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Though I find myself somewhat curious as to what others' systems sound like, I suppose it is not too likely I'll find myself in any of those venues any time soon. Even as I think back to all the iterations of changing components and rooms I've assembled pursuing this hobby, I'm quite aware of some wide variance there. Apparent enough we are all hearing different things, highlighted by your use of the term "thin" to characterize the sound of MONSTERS -- not a descriptor I can easily sort into context, but again, subjectivity rules this game...
When bass was not present it sounded tinny Like listening to a MP3. Just not enjoyable. Sounded like a transistor radio lol
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It seems like the general consensus is that HTTYD is the kiddie king of bass but I consider The Incredibles the best bass mix I've heard for the genre. Sounded just as deep but cleaner and tighter overall.
Lol. Httyd is one of the kings of ANY genre. No way is incredibles better in any way both subjectively and objectively
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Yeah, the only animated film that comes to mind that is in a similar league to the amazing HTTYD for LFE would be 9, but it's not a kids movie.
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spot on Toe, thats why I didnt list it haha...litle too scary for the young folk
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When bass was not present it sounded tinny Like listening to a MP3. Just not enjoyable. Sounded like a transistor radio lol
Yeah, guess I'd have to say that corresponds pretty well with what the term "thin" brings to mind.

I did not have that type of experience in my space, but then I have a total of 28 midrange drivers, four and seven inch, 6 ten inch midbass drivers, 8 twelve inch woofers, and 4 eighteens surrounding me, driven by amps known for a hearty midrange. Also have my post-Audyssey tone adjustment boosted for bass by a few notches, and my subs now handling up to 120 Hz. On most material, that is sufficient to give some real meat to the midrange, so I didn't notice what you describe, but I can see where that would be extremely dissatisfying -- I know I've done alot NOT to hear that sort of deficiency, so very important to me as well....
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I just watched Lucy last night. The intro music had some good bass but the movie didn't impress me all that much. In fact the movie itself didn't impress me all that much. It was interesting but I think they could have kept it a little more grounded and made it more interesting. Just my opinion but I was looking forward to seeing it and in the end I found it so strange that I was disappointed.
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When bass was not present it sounded tinny Like listening to a MP3. Just not enjoyable. Sounded like a transistor radio lol
I didn't find M: DC "thin" at all. I have to agree with Emaych on this one...I thought it sounded outstanding overall, albeit mixed a tad on the loud side.
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I didn't find M: DC "thin" at all. I have to agree with Emaych on this one...I thought it sounded outstanding overall, albeit mixed a tad on the loud side.
ok ok...remember I was exhausted when watching it...so maybe ill give it another shot...
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I just watched Lucy last night. The intro music had some good bass but the movie didn't impress me all that much. In fact the movie itself didn't impress me all that much. It was interesting but I think they could have kept it a little more grounded and made it more interesting. Just my opinion but I was looking forward to seeing it and in the end I found it so strange that I was disappointed.
I just can't seem to stop watching this one -- saw it again last weekend for the third time. You're right -- give me some more of that intro! -- juicy big gushing round BOUNCE-bass globules and some really well defined intricate sprinklings of some delicate tones -- NICE! Visuals are supreme -- sharp, colorful -- the way I want things in my magical blu universe. But that story...it started to go off the rails right after her "conversion" -- yes, she is now a megamind, but suddenly having the ability to translate a foreign language without any context? -- that is supernatural, not grounded in enhanced ability -- nevertheless, the film has what I need. But just some more bass please.
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I just can't seem to stop watching this one -- saw it again last weekend for the third time. You're right -- give me some more of that intro! -- juicy big gushing round BOUNCE-bass globules and some really well defined intricate sprinklings of some delicate tones -- NICE! Visuals are supreme -- sharp, colorful -- the way I want things in my magical blu universe. But that story...it started to go off the rails right after her "conversion" -- yes, she is now a megamind, but suddenly having the ability to translate a foreign language without any context? -- that is supernatural, not grounded in enhanced ability -- nevertheless, the film has what I need. But just some more bass please.
Lucy was a blind buy for me...I regretted it though and haven't re-visited it since the initial viewing.

