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post #61 of 119
X-Men: First Class

Deep, powerful, & frequent use of LFE.
post #62 of 119
I have different movies for different occasions.

family: HTTYD
Great flick: TDK or Star Trek
Quick, short on time: Dredd or Elysium.
post #63 of 119
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Originally Posted by MKtheater View Post

I have different movies for different occasions.

family: HTTYD
Great flick: TDK or Star Trek
Quick, short on time: Dredd or Elysium.

We're in the process of building a basket of about thirty bass heavy movies that are worth watching many times. This way, the guest can pick a movie and we'll know that everyone is going be entertained.
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post #65 of 119
Most frightening bass I've ever heard is in The Conjuring. Wow.
post #66 of 119
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Most frightening bass I've ever heard is in The Conjuring. Wow.

I almost picked that, as I saw it the day I posted, very good use of bass, made me jump a few times...
post #67 of 119
"The Pacific" series...............................wear diapers............biggrin.gif
post #68 of 119
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Originally Posted by Cowboys View Post

^^
Thanks but this thread is not about one or two scenes, it's about the whole movie filled with bass.
Watching Death in Tombstone now, the whole movie is filled with deep loud bass but I find lots of the bass are not synced with the actions. Regardless, I still like it.

I've given you a plethora of deep, powerful...........scare the (fill in blank) bass...............


The Pacific
post #69 of 119
U-571 depth charges scene. That's the scene we use to test our subwoofers before leave the warehouse.
post #70 of 119
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U-571 depth charges scene. That's the scene we use to test our subwoofers before leave the warehouse.

You are with Rythmik? I thought they were in Austin and not in Houston?
post #71 of 119
...biggrin.gif....biggrin.gif....biggrin.gif

...eek.gif...U-571? That's one of the next blu-ray disks up for play. Going make those FV15HPs feel right at home...eek.gif

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post #72 of 119
Live Free or Die Hard..........Pulled it out of the archives tonight and wow...Start to Finish has killer bass.
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post #74 of 119
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Originally Posted by BeeMan458 View Post

Do not include "Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow" as the movie made you want to stab your brain with a fork because the plot line and acting was so terribly bad.
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Originally Posted by Torqdog View Post

+2

Avoid at all cost!

+3!

Appalling movie, seriously rubbish lol
post #75 of 119
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Originally Posted by Tasdom View Post

Live Free or Die Hard..........Pulled it out of the archives tonight and wow...Start to Finish has killer bass.

my personal favorite
post #76 of 119
Saving Private Ryan w/ DTS-ES audio
post #77 of 119
I just watched some scenes in The Conjuring after reading on this thread and the waterfalls in masterlist thread, holy **** the bass is like possessed.
post #78 of 119
To this day after all these years....


1. "The Haunting" DTS-ES

2.a "War of the Worlds"
2.b "Oz: The Great & Powerful" (that witch fight at the end playing through my dual PB13-Ultras puts a big grin on my ol' face... biggrin.gif )
post #79 of 119
Elysium
post #80 of 119
Unrealistic for now cause it's not out yet. But I can't wait when the new Godzilla movie is released. Just watching the preview puts a huge smile on my face.
post #81 of 119
I love playing the grenade scene off World War Z, also the opening is pretty intense. The pulse scene is crazy too. I've got some video clips on my signature if you want to see those clips
post #82 of 119

Elysium

Oblivion

Pacific Rim 

World War Z

post #83 of 119
Man I just forgot, The Conjuring has a lot of brutal earthquake shaking bass! If you've got some strong subs it's crazy!
post #84 of 119
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Man I just forgot, The Conjuring has a lot of brutal earthquake shaking bass! If you've got some strong subs it's crazy!

Is that the movie that knocked your surrounds off the wall with it's bass?

post #85 of 119
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Is that the movie that knocked your surrounds off the wall with it's bass?

Surprisingly it was Fast Six! Something about the bass from the cars that did it, I had that movie at +7 above reference last night. The speaker almost hit my sister lol
post #86 of 119
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Surprisingly it was Fast Six! Something about the bass from the cars that did it, I had that movie at +7 above reference last night. The speaker almost hit my sister lol

Now that's a movie with some bass!

post #87 of 119
I should of known something would fall one day, other than that stuff all around the house is always moved around. Even the entire fireplace and mantle upstairs shakes like crazy. If you stand on the upper floor, your feet will hurt and you can feel the bass flow up your spine! eek.gif
post #88 of 119
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Originally Posted by Blackmambakila View Post

Surprisingly it was Fast Six! Something about the bass from the cars that did it, I had that movie at +7 above reference last night. The speaker almost hit my sister lol

Man, I have had the movie for a couple weeks and was going to watch it soon. Now I will have to wait until my dual XS30s come in.
post #89 of 119
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Originally Posted by LowellG View Post

Man, I have had the movie for a couple weeks and was going to watch it soon. Now I will have to wait until my dual XS30s come in.

yeah, save all your good movies itll be worth it! When you crank up fast six the cars sound insane! each individual engine will hit you so different from all the cars! biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Tasdom View Post

Live Free or Die Hard..........Pulled it out of the archives tonight and wow...Start to Finish has killer bass.
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Originally Posted by Brian Fineberg View Post

my personal favorite
Yeah great bass from start to finish. One of my favorite movies for bass movies.
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