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Olympus Has Fallen... a New Reference Disc for LFE?

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Just finished watching Olympus Has Fallen on Blu-Ray. Had to turn my system volume down six or seven times due to my EP4000 clipping (subs are still OK smile.gif).

Perhaps, I'm way off base; I haven't watched Black Hawk Down on my system (should be on my doorstep Friday), but this movie definitely gave my subs a run for their money. Either way, it was one of the better action movies I've seen in a while...

Anybody seen it yet? Not sure if the DIY forum is the most appropriate place for this post, but I do believe the DIY folks have the most capable subs of any group on AVS cool.gif
Edited by Philip Frederick - 8/20/13 at 9:35pm
post #2 of 4
Already discussed and measurements here http://www.avsforum.com/t/1333462/the-new-master-list-of-bass-in-movies-with-frequency-charts

I enjoyed it but it would just be one of many with material worthy of showing off your system with. You use your system in a van or something? smile.gif
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Thanks for the link! I wonder why it didn't show up when I searched AVS prior to posting (looked through the first 3 pages of search results)... and 'no' not in a van (although I'm only running 2/3 of the subs now in my house I was originally running in my car smile.gif)
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The avs search function is....inadequate. Try using google and after a subject you're searching include the phrase site:avsforum.com and you'll get better results....

Between your title below your screen name and your subs was wonderin'....
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