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So any advice on where I am going wrong would be appreciated. Just to be clear the above A/B test of Valerian was done with my laptop connected to the miniDSP with the USB cable and the green tick showing the two have a connection present.
You can simply A/B test while the movie is playing by just switching Configs back and forth, no need to pause or lower the volume.

It's better to make sure it's working properly before calling in the family/friends for a test drive. Nice Frequency Response btw!

You'll get it going in no time, it's likely a small missed step or something.
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BEQ Deadpool 2 (2018) Theatrical Cut Atmos

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Watched this for the first time last night with the roommates. Movie is hilarious with so many shots at DC and Marvel lol!

Wasn't as impressed with the bass tho. Felt like I could have raised the volume 2-3 more db. I did read something about removing a filter to make it better but being my first go I wanted to be safe and just load the file without making changes.

Wanted to watch the Unrated aka Super Duper Cut but no BEQ for that one. Any chance of that one getting done, if not no biggie.
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We just watched Hustlers and I thought the BEQ was perfect. The movie was better than expected, and the music in the Atmos track sounded fantastic. I thought the Atmos track was really well-executed for a non-action film.
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Aaron, is it safe to say that watching this movie without BEQ, it would not need the mv reduction? I'm just guessing. I've been thinking about why the bass in this movie doesn't grab me the way it has others.

After my run in with Dark Phoenix and learning from @SBuger experience, it made me re-evaluate my system to see what was wrong. I've learned a lot since then, I'm so glad it happened!! I've brought my tv picture quality to amazing because of it. So thinking maybe there's a reason for me not being hyped about the bass in this one could be system related.
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Watched this for the first time last night with the roommates. Movie is hilarious with so many shots at DC and Marvel lol!

Wasn't as impressed with the bass tho. Felt like I could have raised the volume 2-3 more db. I did read something about removing a filter to make it better but being my first go I wanted to be safe and just load the file without making changes.

Wanted to watch the Unrated aka Super Duper Cut but no BEQ for that one. Any chance of that one getting done, if not no biggie.
I've added it to mine.
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Aaron, is it safe to say that watching this movie without BEQ, it would not need the mv reduction? I'm just guessing. I've been thinking about why the bass in this movie doesn't grab me the way it has others.
The MV adjustments aren't ever required. Just look at the graph and be aware of the levels you will be asking your system to produce if you don't use it. If you know your system well, you might be comfortable with those levels. If not, you could simply reduce the 17Hz shelves by the same 3.5dB and go without the MV adjustment. It's really up to you, they are there to give everyone a consistent known level of the ULF and to give a decent adjustment for the overall volume of the mix, but I wholeheartedly encourage everyone to do what sounds best on their system. I just caution to make sure that people know exactly what they are doing and asking their systems to do, rather than doing things haphazardly.

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Aaron, is it safe to say that watching this movie without BEQ, it would not need the mv reduction? I'm just guessing. I've been thinking about why the bass in this movie doesn't grab me the way it has others.

After my run in with Dark Phoenix and learning from @SBuger experience, it made me re-evaluate my system to see what was wrong. I've learned a lot since then, I'm so glad it happened!! I've brought my tv picture quality to amazing because of it. So thinking maybe there's a reason for me not being hyped about the bass in this one could be system related.
I think most LOVE the bass in GKOTM, but I think I fall in the minority here as well of liking others better (plus I didn’t just love the movie). It does have TONs of bass and wreaks havoc on my poor outside seats with no one setting in them, plus brings some great slam, TR an all that. BUT, I still prefer others more, even with Maybe lessor looking heatmaps and will choose them any day over this one. Weird, but whatever, I guess. Take Alita, Aquaman and Shazam for example, the bass and TR just scares me more (in an awesome kind of way), better than it does in GKOTM. Maybe it’s the style of the bass and the way it’s presented, IDK for sure because they are all FULL BAND and bring it.
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Anyone interested in a new war film with some nice low frequency, I got BEQd and watched Danger Close last night, an Australian movie about the Battle of Long Tan in Vietnam. Some nice effects from helicopters, artillery, gunfire, explosions. Amazing story too. I was aware of the battle from decades back from books.
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So if I'm understanding this correctly, on this movie, without BEQ the recommended MV adjustment would be about -6 to keep things leveled and below -15 dbfs, correct?
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So if I'm understanding this correctly, on this movie, without BEQ the recommended MV adjustment would be about -6 to keep things leveled and below -15 dbfs, correct?
The MV adjustment would be +3 with or without BEQ. The MV adjustment is not really based on the bass.

