Some shakers from yesterday still grab my attention for this loonacy and craziness into the unknown of the LFE.1.
Earthquake is a classic and would shake the room for over 8 minutes during chapter 8 the big one!
Close Encounters of the Third Kind during the opening there is nice slam of LFE.1 when the music finally comes up to the blinding white light, magically opening sequence.
During the landing of the mother ship arrival where low end moves around and varying up and down with each tone getting deeper as it gets nearer and nearer to the ground.
"If everything's ready here on the dark side of the moon, play the five tones."
Robocop this is loaded with lots of low end in the fronts as well as the LFE.1 during the drug raid attack, ((SLAM!)) Robocop is not going to take no for an answer if they do not comply.
The Black Hole has a wonderful low end that even opens the film John Barry, gives it lots of timpani and brass. During the first moments when the palomino, encounters a huge black hole and a mysterious ship just on the outside of the event horizon, the U.S.S. Cygnus and a mad scientist that likes to travel where no ones dared to travel before
X-Men III The Last Stand 120dbc @ 25Hz during the sequence when Jean uses her powers to raise objects within and around the house!
The rest of the film is just fantastic, when Jean uses her power to left objects within and around the house depth is deep and aggressively dynamic in the LFE.1 with a whooping 115dbc in the centre of the room! At the back of the room it came in at 120dbc, this when the house finally lands which felt like a track hitting the building!
The JBL 4645 THX approved 18 sub bass is a hell raiser of sub bass that is used exclusively for the LFE.1