Compared to the LFE fest that Tron Legacy and other recent offerings boast, WOTW can seem that way. But WOTW has a lot of content that a THT will not do justice to below 20hz. I have 2 THTs, and I have no idea what is happening below 16hz.
THT does very well w/ films like terminator salvation, scott pilgrim and others like transformers and iron man (1&2 for both), that have most of the LFE power above 20hz.
My THT works pretty well for Tron, an immense wave of pressure is felt whenever i play it on. Specially the beginning of the movie where the actor teleports into the virtual world.
Pulse movie flexes my walls like its gonna crumble, i dont really think i am missing any content, one of my friend has dual dts-10 subs, although its loud, but i can compare the sound and say, i am not missing any of these. If you are around Chicago, you are welcome to demo. Edited by holyindian - 6/19/12 at 10:59am
It all depends on your response in room and how low one can go. It does make a difference but lots of power and displacement is needed. The DTS-10 is great from 12hz and up but falls off a cliff below that. Does it make a difference? You bet, you have to try it before you say it does not matter. I have even tried different sealed setups which all were flat to 5hz and the drivers with more displacement made a much bigger impact down low.
Found a movie not mentioned here that had what I believe to be some fairly low stuff (Cargo 2009) I want to run a speclab but am having a hard time figuring out how exactly.
I have it all setup but what is the best way to get the signal into speclab?