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post #91 of 16108
o rly?
post #92 of 16108
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Originally Posted by AuralXTC View Post




lfeman

Big thanks to you, too. Was wondering when someone was going to take up the (huge) task of re-starting this thread as an active OP. Cheers!

You're welcome. I'll do my best and more with this thread.

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Originally Posted by Mrkazador View Post

Anyone see Battle: Los Angeles? That movie has some crazy 10-20hz LFE throughout the movie.

Sadly the movie sucks more than skyline, but will check it again for the bass.
post #93 of 16108
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Originally Posted by Tooley View Post


It was not to bad of a movie sound was fairly good with some good bass.

The ending was horrible.
post #94 of 16108
The Mechanic

Start a thread for this one. 4.5 stars if it's 1.

Here's just 2 scenes. No time stamp, no explanations. Don't want to spill any beans.




Bosso
post #95 of 16108
Nice! I saw it so I have a few ideas on what those parts could be.
post #96 of 16108
Added to my netflix queue! Now thinking I need to take up a project to build a new sub haha. I am only going to want to keep hearing better and better bass and my budget sub is not going to keep up.
post #97 of 16108
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Originally Posted by ResIpsa View Post

Saw Thor tonight. I thought the bass was
Impressive, even in a theater. Should be a 5 star flick when it hits disc.

Saw this last weekend and it was awesome. Those thor's hammer hits were great and also those icegiants foot steps hitted pretty good... not to forget destroyer and that huge ice monster.. Can't wait to watch it again, but not in 3D, that sucker got me nasty migraine.

Thanks mrkazador and bossobass for charts. Bosso can you still give me the time stamp off those scenes?
post #98 of 16108
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Originally Posted by Mrkazador View Post

Anyone see Battle: Los Angeles? That movie has some crazy 10-20hz LFE throughout the movie.

The movie was not bad at all in the bass department, though not exceptional either. Some of the many explosions were decent. Overall, the sound was pretty good.
post #99 of 16108
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Originally Posted by Mrkazador View Post

Anyone see Battle: Los Angeles?
That movie has some crazy 10-20hz LFE throughout the movie.

I peeped it in the theater.
A very good war flick.

The bass during the fierce firefights and explosions with the aliens was very impressive.
Adding the BD with 5.1 DTS-MA to my collection when it's released next month.

post #100 of 16108
Any more 5 star votes for Resident Evil: Afterlife?
post #101 of 16108
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Originally Posted by LetoAtreides82 View Post

Any more 5 star votes for Resident Evil: Afterlife?

Sorry, but to me it's not even close to 5 star. I just checked some scenes(nuke especially, was decent when raising amp sub level to +6db) from dvd and bass level's were pretty weak in action scenes to compare how loud the mains were and there is lotsa strong midbass in music that just mask everything else in track. Just disappointing imo.
post #102 of 16108
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Originally Posted by lfe man View Post

Sorry, but to me it's not even close to 5 star. I just checked some scenes(nuke especially, was decent when raising amp sub level to +6db) from dvd and bass level's were pretty weak in action scenes to compare how loud the mains were and there is lotsa strong midbass in music that just mask everything else in track. Just disappointing imo.

Fair enough. Just wondering, what rating would you give it?
post #103 of 16108
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Originally Posted by lfe man View Post


Sorry, but to me it's not even close to 5 star. I just checked some scenes(nuke especially, was decent when raising amp sub level to +6db) from dvd and bass level's were pretty weak in action scenes to compare how loud the mains were and there is lotsa strong midbass in music that just mask everything else in track. Just disappointing imo.

Just watched yesterday on the DTS HD track and I thought the bass was pretty good. The music was a good driver of the bass but the action scenes as well. I would say at least 4/4.5.

Also have to agree with someone earlier that Black Swan has some great sound. Wife made me turn it way down during the club scene since the bass was so intense.
post #104 of 16108
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Originally Posted by upstate-avfan-da View Post

Just watched yesterday on the DTS HD track and I thought the bass was pretty good. The music was a good driver of the bass but the action scenes as well. I would say at least 4/4.5.

Also have to agree with someone earlier that Black Swan has some great sound. Wife made me turn it way down during the club scene since the bass was so intense.

Just noticed that he said he watched the dvd version. Maybe the blu-ray version has superior bass?
post #105 of 16108
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Originally Posted by LetoAtreides82 View Post

Fair enough. Just wondering, what rating would you give it?

I would go 4 for REA. Overall audio was excellent and bass was very good Not in the same league as some films (WOTW, Cloverfield, Star Trek, TIH, etc.....) as far as LFE, but still very good.

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Originally Posted by capricorn kid View Post

I heard Skyline sucked but I'm going to watch it tonight for the visual effects and the audio. Has anyone watched it on their system and if so how is the bass. Should I get a bag of popcorn ready for some great sound or is it a waste of some snacks.

Skyline IMO was a 4 or 4.5 LFE film. Worth a rent for sure as far as the audio goes!

