I'm sure everyone has their own reasons for not trying BEQ,
But I don't think there's anyone who truly doubts the benefits, at least I hope not.
If anyone needs to see a good example of how studios are castrating new releases:
Hellboy II in 4K/DTS:X compared to the Original Bluray DTS-HD MA
...and that's from Universal Studios, not even a Disney release!
In the last 10 months since the start of the BEQ thread,
760+ titles have been added to the repo, (repository of miniDSP files free to download)
... so the hard part is already done for you.
The Ultimate Bass Movie thread has only added 6 Bass Monster titles in the past 5 months.
2019 started strong, but let's face facts here, it's starting to fall off a cliff (pun intended)
So I would hope no one thinks a miniDSP 2x4HD isn't worth $200 to make almost every release a 4-5 Star Bass flick.
(not only for 760+ titles posted to date, but every new release coming up)
I think most people who are interested in BassEQ know where to find it now, Here
..in case you missed it.
There's always going to be newcomers reading here, so a passing mention or the odd graph seem to be tolerated here lately,
but let's not press it too hard here or there will be backlash from those that have heard it all already.
For those that are interested but haven't made the leap of faith yet,
...of all the reasons not to try BEQ, We are attempting to mitigate any confusion
and have been working very hard at making it more user friendly to install and get up to speed right away.
The running joke lately has been "So simple even a Caveman can do it"
....and it's absolutely true.
Detailed instructions and screen shots are being fine-tuned every week whenever an obstacle is presented.
There are several recent success stories from "computer challenged" members that have been stepped through the entire setup.
I know it works because I was one of them, and was manually inserting Low Shelf filters one at a time up until mid April this year
The "system" is so fine tuned now, that after the initial install/setup, you can load any movie from the 760+ repo with just a single mouse click now.
Way Less time than it takes to pull a disc from the case, drop it in the tray and press play.
...and "if" you want to go to the next step, it's totally optional!
You can easily merge all the BEQ files with your own House Curve, in less than a minute with the BEQ-Designer App (freebie download)
Don't have a House Curve yet? No worries, we can even help you create one using the miniDSP software if you have REW and a UMIK-1.
I realize the amount of information on the first page can be intimidating and overwhelming at a glance, However
a large portion of it is totally optional/supplementary that can be ignored completely or explored at a later date as your comfort level increases.
I created a TL;DR shortened version to make the basics easier: Here
I'll leave you with this, the latest addition to the list...
Captain Marvel ATMOS
(check out the <20Hz/-20dB levels before/after BEQ)
Full Range vs 30Hz
Sorry for the interruption, carry on