In any case, even with a +3 MV adjustment, it only goes above -15dB in the ~20-45Hz range, which falls squarely within the wheelhouse of most systems, so I wouldn't really be concerned about being that hot in that range. In my room, being that hot in that range would probably cause some unwanted room noise, but I know my system would handle it easily otherwise.

In the <20Hz range I wouldn't suggest you go above -15dB unless you know your system can handle it.
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Checked out part of one of my new 4K movies I picked up on Black Friday. IIRC, I think I may have heard some not so great things about Spiderman: Far From Home. But then again, maybe it was a different one I was thinking of, or just a review without BEQ possibly.

Anyway, with BEQ, I watched up into the 20-minute area where it looks great on the Heatmap. WOW, I was super impressed with the bass!!!! The BEQ is killer on this one (no suppose here though, as they all are for restoring the filtered goodies), and adds an amazing amount ULF weight, heft and TR, as well as an awesome feeling sharp attack from the over all bass. Right up there with some of the best Ive felt and so glad I decided to pick this one up. Picture was killer too. I don’t remember about the Atmos though, as I was so obsessed with how awesome the bass was LOL. It’s probably pretty decent though, or good enough at least on this one

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Oh yeah, watched Overlord twice too LOL. Gets kinda crazy towards the end, I wasn’t expecting that, but really enjoyed the movie. Wow what a killer bass track this one has with BEQ working its magic!!!! And that intro, first 12 minutes or so …..WOAH …..YEAH!!!!

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Oh yeah, watched Overlord twice too LOL. Gets kinda crazy towards the end, I wasn’t expecting that, but really enjoyed the movie. Wow what a killer bass track this one has with BEQ working its magic!!!! And that intro, first 12 minutes or so …..WOAH …..YEAH!!!!
Have you watched Cloverfield Paradox yet @SBuger ? That's another one of my favourites, I've not seen it with the BOSS installed though, so will try that at some point The film is OK but the bass is spectacular

Oh, I forgot to mention, I watched ep3 of SEE.. yeh very impressive. Old Baba Voss certainly has some moves
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Checked out part of one of my new 4K movies I picked up on Black Friday. IIRC, I think I may have heard some not so great things about Spiderman: Far From Home. But then again, maybe it was a different one I was thinking of, or just a review without BEQ possibly.

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Oh yeah, watched Overlord twice too LOL. Gets kinda crazy towards the end, I wasn’t expecting that, but really enjoyed the movie. Wow what a killer bass track this one has with BEQ working its magic!!!! And that intro, first 12 minutes or so …..WOAH …..YEAH!!!!
Overlord is a great example of BEQ filling in the infrasonics... very buttery at the bottom. I bought that at the BF price to add to my collection. I also got The Matrix trilogy in 4K (upgrade from DVD, believe it or not)... The Matrix at a BF Price and the other two were Steele Books at a good price and as an excuse to burn some RZ points. FWIW, these are worth the upgrade as the fixed the color... and of course, BASS!
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Have you watched Cloverfield Paradox yet @SBuger ? That's another one of my favourites, I've not seen it with the BOSS installed though, so will try that at some point The film is OK but the bass is spectacular

Oh, I forgot to mention, I watched ep3 of SEE.. yeh very impressive. Old Baba Voss certainly has some moves
I haven’t seen it in full yet, but the other day I did check out the first part of it to see what I was in for Yeah seemed to have awesome bass!!!

Cool on SEE!!! I think the last one is coming out tomorrow or Friday. I think there is only going to be 8 episodes, but hopefully I’m wrong than there will be 10. I’m bummed this one is fixing to be over and will have to wait until season 2, as I think I’ve enjoyed this series more than any other I’ve watched so far, including Altered Carbon and Dark. Oh well I’ve got so much stuff to watch now with going through all the MCU’s in order plus all the ones I picked up on Black Friday (25 all together I think LOL), so that should keep me busy for a long time, plus the newer ones coming out like Angel has Fallen, Rambo Last Blood, Ad Astra. BTW, @aron7awol – looking forward to the BEQ on these last two!! I don’t think they’ve hit yet on disc and still pre-order, but I did see where they can be streamed with DV and Atmos on Apple+ the other day, and since I haven’t been able to tell a diff between these good ones and actual disc, I may just watch them this way
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Overlord is a great example of BEQ filling in the infrasonics... very buttery at the bottom. I bought that at the BF price to add to my collection. I also got The Matrix trilogy in 4K (upgrade from DVD, believe it or not)... The Matrix at a BF Price and the other two were Steele Books at a good price and as an excuse to burn some RZ points. FWIW, these are worth the upgrade as the fixed the color... and of course, BASS!
Cool on Overlord, Tweakophyte (I like your forum name ). Yeah, fantastic low end with BEQ. Overlord was one of my BF purchases as well Nice on the Matrix’s too!!

