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post #6661 of 16085
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Originally Posted by coolcat4843 View Post

Are you referring to Underworld: Awakening, when the Super Lycan first appeared onscreen?

No, the super lycan is more of a room pressure thing where it feels like the room is breathing. The chopper scene in Total recall was more of a "shake the whole room" sensation.
I cant remember the scene in U:A that I thought of :/
post #6662 of 16085
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Originally Posted by Steveo1234 View Post

Hmm, this part? (Marked in black)

Guess I like the sub 10hz stuff then...

Yes, and here is a closer look...

Total Recall - chapter #14 - Helicopter Start Up Sequence

Total_Recall_ch14_II.jpg
post #6663 of 16085
I agree
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Originally Posted by djoberg View Post

The credits are rolling on Ice Age: Continental Drift and I must say....that's one of the worst, if not the worst, audio tracks I've heard in animated Blu-ray, especially the LFE. It will be lucky to get 2 Stars.
. I agree. Very disappointing.
post #6664 of 16085
Anyone else think that Tron Legacy has awesome amounts of base?
post #6665 of 16085
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Originally Posted by JapanDave View Post

Anyone else think that Tron Legacy has awesome amounts of base?

I had that thought about 2 years ago .... Im assuming you just saw it now?
lol but yea it has great bass but I think theirs some clipping in it? The scene where hes on that flying thing.

Another scene thats good is when he firsts gets into the arena.
post #6666 of 16085
I also liked dredd. The interogation scene from dredd has a strong 15 and 16hz tone which gets louder through the scene, Plus it looks like content under 10hz! which is not shown accurately due to my hardware limitations. also heads up on Man with the Iron Fists strong content to and below 20hz.

Graph starts right after "Does that sound like overkill to you?"



a louder more accurate graph reveals a 8 and 7hz tone. too bad its -40db on my system tongue.gif


Edited by spidey.joe80 - 12/27/12 at 6:22pm
post #6667 of 16085
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Originally Posted by pokekevin View Post

I had that thought about 2 years ago .... Im assuming you just saw it now?
lol but yea it has great bass but I think theirs some clipping in it? The scene where hes on that flying thing.
Another scene thats good is when he firsts gets into the arena.

I had seen it when it first came out, but I just finally got my theater to be able to get some bass out of it.
post #6668 of 16085
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Originally Posted by JapanDave View Post

I had seen it when it first came out, but I just finally got my theater to be able to get some bass out of it.

Definitely, I never get tired of the scene when he first enters the grid from the arcade, to riding the giant staples, to the white latex girls ("he's different"), and the arena. My goto demo scene.
post #6669 of 16085
Yeah, that interrogation scene in Dredd had my couch flapping around for what seemed like 15-20 seconds. Pretty sweet.
post #6670 of 16085
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Originally Posted by spidey.joe80 View Post

I also liked dredd. The interogation scene from dredd has a strong 15 and 16hz tone which gets louder through the scene, Plus it looks like content under 10hz! which is not shown accurately due to my hardware limitations. also heads up on Man with the Iron Fists strong content to and below 20hz.
Graph starts right after "Does that sound like overkill to you?"


a louder more accurate graph reveals a 8 and 7hz tone. too bad its -40db on my system tongue.gif

In my room the sub 10hz tone was significant. Not sure whats on the disc though as I cant measure that low. Anyone able to get an confirmed accurate graph of it?
Edited by Steveo1234 - 12/28/12 at 4:18am
post #6671 of 16085
I am really looking forward to "Looper" and "Dredd". Both movies look to be reference type material from what I gather.
post #6672 of 16085
I did not see this anywhere on the list, but has anyone had a chance to watch the anniversary edition of Backdraft on BD yet. On www.blu-ray.com they talk it up pretty good and as a kid this was one of the favorite movies and would love to get it again to relive my youth.
post #6673 of 16085
^^Looks like a no-brainer purchase for you, if it's a favorite of yours! Work your new Rythmik!

"LFE is absolutely gut wrenching at times, with wall shaking amplitude."
post #6674 of 16085
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Originally Posted by quattroatl View Post

^^Looks like a no-brainer purchase for you, if it's a favorite of yours! Work your new Rythmik!
"LFE is absolutely gut wrenching at times, with wall shaking amplitude."

Yeah, I just placed the order with Amazon. Can't wait to relive this movie with the updated picture and lossless audio track.
post #6675 of 16085
Any one else experiencing audio dropouts during playback of the 2012 version of the Total Recall blu-ray? At first I thought I must have purchased a defective disc because every other blu-ray disc I have played in my Oppo bdp-93 has played without any problem. I exchanged the blu-ray at Best Buy for a new one, but I am having the same audio dropout issue with the new one! Interestingly, when I rewind the blu-ray to attempt to replay the audio dropout, there is none. I also checked all cables to be sure of a good connection, and everything is solid. I have played several blu-ray discs before and after both Total Recall discs, with no problems. I also checked both discs for any obvious signs of damage, but none was visible. Any thoughts on what the cause is of the dropouts? Thanks.

