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You need more than : Thor -The Dark World ?

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You need more than : Thor -The Dark World ?

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I was so confused by this response I looked back and saw that you imbedded an imgur of the graph. My computer didn't show that, nor that there was a link, just a blank space. Sorry bud, that's all me.
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I agree. I rewatched the 1st 2 Thor movies on Vudu and the bass was way better than Ragnarock. Ragnarock was still fun but the bass didn't hit and go as low as the 1st 2 movies.

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Low end on the Venom Atmos (regular blu-ray) track very impressive- sure to please
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Any graphs for Doom? Been playing the video game on Xbox(the newer 4k one) and the bass/overall sound is amaze balls.
Wondering how the movie is, I believe it came out in 2015 with Karl Urban.

It came out in 2005, didn't realise Karl Urban was in it, I only remember The Rock
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Low end on the Venom Atmos (regular blu-ray) track very impressive- sure to please
If only the movie was better.

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If only the movie was better.
Is it that bad? I am still on the fence if I'm gonna watch it...
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If only the movie was better.
we can leave that for different forum - killer track thou
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I was so confused by this response I looked back and saw that you imbedded an imgur of the graph. My computer didn't show that, nor that there was a link, just a blank space. Sorry bud, that's all me.
man I couldn't see the pic and didn't know which movie was being referenced either till I saw your quote. weird

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Is it that bad? I am still on the fence if I'm gonna watch it...
It's watchable but I was really hoping for a better movie. Good bass though.
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Is it that bad? I am still on the fence if I'm gonna watch it...
I actually did not think it was bad at all...individual preferences...

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Venom wasn't bad....i was expecting worse lol... Which probably helped me like it more. The soundtrack is a beast!

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Agreed...I didn't think Venom was that bad and the bass was stellar. I enjoyed it much more then the Nun, even though those random 20hz drops out of nowhere we're pretty fun.
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Agreed...I didn't think Venom was that bad and the bass was stellar. I enjoyed it much more then the Nun, even though those random 20hz drops out of nowhere we're pretty fun.
It was really awesome with BEQ...it seems all movies now seem good to me with BEQ...

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It was really awesome with BEQ...it seems all movies now seem good to me with BEQ...

Not been following BEQ – so you guys are just EQ’en the lower region with big boost -
Are you re authoring the actual soundtrack or real time when viewing movie.?
Be interesting to hear – has any torrents been uploaded with samples?

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Not been following BEQ – so you guys are just EQ’en the lower region with big boost -

Are you re authoring the actual soundtrack or real time when viewing movie.?

Be interesting to hear – has any torrents been uploaded with samples?


Check out the BEQ thread. You will find all your answers there and what is required to make it work.


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Venom wasn't bad....i was expecting worse lol... Which probably helped me like it more. The soundtrack is a beast!

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Watching now thru vudu. Really nice bass.
Kinda enjoying the movie as well except I keep picturing him in MMFR lol.
Can't wait to compare the disc to digital when I get it.
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Late to the party, but finally received my Equalizer 2 Steelbook! Took me 2 days to watch it because I have very little free time during the Holiday season.

Yeah, it shook my house pretty good! Excellent audio

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Late to the party, but finally received my Equalizer 2 Steelbook! Took me 2 days to watch it because I have very little free time during the Holiday season.



Yeah, it shook my house pretty good! Excellent audio

I just watched it this week too.

The last act was very reminiscent of Hurricane Heist for several reasons, and the bass was excellent throughout. I didn’t find most the bass to be as plentiful or hard hitting as the graph lead me to believe. I only watched the DTS-MA 7.1 track, but even with added BEQ, it didn’t blow my doors off like I hoped at reference levels, so maybe the Atmos track is mastered a little higher. Still very solid bass.

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I just watched it this week too.

The last act was very reminiscent of Hurricane Heist for several reasons, and the bass was excellent throughout. I didn’t find most the bass to be as plentiful or hard hitting as the graph lead me to believe. I only watched the DTS-MA 7.1 track, but even with added BEQ, it didn’t blow my doors off like I hoped at reference levels, so maybe the Atmos track is mastered a little higher. Still very solid bass.
Equalizer 2 is a 16-20hz monster (even with no BEQ), with 20hz peaking the highest up close to -10 (dbfs signals) and 16-30hz close to -15, and everything else (above and below 16-30hz) between -20 to -25 with BEQ. Your VNF right behind you is tuned to 20hz right? (which is more wobble and weight IMO in this movie than hitting hard in the mid LFs and MB area). I thought this track really brought it across the board, but is definitely more ULF based than some of the other full band movies because of the huge 20hz peak and style that was used.

Yeah the Atmos track could be a little different than the DTS-MA 7.1 track you spun though. Just for fun, you may try upping your sub trims a little more than your usual on this one if you didn't already and see what it feels like (this will bring the above 25hz up and make it hit harder, but will raise the 20hz as well). My subs trims on this one are boosted about 6db over what Audy sets them at (flat all the way across with the speakers) plus my House Curve of about 6-10db rising form 60-80hz to 5-7hz. So I'm around 15-16hz hot at 20hz and below. Felt just about right on this one.

This one is one of my favorites for ULF awesomeness (especially with BEQ) at bass ref levels or even my lower late night levels. LF and Midbass felt great as well, but I thought this movie does have a little different feel to it though than say Batman vs Superman or MMFR (which do hit hard and I love ...two of my favorites).

