Originally Posted by bulls
ok i went right to the noisy stuff
i turned it up to -10
took some rew, looks like i cropped out the dB levels - manual added on , promise no cheating
yeah i mean there is alot of bass , centered around 20-30hz
1 JTR wind during the creature thing tentacles
then lots of 20-30 hz shakes
lots of shake-shake boom-boom
i did a 6hz test tone to make sure my seatons still hit it after a recent re-calibration... not much mic resolution down there but <10hz still happenin
... maybe the way they mixed it (too busy & repetitive similar sound composites) causes (me) auditory boringness
all imho and all that sht no offense to the highly ULF-golden-eared attendants of this sub-forum.
With a BOSS, you won't feel that one note "shake-shake-boom-boom" any more but rather articulated ULF and TR that will be different for every object on the screen....no kidding!
Below is a recent review of Aquaman from someone who just finished building his own BOSS. This is how Aquaman should sound and feel......check it out in my build thread signature below.
One example of a recent BOSS build and first impressions......
"I was worried about the 3 sheets hurting because of the extra weight, but this thing shakes the platform and my recliner so violently and seemingly effortlessly that you would think it weighs nothing.
It just doesnt seem right that such a low level 15 inch driver powered by a receiver of all things should be able to thrash my seat around so violently, but it does it, cleanly and with authority. The effect is not like what you would experience in a 4d movie at Universal Studios, that tactile is more one noted and gets repetitive quickly. With this you actually feel each bass note as it was intended.
Using Aquaman as an example, the shark ramming the glass feels very different from the soldiers busting through the light house walls which feels very different from a trident blast which feels very different from a water bubble burst. It makes you like it more and more as opposed to growing tired of it quickly and wanting to turn it off."