIONIC using Tapatalk 2

Wasn't the best in the series, but it was fun.
post #5973 of 16084
Has anyone checked "UP". Watching it now with my little one and there seems to be a lot of LFE
post #5974 of 16084
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Originally Posted by Brian Fineberg View Post

Has anyone checked "UP". Watching it now with my little one and there seems to be a lot of LFE

The lighting storm scene was pretty impressive.
post #5975 of 16084
The Expendables 2 was a let down on LFE.
post #5976 of 16084
Has anyone tested "The Amazing Spiderman"?
post #5977 of 16084
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Originally Posted by Tweaked05 View Post

Has anyone tested "The Amazing Spiderman"?

just watched it and thought where is the lfe. very little in this movie nothing like SM2.
post #5978 of 16084
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Originally Posted by Tweaked05 View Post

Has anyone tested "The Amazing Spiderman"?

3/5

nothing really demo worthy
post #5979 of 16084
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Originally Posted by Tweaked05 View Post

Has anyone tested "The Amazing Spiderman"?

Not the loudest bass, but unfiltered with content down into the single digits.
post #5980 of 16084
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Originally Posted by wth718 View Post

Not the loudest bass, but unfiltered with content down into the single digits.

Yupp, its one of those movies that i enjoyed much more after increasing the LFE level about 5db´s ..
post #5981 of 16084
Expendables 2:

Only did about 20mins in the middle of the movie with some action scenes. Its not filtered and the level is okayish but probably wont rate higher than 3.5-4 im guessing.
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post #5982 of 16084
Brave.
Tsmuxer couldnt demux the hd-audio from the bluray so this is the french 5.1 instead.
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Complete crap! Im very let down by this. I stopped graphing at about 40mins into the movie since it obvious that its using a steep filter. Im going to return this as a defective disc. I refuse to pay for crap like this.
post #5983 of 16084
Just watched the Battleship Movie the other day and thought the LFE was almost as good as Prometheius....but many of the best scenes to me were just the battleship hitting wave, and engine. It made me wonder if there are any good Ocean or documentaries in general with good LFE? I love HD nature/science type stuff in general because they usually have great eye candy and I can watch with my little boy without fear of bad language (he's in the parrot phase). I saw on here people mention the "Art of Flight", which got me excited (I was hoping it was planes) but less so when I realized it was snow boarding. Can anyone recommend documentaries featuring nature, especially the Ocean, or even Space with good LFE? Seems like it would pair well with wave action.... For that matter, I only saw it on DVD but Journey to the Edge of the Universe seems perfect for that as well. What arre recomendations?
post #5984 of 16084
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Originally Posted by Steveo1234 View Post

Yupp, its one of those movies that i enjoyed much more after increasing the LFE level about 5db´s ..
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Originally Posted by airgas1998 View Post

just watched it and thought where is the lfe. very little in this movie nothing like SM2.

I listened to this movie at normal levels and it had my IB subs working hard the entire movie. One of the few movies where there seemed to be way more inaudible content than audible LFE. If your subs can't do reference below 20 Hz than yes you would be wondering where the LFE content was.
post #5985 of 16084
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Originally Posted by onesquin View Post

I listened to this movie at normal levels and it had my IB subs working hard the entire movie. One of the few movies where there seemed to be way more inaudible content than audible LFE. If your subs can't do reference below 20 Hz than yes you would be wondering where the LFE content was.
I completely agree. I LOVED the LFE in this one. At various points I knew there was inaudible content because I felt the pressure and things around my house started vibrating badly. Couldn't hear a thing though.
post #5986 of 16084
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Originally Posted by the_abbot View Post

I completely agree. I LOVED the LFE in this one. At various points I knew there was inaudible content because I felt the pressure and things around my house started vibrating badly. Couldn't hear a thing though.

