I wondered how Das Boot failed to make the cutoff, too.
Probably because unless you know it, you don't think of it. It is an older movie(1981) that many people just don't have(I do). The list is mainly new(er) Special effect films. I happen to like Das Boot as well. SVS has it listed with three scenes on their website
Depth Charges Scene 21(59:30)
Storm Surfing Scene 25(1:15:15)
Hitting Bottom Scene 17(53:15 side B)
I'm curious to know how many of these waterfall charts are for the LFE channel only, as opposed to the LFE channel plus redirected bass. I ask because it appears that some receivers suffer from an LFE hole problem, wherein setting a crossover chucks away/rolls off the upper part (> crossover point) of the LFE channel sent to the subwoofer.
Not sure of the time, but in Transformers, right around the time when Blackout gets killed there seems to be something going on. Not sure how low it is or if it is low, but my room just shudders with this. It is unlike anything else I have felt. It could be nothing but if anybody can check this out, it would be cool. It is after the "pulse" scene. Maybe if the recording can start a little before he is killed to after?
I just rented and watched Das Boot, German soundtrack with subtitles, over the last 2 nights. It has a few moments, but I really wasn't overly impressed. Maybe 3 stars for bass, maybe. Great movie though.
I figured out how everyone can use the same color scheme. If we all agree on my setup
White-ish Pink= -10db
Dark Red= -20db
Extract the attached file (SETTINGS.zip) to the install folder of Spectrum Lab. Default is C:\\Spectrum
Cool thing about this is the settings.ini configures everything for you so you don't have to look at kweezr's Spec Lab Settings: View Here
If you can add this post to the first page it would be easier to setup. This being if we all agree on my setup