IDK, just thinking out loud here as to why you may have felt this way on Equalizer 2. It's all good, sounds like you still liked the bass but we cant always think every one of these movies are the best bass flicks ever in all categories (I wish lol). Preferences and system as well as setup I'm sure play a big part as usual on what we like or don't like on a lot of these tracks. Hurricane Heist has awesome full band low end too but does not slope off on the frequencies to the right after/above 20-25hz like Equalizer 2 and most others. The PVA stays flat all the way across from 0 to 85hz and up around -20 to -15 dbfs signals, making the LF and especially MB way hotter than Equalizer 2 and most other movies. Even though HH is awesome, I prefer the full band movies with more slope, acting more like a rising house curve like IT and Life (with BEQ - which I thought were just mean as hell and loved) and even TIH (with slope but not quite a steep). It feels like you get a lot better balance of ALL the frequencies on the movies with PVA's that have a nice slope on them.

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https://youtu.be/LPehOJ4fhg4
Lol,,, i'm surprised you havent cracked a filling yet. I just started watching myself and right away knew it was going to bring the goods, i was enjoying the show up to the 36:50 timestamp where there was a loud pop in the mix (sort of like a concentrated static pop) that was loud enough it sounds like it could do speaker damage. This was on BR DTS Mstr 7.1. It's been a while since i've had a flawed disc that has done this as it happened a few times on random movies in the past,,, all were DTS mstr 7.1 format. Bummer was enjoying the show.

Anyone else ever experience this issue?

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The audio default setting in my bluray player is Bitstream,, both that and Reencode will allow DTS mstr 7.1 playback with the popping flaw. If i change to PCM, then i get PCM multichannel playback and problem fixed so i think that confirms DTS flaw?? Is there a drop in pure sound quality using the PCM setting? Am i still getting uncompressed audio, and is room correction still engaged? Sorry for going off topic but i reay like this movie so far and am going right now to exchange for another copy. If its also flawed i may just keep it and use PCM if audio quality isn't reduced. Thanks.

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^^ No different on sound quality between bitstream and pcm. Setting bitstream on your bluray means your avr/prepro decodes the sound whereas setting pcm on your bluray player means your bluray player decodes the sound.
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^^ No different on sound quality between bitstream and pcm. Setting bitstream on your bluray means your avr/prepro decodes the sound whereas setting pcm on your bluray player means your bluray player decodes the sound.
To my ears playing the same scenes with bitstream/DTS HD mstr sounds way better that the PCM/Multichannel, (i mean not by a little). The PCM sounds no better than reg Dolby 5.1, while the DTS sounds more detailed and better separation through all channels as well as the details within each channel. Am i off my rocker??

Thanks for the explanation but my ears seem to disagree,,, although i believe what your saying. Could there be something else going on that is making the PCM sound compressed? Could it be the bluray player doesn't have as good of processing?
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^^ don’t doubt what you hear. I should say all else being equal, there shouldn’t be any difference. Perhaps, your Avr/prepro does a better job decoding.
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^^ don’t doubt what you hear. I should say all else being equal, there shouldn’t be any difference. Perhaps, your Avr/prepro does a better job decoding.
AVR is an older Integra while my Bluray player is Yamaha,,, maybe they have a different sound signature. I really like Equalizer2 and since my second copy has the same pop at the same timestamp finding a potential better copy from a different batch wont be for a while so i'll deal with it. Good movie. Thanks again!!

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A transformers movie with such high ratings and positive news? this it weird

If this makes a billion it will hopefully pave the way for a better future for the -
series where you can have a quality script and killer film.



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Equalizer2 will be in my top ten for the movie itself which i really enjoyed, as well as the (OMG BASS) I kept the volume down to make sure there were no further audio pops throughout the rest of the movie which there were not, just one bad one at exactly the 36:38 time stamp which at high volume i'm pretty sure would cause speaker damage.

MV was only at -24 running +5 hot on the trim with AllDSP in max extension mode (although i reduced the gain on the subs to -3.5 from "0"), no other form of bass boost and this movie had my house and furniture shuttering often. I'll hold off a few days but a replay at -12MV will be a must but i think i'll reduce trim to just +3 as the impression i got, if i dont something may break.

Now for something embarrassing,,,,,,, i don't recall seeing the first one,,,,, was it good and can anyone tell me if the BR version was full band as the UHD is?
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Equalizer2 will be in my top ten for the movie itself which i really enjoyed, as well as the (OMG BASS) I kept the volume down to make sure there were no further audio pops throughout the rest of the movie which there were not, just one bad one at exactly the 36:38 time stamp which at high volume i'm pretty sure would cause speaker damage.

MV was only at -24 running +5 hot on the trim with AllDSP in max extension mode (although i reduced the gain on the subs to -3.5 from "0"), no other form of bass boost and this movie had my house and furniture shuttering often. I'll hold off a few days but a replay at -12MV will be a must but i think i'll reduce trim to just +3 as the impression i got, if i dont something may break.

Now for something embarrassing,,,,,,, i don't recall seeing the first one,,,,, was it good and can anyone tell me if the BR version was full band as the UHD is?
As much as I enjoyed the second one, I need to go back and watch the first one again now that you mention it. Its been quite a while since I've seen it, but remember liking it a lot. Don't remember if the bass was as good as E2, I bet its pretty good though.
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