Oh, put me down for a 5 on Tron Legacy......best LFE 2011 blu so far.
post #106 of 16108
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Originally Posted by LetoAtreides82 View Post


Just noticed that he said he watched the dvd version. Maybe the blu-ray version has superior bass?

I would hope the DTS Master Audio track is better than DVD :-P Although I didn't avg the data rate while watching.
post #107 of 16108
lfe man, when are you going to get the original thread closed and this one stickied? You can still copy whatever info you need from the original while it is closed if that is the reason you are waiting to close it.

It gets ride of some of the confusion having just one thread.
post #108 of 16108
How about X-Men: Wolverine...the waterfall scene stood out to me and there were a few other scenes. I would probably give it 3-3.5...

Definitely put Tron: Legacy as 5 stars

I would say Kick-Ass would be 4-4.5 stars.
post #109 of 16108
I know there's plenty of waterfalls out there for Cloverfield (Dolby TrueHD), but here's a few more with my new speclab color settings:

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27:57 to 28:53 :


35:00 to 35:59 :


35:59 to 36:55 :
post #110 of 16108
Gamer (DTS HD-Master Audio) . Decent bass and sweet video quality

0:41 to 1:36 :


1:36 to 2:31:


2:31 to 3:26:


3:26 to 4:21:


35:50 to 36:44 :


48:05 to 48:59 :


48:59 to 49:50 :
post #111 of 16108
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by LetoAtreides82 View Post

Fair enough. Just wondering, what rating would you give it?

Maybe 3,5-4? star max.

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Originally Posted by Toe View Post


Skyline IMO was a 4 or 4.5 LFE film. Worth a rent for sure as far as the audio goes!

Yup, lotsa bass in that film. Though not much under 30hz what i remember, but still impressive...those two big monsters was great bass scene.

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Originally Posted by Kevin12586 View Post

lfe man, when are you going to get the original thread closed and this one stickied? You can still copy whatever info you need from the original while it is closed if that is the reason you are waiting to close it.

It gets ride of some of the confusion having just one thread.

I'm working on it, be patient my friend.

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Originally Posted by 77Pat View Post

How about X-Men: Wolverine...the waterfall scene stood out to me and there were a few other scenes. I would probably give it 3-3.5...

Agreed, it's decent bass movie and 3-3,5 stars is something about right.

Definitely put Tron: Legacy as 5 stars.

It's already there.

I would say Kick-Ass would be 4-4.5 stars.

Really, was it that good..can't remember, must check it soon again.
post #112 of 16108
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Originally Posted by 77Pat View Post

I would say Kick-Ass would be 4-4.5 stars.

I'd say 4.5 sounds fair for that one.
post #113 of 16108
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Originally Posted by lfe man View Post

I'm working on it, be patient my friend.

Of course, I know the feeling and work it takes to manage a thread on AVS

Keep up the good work
post #114 of 16108
Anyone have the 1998 version of Godzilla on Blu-Ray? How good is the bass in that one?
post #115 of 16108
The good, the bad,and the wierd...fun movie with plenty of bass!

Skyline...some bass and horrible movie.
post #116 of 16108
Ironman 2 is a 5 Star bass movie for me. I don't know why it isn't listed....
post #117 of 16108
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Originally Posted by LetoAtreides82 View Post

Anyone have the 1998 version of Godzilla on Blu-Ray? How good is the bass in that one?

I do. It's good but about the bass content/quality of a blockbuster from 1998 so not a ton below 30hz. Plenty of midbass, for sure. I have never run this one thru a Spectrum analyzer or anything so I'm just going off experience. Wouldn't give it much higher than a 3.5-4 star rating.
post #118 of 16108
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Originally Posted by ILoveTeufelSub View Post

Ironman 2 is a 5 Star bass movie for me. I don't know why it isn't listed....

It's now on list in 4 star category. It have less bass than first and it wont dig as deep than first one(what i remember).
post #119 of 16108
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Originally Posted by Scott Simonian View Post

Titan A.E. is indeed worthy of a 5-star bass rating, imo.

Found it in the $3 discount movie bin today. Ran it through the system this evening on the DTS soundtrack.

Agreed with five stars. The movie is unspeakably bad, but the LFE almost makes up for it. I had it at -10dB... that was the hottest I could tolerate due to the mixing on the main channels. The tapped horn still had the couch shaking on many scenes.

If nobody else has waterfalled this one, I'll be glad to demux the DTS track, pull the LFE out of it, and do it myself if I can find the time for it.
post #120 of 16108
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Originally Posted by Oklahoma Wolf View Post

Found it in the $3 discount movie bin today. Ran it through the system this evening on the DTS soundtrack.

Agreed with five stars. The movie is unspeakably bad, but the LFE almost makes up for it. I had it at -10dB... that was the hottest I could tolerate due to the mixing on the main channels. The tapped horn still had the couch shaking on many scenes.

If nobody else has waterfalled this one, I'll be glad to demux the DTS track, pull the LFE out of it, and do it myself if I can find the time for it.

Thanks already, there is not much anywhere titan ae charts, so it's really great if you can do some of it.
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