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Thanks again Aron! You're the man!!

And that graph for Asimilate explains why there was some good wobble in there when watching last night. I can't wait to rewatch with BEQ!
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John Wick 3...holy gunshot transients!

My favorite one in particular is at one point where he shoots upward into glass, and there's a combination of an epic transient and Atmos height usage simultaneously that creates a unique effect unlike anything I've experienced on my system before. Really cool!
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John Wick 3...holy gunshot transients!

My favorite one in particular is at one point where he shoots upward into glass, and there's a combination of an epic transient and Atmos height usage simultaneously that creates a unique effect unlike anything I've experienced on my system before. Really cool!
I must be getting old, as I thought JW2 was mixed a lot louder and the gun shots were more crisp. I had to turn up my MV by 2db to -8db. I am going to watch that scene again. I may be getting used to Atmos so perhaps did not pick it out, or something has gone out of whack on my calibration
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Hey, Geo. Did you watch it with BEQ? I wonder how similar the LPCM track and the ATMOS are, because the latter looks pretty good.
I wanted to try Underworld BD using the Atmos BEQ but since it was a first time watch and format, I wanted to experience it normally. I wasn't disappointed in the bass at all!

Also I run my subs very hot so I'm extra careful on trying BEQ for formats they haven't been approved for yet.

On another note, now that I'm typing this I remember that about half way through the movie I turned on Neural X upmixer because this movie sounds like it was screaming for it. Much better experience!

The picture quality tho made me jump and check the review for the 4K because the quality is amazing and wanted to see if they improved. I'm still on the fence about it tho. Would like to hear from people who own both the BD and 4K and hear their impressions.
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I'm not familiar with the MP-50's voicings. It might be usable. Can it do filters <20 hz? A quick google search isn't showing me the parameters for it. That's usually the limiting factor with most devices.

If it does, then you can most likely give it a spin to try out BEQ. Adding a miniDSP to your mix might still make sense though since it'll give you access to the save files and tools everyone is using around it Having less friction every time you watch a title usually results in using it more.
Thank you for your reply.

I have gone back and checked the voicings tool and it doesn't go below 20Hz so a miniDSP HD looks the way to go.

There is a lot of love for actuators like the Crowsons on the thread. Do you connect these to the processor? All the connectors on the MP-50 are XLR outs.

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Thank you for your reply.

I have gone back and checked the voicings tool and it doesn't go below 20Hz so a miniDSP HD looks the way to go.

There is a lot of love for actuators like the Crowsons on the thread. Do you connect these to the processor? All the connectors on the MP-50 are XLR outs.

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Crowsons, BOSS, BKs, etc. all use an amp. So hook it up as you would any other sub amp. If you get a miniDSP then hook the Crowson amp up to it too. You definitely want to BEQ them. They shine with ULF frequency. Honestly, with the current state of filtering they're almost a waste of money if you're not BEQing the titles.

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I must be getting old, as I thought JW2 was mixed a lot louder and the gun shots were more crisp. I had to turn up my MV by 2db to -8db. I am going to watch that scene again. I may be getting used to Atmos so perhaps did not pick it out, or something has gone out of whack on my calibration
Oh, I'm not saying it's as good or better than JW1 or JW2. It's just that the gunshot transients were the thing that mostly stuck out in this particular mix since they are in such great abundance, with that one other height effect I described being very unique and my favorite. I wouldn't say JW3 is one of my favorite mixes, it's not really amazing or anything, but the gunshot transients were still solid on my system, which is admittedly set up for extremely powerful TR transients in general.

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Oh, I'm not saying it's as good or better than JW1 or JW2. It's just that the gunshot transients were the thing that mostly stuck out in this particular mix since they are in such great abundance, with that one other height effect I described being very unique and my favorite. I wouldn't say JW3 is one of my favorite mixes, it's not really amazing or anything, but the gunshot transients were still solid on my system, which is admittedly set up for extremely powerful transients in general.


Ah got it. Watched MIB international right after and found it much better so to your point it could be the system difference and what it really enhances. I feel better that it’s not my age yet
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Ah got it. Watched MIB international right after and found it much better so to your point it could be the system difference and what it really enhances. I feel better that it’s not my age yet
I agree, the audio for MIB:I was so much better than JW3 for me also. I thought MIB:I was an incredible track!

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Watched Endgame Atmos with BEQ tonight. Didn't even bother watching it without BEQ first.


The sound was fantastic, much better than previous Marvel mixes. The bass was awesome too at -10, plenty of rumbling. I'm sure BEQ had something to do with that though!

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Thank you very much for the effort! It was fantastic with Bass EQ turned on, late to the scene but better late than never

Enjoying all the movies now with bass EQ

Avengers endgame was a totally different movie with Bass EQ turned on

Superb !! All those single digit infrasonics, damn! It’s satisfying indeed
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Oh, I'm not saying it's as good or better than JW1 or JW2. It's just that the gunshot transients were the thing that mostly stuck out in this particular mix since they are in such great abundance, with that one other height effect I described being very unique and my favorite. I wouldn't say JW3 is one of my favorite mixes, it's not really amazing or anything, but the gunshot transients were still solid on my system, which is admittedly set up for extremely powerful TR transients in general.
I watched JW3 last night and I'm with you on the gun shots. It sounds like it might be dependent on your TR set-up. I think my BOSS is tuned for them. I was feeling ever gunshot. I was a little sore by the end of the movie. It felt like I had been shot 5000 times.

