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Don't forget about the Sledge hammer scene. from John Wick. It's amazing.
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Don't forget about the Sledge hammer scene. from John Wick. It's amazing.
Agreed! Most seem to always down play this scene to the club scene, its the reference scene for me
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Agreed! Most seem to always down play this scene to the club scene, its the reference scene for me
It's just a very quick scene, whereas the club scene allows you to spend a little more time with the boogeyman.
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It's just a very quick scene, whereas the club scene allows you to spend a little more time with the boogeyman.
Lol! no doubt but I look forward to that slam and decay that resonates through the room and tingles the teeth , its all good with the boogeyman
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JW 2 has the potential to be as good as the first. I know JW is good but it still pales when comparing to the big old dogs. I think we forget since it has been so long and how many times are we going to watch the older bass movies. I have not scene a demo of WOTW in a long time always trying for something new but everyone should try it once in a while to put things into perspective. Same for other 5 star monsters. TIH is another.
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JW 2 has the potential to be as good as the first. I know JW is good but it still pales when comparing to the big old dogs. I think we forget since it has been so long and how many times are we going to watch the older bass movies. I have not scene a demo of WOTW in a long time always trying for something new but everyone should try it once in a while to put things into perspective. Same for other 5 star monsters. TIH is another.
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I just watched WOTW a little while ago. Definitely fun. And in my opinion TIH is still the go to movie if you just want to swim in a sea of nonstop bass intensity for two hours. There are other films out there that have plenty of great scenes but TIH strings bass scene after bass scene one after the other for almost the entire movie. It's a must own for bassheads.

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Just rented Hacksaw Ridge and I have tomorrow off with the house to myself. Time to let the V3601's off the leash and see what they can do.
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I just watched WOTW a little while ago. Definitely fun. And in my opinion TIH is still the go to movie if you just want to swim in a sea of nonstop bass intensity for two hours. There are other films out there that have plenty of great scenes but TIH strings bass scene after bass scene one after the other for almost the entire movie. It's a must own for bassheads.
Just wish I enjoyed TIH movie a bit more. If so, I would definitely be watching it more often!

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Just rented Hacksaw Ridge and I have tomorrow off with the house to myself. Time to let the V3601's off the leash and see what they can do.

Purchased it this past weekend because of all the good hype it got here. Haven't had a chance to watch it yet. Really looking forward to the next time I get an empty house.

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I did not know, but now I do.

I thought maybe it was a submarine movie with great bass.
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Agreed.

I just watched WOTW a little while ago. Definitely fun. And in my opinion TIH is still the go to movie if you just want to swim in a sea of nonstop bass intensity for two hours. There are other films out there that have plenty of great scenes but TIH strings bass scene after bass scene one after the other for almost the entire movie. It's a must own for bassheads.
Pardon my ignorance but what "TIH" stands for?
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Pardon my ignorance but what "TIH" stands for?
I'm guessing "The Incredible Hulk". Am I correct, acronym gurus?
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Thank you, I was missing this one in my acronym "data-bass"

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Just rented Hacksaw Ridge and I have tomorrow off with the house to myself. Time to let the V3601's off the leash and see what they can do.
Do yourself a favor Hop and skip the rental and go buy it! Never know what Lionsgate has done to the rental, Knowing this , I went for the 4k+Blu+Digital copy for under $25 (4k coming in a few years) you wont regret it !
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Do yourself a favor Hop and skip the rental and go buy it! Never know what Lionsgate has done to the rental, Knowing this , I went for the 4k+Blu+Digital copy for under $25 (4k coming in a few years) you wont regret it !
Hey audiofan, is that the price at the stores around town (Target, BB, etc...)? I was going to pick up the 4k version tom or Fri locally...
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Hey audiofan, is that the price at the stores around town (Target, BB, etc...)? I was going to pick up the 4k version tom or Fri locally...
Yep! should be. I picked mine up at Walmart
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Big thanks @MrGrey for uploading both EoT graphs.

It's a good (and extreme) example of how an intense audio event during the course of a film can imprint itself so clearly and even the average graph is affected by it greatly.

Another good example is Lone Survivor where a single <2min sequence can turn a PvA graph from a 30hz movie to a 5hz movie.

It's not easy but if you can train yourself to unsee these types of things you can see the true shape and extension of a movie. Every once in a while a movie will appear to have a lot of deep bass when really it could be mere seconds in a full length movie. This is caused by the intensity of the effect and contrasted with the dynamic range of the movie entirely.
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Call me dumb if you want, but how to you interpret the graph?

Are you looking for a big difference of peak against average line?
Where do you consider your top level? is -50db or -10db high?
What is "normal"? what is Great?

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Big thanks @MrGrey for uploading both EoT graphs.

It's a good (and extreme) example of how an intense audio event during the course of a film can imprint itself so clearly and even the average graph is affected by it greatly.

Another good example is Lone Survivor where a single <2min sequence can turn a PvA graph from a 30hz movie to a 5hz movie.

It's not easy but if you can train yourself to unsee these types of things you can see the true shape and extension of a movie. Every once in a while a movie will appear to have a lot of deep bass when really it could be mere seconds in a full length movie. This is caused by the intensity of the effect and contrasted with the dynamic range of the movie entirely.

Yes but if you look at JW which everyone mentions the EoT without intro still has a deeper and superior graph. It still extends below 10hz. I believe Ricci stated it went from a 5 star with intro to a 4.5 without. Still a very good bass film, deep and weighty.

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Big thanks @MrGrey for uploading both EoT graphs.

It's a good (and extreme) example of how an intense audio event during the course of a film can imprint itself so clearly and even the average graph is affected by it greatly.

Another good example is Lone Survivor where a single <2min sequence can turn a PvA graph from a 30hz movie to a 5hz movie.

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I'd love to see a new kind of graph similar to these but in three dimensions. We currently have frequency on X and DBs on Y. I would propose it being awesome if the Z axis was time (say in 10 minute chuncks) with a now area representing the % of overall movie run time where that frequency is playing at that DB level. Something similar to a waterfall graph with different axis definitions.
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Oh yea? You simply want to make sure that NO ONE understands the graphs then? Just a pretty color picture with christmas colored lines and such?

Haha, It's hard enough for most people to comprehend what's going on with the PvA's as it is. I feel like one of us has to explain to another what they mean just about every other day....
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Oh yea? You simply want to make sure that NO ONE understands the graphs then? Just a pretty color picture with christmas colored lines and such?



Haha, It's hard enough for most people to comprehend what's going on with the PvA's as it is. I feel like one of us has to explain to another what they mean just about every other day....


Haha thats true. I'm a data guy by trade so this is my normal thought process

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Okay… I just watched Hacksaw Ridge. Great movie! Loved everything about it. The bass was incredible…. the picture on the wall distracted me because I could see it wobbling out of the corner of my eye and my couch was shuttering under me for extended periods. Definitely buying this in 4K.
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