I can go below 20hz and was still underwhelmed. Give me a scene/chapter and I'll try again.
post #5987 of 16084
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Originally Posted by fecund View Post

I can go below 20hz and was still underwhelmed. Give me a scene/chapter and I'll try again.
I wouldn't give it anything higher than a 4, but the LFE was utilized very effectively in the soundtrack as a whole. I will have to watch again to find those scenes.
post #5988 of 16084
Expendables 2 Director's Cut would have a better LFE.wink.gif
post #5989 of 16084
Prometheus is a four star to me. Nothing much below 15Hz, most LFE is above 20Hz. Doesn't quite have that something extra that Cabin in the Woods does, though they're both the work of the same re-recording mixers. Very, very well done audio in general though.

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post #5990 of 16084
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Originally Posted by airgas1998 View Post

just watched it and thought where is the lfe. very little in this movie nothing like SM2.
I just watched this tonight and the movie was much better than I expected. The bass was not very strong but it was good enough for the content. IMO there was nothing in the movie that really needed any ULF. The LFE was there and got better as the movie went on.
post #5991 of 16084
i wonder if planet earth has good audio
post #5992 of 16084
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Originally Posted by capricorn kid View Post

I just watched this tonight and the movie was much better than I expected. The bass was not very strong but it was good enough for the content. IMO there was nothing in the movie that really needed any ULF. The LFE was there and got better as the movie went on.

My sentiments exactly.

I know *some* have commented on there being ULF moments, but my SVS sub only has appreciable bass down to around 14-16 Hz. so I missed out on that. mad.gif The next time I watch it I may do as Steveo1234 did and increase my LFE levels by 5 dbs (or more) to see if that helps. But to be sure, there was some decent bass sprinkled throughout the movie (especially the last scene when Spider-Man is slinging from crane to crane on his way to do battle with the Lizard...and then the battle itself). I'd probably opt for 3.5 Stars.
post #5993 of 16084
I'm going with a solid 4. Not over cooked bass and lots of well times and useful Ulf. I loved it!
post #5994 of 16084
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Originally Posted by wth718 View Post

Not the loudest bass, but unfiltered with content down into the single digits.

I watched this last night and I can't think of one moment in this movie where the LFE went under 20? I actually think avengers had a lower bottom.
post #5995 of 16084
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Originally Posted by HeffeMusic View Post

I watched this last night and I can't think of one moment in this movie where the LFE went under 20? I actually think avengers had a lower bottom.

Avengers is no contest as far as deep bass. The scene in the train when he first gets his powers, when he wakes up the next morning, when he fights the gang, the scene with the cranes, most of his scenes with Lizard. I was actually running REW's RTA while re-watching the movie and it definitely has content well into the single digits. Like someone mentioned, this is one movie where it seems the ULF is more prominent than LF. Again, the bass isn't the loudest you'll encounter, but running it hot might make a difference for you.
post #5996 of 16084
Is it possible for subwoofer bass to shake a couch through sound waves alone? (not through floor)
post #5997 of 16084
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Originally Posted by Skylinestar View Post

Is it possible for subwoofer bass to shake a couch through sound waves alone? (not through floor)

Yes. My couch is on concrete... the tapped horns can shake it at higher levels. Especially past the 120dB mark.
post #5998 of 16084
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Originally Posted by HeffeMusic View Post

I watched this last night and I can't think of one moment in this movie where the LFE went under 20? I actually think avengers had a lower bottom.

Watched Amazing Spiderman for the second time, and it has plenty of ULF. Almost all cases of it were present without any higher bass. Try the scene where Peter is digging up info on his computer at home - ULF is there in spades, but I'm guessing 10Hz and lower only. The bridge fight had some good moments as well.
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Originally Posted by Steveo1234 View Post

Brave.
Tsmuxer couldnt demux the hd-audio from the bluray so this is the french 5.1 instead.
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Complete crap! Im very let down by this. I stopped graphing at about 40mins into the movie since it obvious that its using a steep filter. Im going to return this as a defective disc. I refuse to pay for crap like this.

Are you sure the French DD5.1 and TrueHD have the same bass content?

Anyway, my system is not capable of playing anything below 20hz, but everything above 20hz is probably the best I've heard from a Bluray ever. Incredible mix with plenty of good bass moments (like when the Witch cabin is exploding). Would you really return a disc like that, just because it doesn't have content below 20hz?

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Underworld Awakening - Chapter 14 - elevator falling...

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