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post #31 of 43
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Originally Posted by pennynike1 View Post


Like everyone else, I listen to some of my favorite bass scenes each time I go to a sub demo session, and compare and contrast what I heard following the demo.
Typically, I will demo movie scenes that are generally accepted as having the best bass (5 star bass movies).

Next time you go to one of your "sub demo sessions," take along a copy of the IMAX: HUBBLE 3D BD.

Trust me...you'll want to sample the Space Shuttle Launch scene. eek.gif
post #32 of 43
^^^^

+1
post #33 of 43
Best plane flyover - P51D's doing the howl at the end of Saving Private Ryan. New Batman 2 (The Dark Knight) Hercules flyover, and of course the plane scene in Dark Knight Rises (new batman 3) the opening scene.

Best Impact Landings - Thor, Transformers when they land, Star Wars Ep 3 with the star destroyer? Anakin deadsticks into Corruscant.

The absolute best small arms fire scene ever in movie history has to be the bank shootout in H.E.A.T, guns sound so damn real (or at least sound a similar calibre to what I've heard). Black Hawk Down is also another good one.
post #34 of 43
The plane crash scene I like the most is in The Grey. This scene shakes the house and makes everyone's ears pop, lol. I am not sure if it has a star rating on this site.
post #35 of 43
In my opinion, you're being too micro in your post.

In the case of a subwoofer system, it's about the overall theme of the video and how successfully the sound track compliments the video being viewed.

There is no best. What there is, is the successful (acceptability) ability of the producer and sound engineer to convey to the viewing public, the intended emotional content on what "THEY" want the viewer to experience.

This is a combination of writing, acting, sound engineering and the ability of the overall collaboration to convey the intended visceral "experience."

My current favs are "The Long Kiss Goodnight" and "Battle: Los Angeles."

"The Mask", a compilation of skits, does this very well but in truth, the timing of it all is terrible.

"Let's Rock This Joint"

Regarding a question of this kind, the question becomes, what has the viewer done to raise the ability of their subwoofer system to "FULLY" replicated the intended viewing experience? If the "HOME THEATER OWNER" hasn't taken the time to install an up and running sound system capable of replicating the intent of the producer, none of anything on the part of the Home Theater owner means doodle.

If your system is not up to snuff, questions of this type are rhetorical.

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Edited by BeeMan458 - 8/18/13 at 2:45am
post #36 of 43
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Originally Posted by jammincapt View Post

You missed the best mini-gun scene ever - DTS version of the Preator in Chapter 12 "Another Kill" where he takes the mini-gun and literally blows away the Jungle and leaves you with the sound of the Mini-wheel spinning to a dead silence....

3) What is the best minigun/gatling gun scene?

A) Book of Eli : End Battle at the house
B) Terminator 2 : Arnold fires on the cops from building window
C) The Last Samurai: The Howitzers at conclusion of end battle
D) Blackhawk Down: Helicopter shots
E) Sucker Punch: 2nd Samurai's gun
F) Sucker Punch: Amber's pink robot ship fires at planes in WWII segment
G) The Matrix: Neo fires on A. Smith as he tries to save Morpheus
H) Superman Returns: Minigun fires at Superman


It was a long time ago and I had a different sub setup, but I remember being extremely impressed with the minigun or whatever it was in the movie Act of Valor when the are firing from the boat on the river. I thought it was better than any of the above scenes that I have seen.
post #37 of 43
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...but I remember being extremely impressed with the minigun or whatever it was in the movie Act of Valor when the are firing from the boat on the river.

"Act of Valor:" Boat scene.
post #38 of 43
Just saw this thread. Wow 34 categories of bass scenes?!?!

Anyway is pennynike1 still maintaining the 1st post? It was last updated 8/2/12.
post #39 of 43
Thread Starter 
I had attempted to get the thread rolling, but it didn't take off like I had hoped. I think focus on bass scenes makes a lot more sense than assigning a grading scale to a movie. For example, the movie Open Range has one great extended bass scene. That's it. Other movies have numerous scenes where there is big bass, but which is the best one?

Perhaps I went about it the wrong way. Maybe a better thread would be best bass scene in each movie?
post #40 of 43
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Originally Posted by pennynike1 View Post

I had attempted to get the thread rolling, but it didn't take off like I had hoped. I think focus on bass scenes makes a lot more sense than assigning a grading scale to a movie. For example, the movie Open Range has one great extended bass scene. That's it. Other movies have numerous scenes where there is big bass, but which is the best one?

Perhaps I went about it the wrong way. Maybe a better thread would be best bass scene in each movie?

I think a classification system like what you had is good. Just way too many categories.
post #41 of 43
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Originally Posted by Archades View Post

and of course the plane scene in Dark Knight Rises (new batman 3) the opening scene.

You forgot the startup and takeoff of "The Bat" from the alley scene.

"The Bat" takeoff and flyover at 4:45.
post #42 of 43
My additions:


4) What is the best shotgun scene?
Open range shotgun blast in the town shootout where he shoots through the shed!


6) What is the best background bass scene (in the sense that the bass is taking place without immediate action in the scene)?
Hunger Games - Game raffle


8) What is the best foot-stomp scene?
Transformers - Footsteps by the pool

10) What is the best plane crash?
Um -- how is flight of the phoenix not top of this list?


12) What is the best water scene?
Immortals tidal wave scene


13) What is the best earthquake scene?
War of the Worlds - Alien emergence


14) What is the best monster scene(not counting Minotaurs or Dragons)?
Cloverfield - army w/ tank vs. monster in streets of NY
Haunting - bed scene


17) What is the best Missile Launch scene?
Mission Impossible 3 - missle firing at car


18) What is the best Ship Takeoff scene?
Titan AE - Ships fleeing earth or ice field scene.


21) What is the best train crash scene?
James Bond - Skyfall - Sewer Train Crash scene


22) What is the best airplane fly-over scene?
Pearl Harbor - Attack on Pearl Harbor


25) What is the best car crash scene?
Transformers DSotM - Bumblebee car crash scene


28) What is the best bass scene in a horror movie?
Orphanage - house groaning/creaking


33) What is the best fireworks scene?
LOTR - Shire Fireworks Scene
post #43 of 43
I just added a second SVS so have been looking for scenes to demo. Came across one by accident this weekend and thought I'd add it to the list here (even though not a gun shooting or explosion scene).

But in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2nd movie) About 20-30 minutes into the movie where Harry and his friend are flying back to Hogwarts in the car, they crash into a tree. Then the tree comes to life and is beating the car. The Bass is incredible. Expecially the last attempt to hit the car by the tree.

Also, at the end of the movie, when Harry is being chased / fighting the snake, there's some really good bass scenes in that as well.
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