Jeff.
post #6676 of 16085
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Originally Posted by Alembicjeff View Post

Any one else experiencing audio dropouts during playback of the 2012 version of the Total Recall blu-ray? At first I thought I must have purchased a defective disc because every other blu-ray disc I have played in my Oppo bdp-93 has played without any problem. I exchanged the blu-ray at Best Buy for a new one, but I am having the same audio dropout issue with the new one! Interestingly, when I rewind the blu-ray to attempt to replay the audio dropout, there is none. I also checked all cables to be sure of a good connection, and everything is solid. I have played several blu-ray discs before and after both Total Recall discs, with no problems. I also checked both discs for any obvious signs of damage, but none was visible. Any thoughts on what the cause is of the dropouts? Thanks.
Jeff.

I noticed this at least 3 times during the movie.
post #6677 of 16085
Many people have seen audio problems with Total Recall Blu-Ray


some people have changed from bitstream to lpcm to help but bottom line is the disc is screwed up

normally, bitstream is ok and works
post #6678 of 16085
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Originally Posted by Alembicjeff View Post

Any one else experiencing audio dropouts during playback of the 2012 version of the Total Recall blu-ray?

Yes...same problem here.mad.gif
post #6679 of 16085
Yes, I rented TR and the audio was messed up.
Also, this was the only BD ever for me to cause voice syncing issues.
There seemed to be a delay from when someone was talking and the lips moving.
post #6680 of 16085
Dredd had some good bass. 4.5/5
post #6681 of 16085
Is anyone here using the Dayton Audio OmniMic V2 to graph movies?
post #6682 of 16085
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Originally Posted by Prime316 View Post

I noticed this at least 3 times during the movie.

Same here...three times.
post #6683 of 16085
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Originally Posted by Alembicjeff View Post

Any one else experiencing audio dropouts during playback of the 2012 version of the Total Recall blu-ray? At first I thought I must have purchased a defective disc because every other blu-ray disc I have played in my Oppo bdp-93 has played without any problem. I exchanged the blu-ray at Best Buy for a new one, but I am having the same audio dropout issue with the new one! Interestingly, when I rewind the blu-ray to attempt to replay the audio dropout, there is none.

Found the same issue with the rental DVD this evening - happened six times. The disc itself was in excellent shape yet.
post #6684 of 16085
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Originally Posted by Oklahoma Wolf View Post

Found the same issue with the rental DVD this evening - happened six times. The disc itself was in excellent shape yet.

This really sucks, I purchased this movie (blind buy for me) and I like it a lot. But the audio issue is very annoying.

Only workaround that I found was to go back to the beginning of each chapter to force the audio to re-sync.

So, for the buyers of this movie, what are the options?
post #6685 of 16085
Most people report that switching over to LPCM on the Blu-Ray helps. As for the DVD, it doesn't seem to be quite as big of an issue... haven't seen too many other reports of issues with it.

Either way, this movie isn't on my "buy" list. It almost put me to sleep. It's not a terrible movie, I just found it rather bland and unmemorable.
post #6686 of 16085
Finally got around to wrapping up Return of the King on the LoTR Extended Edition. Great bass and all around soundtrack! Loved the Mt Doom portions.

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post #6687 of 16085
Or switch the Blu-ray player to PCM, that's what I did and it worked for me.
post #6688 of 16085
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Originally Posted by Oklahoma Wolf View Post

Most people report that switching over to LPCM on the Blu-Ray helps. As for the DVD, it doesn't seem to be quite as big of an issue... haven't seen too many other reports of issues with it.
Either way, this movie isn't on my "buy" list. It almost put me to sleep. It's not a terrible movie, I just found it rather bland and unmemorable.

I'll try that. I had low expectations on this movie after several reviews, so I guess that help me out to enjoy it more...........I guess?

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Originally Posted by Joshjp View Post

Or switch the Blu-ray player to PCM, that's what I did and it worked for me.

Thanks Josh! I'll give it a try this afternoon!
post #6689 of 16085
Has anyone here got an advance copy of Dredd?
From the reviews I've read of the BD, the LFE in this flick is off the charts great!
post #6690 of 16085
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Originally Posted by coolcat4843 View Post

Has anyone here got an advance copy of Dredd?
From the reviews I've read of the BD, the LFE in this flick is off the charts great!

Opinions will vary on this one like they do with every movie. There were a few good scenes that rocked the foundation, but I wouldn't say the LFE's were off the charts. Dredd is similar to Hunger Games, where it isn't loaded with LFE moments, but when it does happen there good ones.
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