The sound was outstanding, but the movie itself is just soooo bad. I'l probably watch it again someday, once I forget how much I disliked it.
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I just can't seem to stop watching this one -- saw it again last weekend for the third time. You're right -- give me some more of that intro! -- juicy big gushing round BOUNCE-bass globules and some really well defined intricate sprinklings of some delicate tones -- NICE! Visuals are supreme -- sharp, colorful -- the way I want things in my magical blu universe. But that story...it started to go off the rails right after her "conversion" -- yes, she is now a megamind, but suddenly having the ability to translate a foreign language without any context? -- that is supernatural, not grounded in enhanced ability -- nevertheless, the film has what I need. But just some more bass please.
Considering the human being can only use a fraction of their brain, I wouldn't put too many things out of reach when it comes to language translation.
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If say 2/3 of Lucy was awesome. Then just got a little too far fetched the last 1/3 which ruined it
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Considering the human being can only use a fraction of their brain, I wouldn't put too many things out of reach when it comes to language translation.
Myth!

http://www.scientificamerican.com/ar...-their-brains/

http://www.wired.com/2014/07/everyth...in-60-seconds/


Just a couple of links, there is much more if you search.
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Considering the human being can only use a fraction of their brain, I wouldn't put too many things out of reach when it comes to language translation.
Well sure, if you suddenly have super-expanded consciousness and capability, you might be able to make some pretty stunning leaps -- extrapolations that take place with great rapidity and insight, but to presumably go from knowing nothing of how Chinese characters relate to any English words, and then be able to divine perfect meaning, is magical, inexplicable, as was all the rest that followed. There was no context for the boundary-jumping taking place, so concept dissipates quicker than human body cells at twenty thousand feet.

I don't know, probably not substantially different from other extra-natural leaps of faith depicted in the movies, but surprising there was actually a "science" consultant supposedly guiding the way, and the film took a long time for the concepts to gestate in a "grounded"(?) way, according to my recollect of some of the extra features -- go figure. I loved the AV, Scarlett's acting interesting, pacing is very nice -- this weekend it seemed a quick watch (3rd time), so must be doing something intriguing...just a touch more bass please...

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I agree that the visuals were pretty good and the first half of the movie was decent but when it went derailed it just kept on going until it past all realms my being able to accept it as plausible (and I give Sci-fi a lot of lee way for fantastic possibilities).
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Watched chappie last night. Decent movie and great bass throuout. Worth the blind buy
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Watched chappie last night. Decent movie and great bass throuout. Worth the blind buy
I thought the bass was very lacking

But the movie was refreshingly different
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Watched chappie last night. Decent movie and great bass throuout. Worth the blind buy
I didn't care for it at all. Thought the acting and writing were sub-par (especially compared to District 9 and Elysium) and the story was quite ridiculous with tons of plot holes. Bass was just "OK" IMO.
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I didn't care for it at all. Thought the acting and writing were sub-par (especially compared to District 9 and Elysium) and the story was quite ridiculous with tons of plot holes. Bass was just "OK" IMO.
Ya defiantly nothing special. I guess I liked the bass because it seemed to be frequent throughout. It wasn't crazy powerful but was defiantly constantly present imo. I'd recommend renting before a blind buy even though I'm happy with my decision
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Agreed, pretty decent flick, while a little conventional its execution -- good LF content. Of course if you can tolerate subtitles, I reiterate my recommendation of the excellent THE ADMIRAL ROARING CURRENTS (-- doesn't absolutely require the subtitles as it is also presented in English translation, but you don't want to listen to that version -- more distracting than the subtitles).

To expand your awareness of what is being accomplished in international cinema, as well as completely engage you in an epic seafaring saga of actual historic significance, the flick is a prolonged bassgasmic revelry -- a must-have in every LF aficionado's drool-over pantheon. Far surpassing MASTER AND COMMANDER for sustained cannon fire at sea, you get fleets of colliding ships, pounding waves, a very robust and resolute score, exquisite historical costuming replete with brightly colored cloisonné body armor, samurai swords, archers...you get the picture, or I should say: get this picture!

