Title sums it up. Every time I go to the theater I don't heat the same punch from the lows as I do when I'm at home. I follow all the correct calibration levels at home so, I'm confident that my setup is calibrated correctly. At home the lows are deeper and pack more of a punch. Is it because of the smaller rooms at home vs. large theaters or do most theaters not even calibrate there equipment? Basically, which is closer to the vision of the filmmaker; the deeper make your room shake bass at home or the more thin subtle bass at the theater? Thoughts?
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5/25/07 at 3:10pm