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that would be great! Thanks in advance.

Wanted - Chapter 1

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Wanted - Chapter 3

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Wanted - Chapter 17

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Edited by Flageborg - 8/26/13 at 1:26am
post #9902 of 16133
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The speakers are Swans 2.5

They look incredible. How much were they?
post #9903 of 16133
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They look incredible. How much were they?

Yes...and the sound is pretty good too smile.gif

http://hiviusa.com/shop/home-theater-systems/swan-2-5ht/
post #9904 of 16133
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Yes...and the sound is pretty good too smile.gif

http://hiviusa.com/shop/home-theater-systems/swan-2-5ht/

Wow that really isnt that bad for a set of speakers that look like they were made in heaven. smile.gif
post #9905 of 16133
Cannot find the Ironhide flip scene. Is it in the original transformers? At what point in the move is it?? Lol.
post #9906 of 16133
It is the first movie and during the final battle. I forgot which chapter as it has been a long time.
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Originally Posted by TVMAN1991 View Post

Cannot find the Ironhide flip scene. Is it in the original transformers? At what point in the move is it?? Lol.

It starts right around  the 2 hour mark in the first movie.

post #9908 of 16133
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Originally Posted by Flageborg View Post

Yes...it is your post...and your quote is included....in my quoting
http://www.avsforum.com/t/1333462/the-new-master-list-of-bass-in-movies-with-frequency-charts/9810#post_23656059Proof!
post #9909 of 16133
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Originally Posted by Flageborg View Post

Yes...it is your post...and your quote is included....in my quoting

http://www.avsforum.com/t/1333462/the-new-master-list-of-bass-in-movies-with-frequency-charts/9810#post_23656059Proof!

This is proof...


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Now, now boyz...so I checked out Wolverine in the local commercial theater last night. Has a little potential but time will tell smile.gif
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Now, now boyz...so I checked out Wolverine in the local commercial theater last night. Has a little potential but time will tell smile.gif
How was the movie itself?
post #9912 of 16133
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Originally Posted by ambesolman View Post

How was the movie itself?

It was good I thought. Entertaining for sure. It always seems to me in the superhero movies There are always a few cheese ball type scenes. But I'm not the perfect judge either. I liked it, I still have wolverine comic books and trading cards when I was a kid, and I will buy the bluray for sure smile.gif
post #9913 of 16133
OT but damn I love those Swans. Those are on my wish list.
post #9914 of 16133
The swans look awesome except they could not play loud enough for my room.
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Originally Posted by TVMAN1991 View Post

Cannot find the Ironhide flip scene. Is it in the original transformers? At what point in the move is it?? Lol.

Is this the scene ?



Edit: updated with graph

Transformers I - Chapter 19

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Edited by Flageborg - 8/26/13 at 12:56pm
post #9916 of 16133
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Originally Posted by MKtheater View Post

The swans look awesome except they could not play loud enough for my room.

You need a stack(or two) of subs in combination with the Swans....
post #9917 of 16133
That is the scene, I am talking about going off of specs of sensitivity and power. My room needs 114-117 dBs at the speaker to reach reference at the seats and that speaker reaches 115 dBs max which means it should be in compression zone at maximum levels. If it was a 2000 watt speaker full speed ahead! I have the subs covered!
post #9918 of 16133
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You need a stack(or two) of subs in addition....

 

Sensitivity is on the low side and I don't think you could get clean reference volume at 500w from a normal listening position.

post #9919 of 16133
I have got to say that Oz has some incredible bass content. I heard the Witch Battle and Fireworks scenes from that movie last weekend, and it was absolutely fantastic! I would give Oz a 5 star bass rating. Those scenes impressed more than other 5 star bass movie scenes!
post #9920 of 16133
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Originally Posted by Mrkazador View Post

Sensitivity is on the low side and I don't think you could get clean reference volume at 500w from a normal listening position.

I have crossover at 80Hz - all channels...
Clean reference - no problem
post #9921 of 16133
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Originally Posted by MKtheater View Post

The swans look awesome except they could not play loud enough for my room.
There are allot of speakers I would love to own, but none could pacify me like my 212 Noesis. The best part is they sound as good with music as they do with H/T and they get LOUD!
post #9922 of 16133
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Originally Posted by Flageborg View Post

I have crossover at 80Hz - all channels...
Clean reference - no problem

Measurements please? I hear many people these days saying reference is easy or very clean and I want to see the measurements. One would be surprised on how much THD they like. wink.gif I said my room as I know it well and have measured it many times. I have measured my speakers for frequency and THD and you will be surprised how high THD can get once the levels go up. I melted a channel of an amp playing high frequency sines before so I recommend doing a burst sweep. Speakers compress and distort well before their maximum playing levels. The room will be the final factor and seating distance.
post #9923 of 16133
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Originally Posted by MKtheater View Post

I hear many people these days saying reference is easy or very clean

You got that right.....Clean Reference is not easy. And it is not until you have heard a clean presentation that you notice how bad a distorted presentation is.

JSS
post #9924 of 16133
Most people like THD so it seems. When people say clean what is clean to them? I love people arguing over tube amps and solid state saying tube amps just add Distortion. Really? Do they really think they will hear 1% THD compared to .1 % THD when their speakers will be at 5 % THD and at reference much higher? I used to just buy whatever crank it and assume. Now that my speakers play reference like it is a live event rather than a speaker I know why, the THD is low and must have been high before. The other systems sound awesome at reference but different. Like max said, until you hear it you will never know. Ignorance is bliss!
post #9925 of 16133
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Originally Posted by MKtheater View Post

Most people like THD so it seems. When people say clean what is clean to them? I love people arguing over tube amps and solid state saying tube amps just add Distortion. Really? Do they really think they will hear 1% THD compared to .1 % THD when their speakers will be at 5 % THD and at reference much higher? I used to just buy whatever crank it and assume. Now that my speakers play reference like it is a live event rather than a speaker I know why, the THD is low and must have been high before. The other systems sound awesome at reference but different. Like max said, until you hear it you will never know. Ignorance is bliss!

And that's why I'm not buying a little better than definitive technology but heading straight to the JTR 212 Noesis!
I have never heard clean consistently. The quintuples and Legacy speakers were nice. But demos are different than living with them for awhile. Having some alone time lol! When I turned up the DT's that I had they didn't sound that good. Medium loud wasn't bad, but loud was bad
post #9926 of 16133
Sigh....new Star Trek also filtered. All too familiar story at 11...

Caveat: not nearly finished yet, but from what I've heard so far. frown.gif
post #9927 of 16133
Blurays are always the best compared to downloads, please say not bluray.
post #9928 of 16133
I've had enough experience with downloads vs BRs to know that the overwhelming majority of them will have the same bass content as the physical disk. That said, the source is retail blu ray, and I've checked multiple versions. I think someone on this forum or d-b.com had SL'd a trailer and saw a hpf somewhere, too. I may be wrong, tho. It's a good bass flick, don't get me wrong, but not on the level of the first. I'll let others weigh in, as well.
post #9929 of 16133
This is happening too often nowadays!
post #9930 of 16133
And what gets me is they're doing it to sequels of great bass movies. So your expectations are raised and then...
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