Though you know there is CGI and sometimes the ship movement is depicted in a way that allows you to know they would be more ponderous in actual open-ocean negotiation, for the most part this plays as almost entirely practical. The staging of the close-quarters ship assaults is amazing -- multiple actors must have been meticulously choreographed to all appear fighting vigorously at once. An awesome feat of filmmaking.

Also, you just want some remarkable pounding bass blasts: THE PURGE ANARCHY doesn't seem to have gotten much attention. Original PURGE no slouch either, where it counts...
People forgot that it won an Oscar for Audio. I also have Master and Commander and the sound is amazing !!
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People forgot that it won an Oscar for Audio. I also have Master and Commander and the sound is amazing !!
I assume you mean MASTER AND COMMANDER won, not PURGE ANARCHY, or ADMIRAL RC? I used to use M&C for my weekend listening fix -- first salvo where the opposing ship lurks in mist while the Commander searches with spyscope. That was the D-THEATER version. Not so enamored of the blu -- put that part on when I got it, never revisited, guess they castrated the low hanging underpinnings of the sound. I'll put on ADMIRAL now, if I want historical sea battle fare....
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I assume you mean MASTER AND COMMANDER won, not PURGE ANARCHY, or ADMIRAL RC? I used to use M&C for my weekend listening fix -- first salvo where the opposing ship lurks in mist while the Commander searches with spyscope. That was the D-THEATER version. Not so enamored of the blu -- put that part on when I got it, never revisited, guess they castrated the low hanging underpinnings of the sound. I'll put on ADMIRAL now, if I want historical sea battle fare....
Yes I meant that Master and Commander that won an Oscar for sound !
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^^^It occurs to me that might be a good candidate for remixing in ATMOS as it had some pretty realistic overhead travel across the deck above, whose spacial fidelity, even in DD 5.1, translated pretty well to the home sound field. (PLUS, sure wish they would restore that truncated bottom end!)
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Yeah, the only animated film that comes to mind that is in a similar league to the amazing HTTYD for LFE would be 9, but it's not a kids movie.
Might be a bit older, but I remember Horton Hears a Who constantly trying to bottom out my subs.
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Might be a bit older, but I remember Horton Hears a Who constantly trying to bottom out my subs.
Good call and I remember that being a good bass film. I need to revisit it at some point soon.
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Good call and I remember that being a good bass film. I need to revisit it at some point soon.
Ohhh yeah, that is a good call. I totally forgot about that one.
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Ohhh yeah, that is a good call. I totally forgot about that one.
Haha

Check the list of kids movies I posted on the last page

Horton is right in there.
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Just watched Dredd for the first time. I'm sure it's been discussed and I missed it, but wow - the sound on this movie is awesome and the bass is very well done. Hard hitting, voilent, great gun shots and explosions, some nice sweeps during the slow motion etc. Some very low stuff that kept repeating when they first get Avon Barksdale in that room to interrogate him.

I started off watching in 3D and it was impressive and the Epson 3500 is plenty bright. However I noticed that as the movie went on there was less and less of a 3D effect and it looked pretty much 2D so I changed the setting to 2D and watched the rest that way.

The surround sound is very impressive too.
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Check the list of kids movies I posted on the last page

Horton is right in there.
That's a little embarrassing, I read your list and totally missed Horton. Oops.
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Just watched Dredd for the first time. I'm sure it's been discussed and I missed it, but wow - the sound on this movie is awesome and the bass is very well done. Hard hitting, voilent, great gun shots and explosions, some nice sweeps during the slow motion etc. Some very low stuff that kept repeating when they first get Avon Barksdale in that room to interrogate him.

I started off watching in 3D and it was impressive and the Epson 3500 is plenty bright. However I noticed that as the movie went on there was less and less of a 3D effect and it looked pretty much 2D so I changed the setting to 2D and watched the rest that way.

The surround sound is very impressive too.
A little OT, but am I the only one who is kind of "over" the 3D thing?

When I first got my 3D tv I was all about it...but now I find it just detracts from the movie. It seems to be more of a distraction than anything, not to mention the hassle of those damn glasses (mine are active).

I haven't watched a movie in 3D in probably a year or more.
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