The Atmos effect you were talking about, do you have a timestamp for it? I want to go revisit it. I'm assuming it's during the fight scene near the end in that glass display room.
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The Atmos effect you were talking about, do you have a timestamp for it? I want to go revisit it. I'm assuming it's during the fight scene near the end in that glass display room.
I think it was just after the 1h44m mark, when he grabs a gun off the ground and shoots directly upward and the camera angle quickly changes to an overhead shot.
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I watched JW3 last night and I'm with you on the gun shots. It sounds like it might be dependent on your TR set-up. I think my BOSS is tuned for them. I was feeling ever gunshot. I was a little sore by the end of the movie. It felt like I had been shot 5000 times.

The Atmos effect you were talking about, do you have a timestamp for it? I want to go revisit it. I'm assuming it's during the fight scene near the end in that glass display room.
Man, I've been trying to hold off on this one for whenever I could make time to watch them in order, but the more I keep seeing y'all discuss it, I don't think I can wait any longer. Lol
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Man, I've been trying to hold off on this one for whenever I could make time to watch them in order, but the more I keep seeing y'all discuss it, I don't think I can wait any longer. Lol

JW 1&2 both have their share of great audio. You should enjoy all 3.
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We watched Aladdin last night. It has a really good Atmos track, the bass is legitimately solid, and I think they did a great job with the remake in general.

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Man, I've been trying to hold off on this one for whenever I could make time to watch them in order, but the more I keep seeing y'all discuss it, I don't think I can wait any longer. Lol
Just to clarify because of the way you said that. If you haven't seen 1 and 2, don't watch 3. You need to see the first ones first. Three will not make sense since it picks up right where two ends. If you were waiting just to rewatch the first 2 before 3 then it'll be ok.

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Just to clarify because of the way you said that. If you haven't seen 1 and 2, don't watch 3. You need to see the first ones first. Three will not make sense since it picks up right where two ends. If you were waiting just to rewatch the first 2 before 3 then it'll be ok.
I've seen all 3. I just hadn't seen part 3 BEQ'd with the ThrueHD mix. Only the preliminary DD+, hence the anxiousness.

I have to admit that these are a guilty pleasure of mine. I absolutely love them!

It actually makes me laugh when discussing them with people that I know who are so wrapped up with things like his style of fighting and all of the head shots and whatnot, that they fail to see what it is that makes these movies so great. Then, whenever I explain to them that them being so over the top & campy is what they are going for, they just look at each other, kind of nod their heads, and go, "Okay, I get it now.". Lol


However, I did just finish watching it again, and man, it did not disappoint at all.

Whenever that drop of water fell at the intro and landed...I new right then that I was in for a treat. When that thing landed it was like a gunshot to the chest! I was like WTF???

The surround mix was fantastic as well, and after hearing y'alls impressions about seeing it with Atmos, it makes me wish that I had it integrated into my setup even more. Hopefully I can change that sooner, rather than later.

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Watched Endgame Atmos with BEQ tonight. Didn't even bother watching it without BEQ first.


The sound was fantastic, much better than previous Marvel mixes. The bass was awesome too at -10, plenty of rumbling. I'm sure BEQ had something to do with that though!
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Thank you very much for the effort! It was fantastic with Bass EQ turned on, late to the scene but better late than never

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Superb !! All those single digit infrasonics, damn! It’s satisfying indeed
That was also the first movie I watched with BEQ and wow! I watched the DTS version and used the same atmos beq and I loved it! I will say for you guys that don't have crowsons or BOSS or any type of TR device you guys are really missing out on the single digit stuff......just crowsons alone is more the reason to do BEQ!

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BTW, I've added a link in my signature for the BEQ's I've been producing so anyone can just get them from my google drive. I'm probably doing less popular and older films. Including Die Hard 2. I've done about 50 so far. My reports aren't pretty and just show heat map and spectrum. I've been rewatching a lot in my HT, and am starting now to assess the need for BEQ on them before I watch it. I have posted a few flat spectrums for ones I've looked at that don't need it (in my opinion).

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I appreciate your contributions, M0ber, even if for now I'm only using your graphs. It's nice to see additional graphs for some older, or less popular movies. I actually have many of those movies .

Edit: 30 Days of Night (2007) seems unfinished.

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I appreciate your contributions, M0ber, even if for now I'm only using your graphs. It's nice to see additional graphs for some older, or less popular movies. I actually have many of those movies .

Edit: 30 Days of Night (2007) seems unfinished.

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Thanks, I appreciate it! I've watched a few using them and they are quite OK.

Yeah, 30 days of Night is pretty flat, not sure needed - I thought I 'd just stuck that picture in the "Movies with Native Flat Response" sub folder. I guess I could add a couple of PEQs.

I created the other folder so I could track the ones I've looked at that seem pretty good already. Looking at it though I probably can squeeze some more out of them...

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Yeah, I've been thinking about doing and rewatching and BEQing some Rodreiguez movies, like the Machete ones, From Dusk Till Dawn, Planet Terror. Problem is I'm all disc based so it takes a long time to BEQ.
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Thanks, I appreciate it! I've watched a few using them and they are quite OK.

Yeah, 30 days of Night is pretty flat, not sure needed - I thought I 'd just stuck that picture in the "Movies with Native Flat Response" sub folder. I guess I could add a couple of PEQs.

I created the other folder so I could track the ones I've looked at that seem pretty good already. Looking at it though I probably can squeeze some more out of them...
Appreciate the folder with ""Movies with Native Flat Response" so that I can assess the capability of my system with unfiltered content before moving into BEQ
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