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Does this work with Netflix and other streaming services or will it only work with Bluray discs?
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Does this work with Netflix and other streaming services or will it only work with Bluray discs?
Yes, it works with Netflix and other streaming services. The mini applies the filters to the sub itself so whichever content you watch on your Fire Stick/Roku/Apple TV, etc - will carry their LFE content to the sub and voila.

Once you download the BEQ files, you'll see the different categories of Movies & TV Shows - which have helpful indications indicating which streaming service .ie. (Netflix) and which audio track ie. (DD 5.1, Atmos), etc
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Yes, it works with Netflix and other streaming services. The mini applies the filters to the sub itself so whichever content you watch on your Fire Stick/Roku/Apple TV, etc - will carry their LFE content to the sub and voila.

Once you download the BEQ files, you'll see the different categories of Movies & TV Shows - which have helpful indications indicating which streaming service .ie. (Netflix) and which audio track ie. (DD 5.1, Atmos), etc
Thanks. Will the effect still be dramatic enough to justify the cost if I will use this 99% for netflix movies? Will this also function on 100% of netflix' movies as well or only a small part of it?

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Thanks. Will the effect still be dramatic enough to justify the cost if I will use this 99% for netflix movies? Will this also function on 100% of netflix' movies as well or only a small part of it?

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Only if the movie or series is in the repositories. So given the volume on netflix, in general the answer is no.
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Howdy, Could we get BEQ fro The Raid 1 and 2?
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How are most of you implementing BEQ? I am just using the GitHub repository on an old macbook, and the MiniDSP app. Any thoughts on using a different approach?

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How are most of you implementing BEQ? I am just using the GitHub repository on an old macbook, and the MiniDSP app. Any thoughts on using a different approach?

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That's pretty much the way to do it. Only addition would be to throw BEQDesigner into the mix if you also want to run a house curve.

Now that things are starting to slow down at work thanks to the holidays I'm hoping to get back to finishing us BEQ Browser. It really took a backseat lately since my work schedule has been insane. I was pulled into another project that's was behind schedule. Luckily it ships next week and things should be more sane afterwards.
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I know it's only just been released but will you be adding V Wars on Netflix to the repository? Holding off on trying it in the hopes of seeing it appear in here. Many thanks in advance
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Checked out part of one of my new 4K movies I picked up on Black Friday. IIRC, I think I may have heard some not so great things about Spiderman: Far From Home. But then again, maybe it was a different one I was thinking of, or just a review without BEQ possibly.

Anyway, with BEQ, I watched up into the 20-minute area where it looks great on the Heatmap. WOW, I was super impressed with the bass!!!! The BEQ is killer on this one (no suppose here though, as they all are for restoring the filtered goodies), and adds an amazing amount ULF weight, heft and TR, as well as an awesome feeling sharp attack from the over all bass. Right up there with some of the best Ive felt and so glad I decided to pick this one up. Picture was killer too. I don’t remember about the Atmos though, as I was so obsessed with how awesome the bass was LOL. It’s probably pretty decent though, or good enough at least on this one
Ok, thought I’d update this a bit on Spiderman: Far From Home that I started the other day up to about the 25 minute mark but didn’t finish. Well, I finished it yesterday and must have had some serious tunnel vision going on with the Bass only when I said I didn’t remember the Atmos LOL. I still feel the same about the Bass with BEQ (it’s amazing!!) as well as the PQ on this one (just as amazing I thought!!).

But the Atmos …HOLY WOWZERS!!! Overall its great with some real nice moments throughout, but one place in particular is just exceptional for Surround and Atmos in one of the scenes!!! Like right up there as crazy good as “Another Life’s” Atmos track on the last couple episodes (it’s amazing on all of the episodes though if your not familiar with it yet). You can literally follow the sounds/effects around your room and ceiling while not ever actually sounding like its coming directly from your speakers, just flowing so well and realistic like it’s actually happening. Crazy cool!!!

If you guys need some fresh new demo material for awesome Bass and TR with BEQ as well as some insanely cool Atmos, I posted a review with Time Stamps and all of that this morning in the TR thread that may be of interest to some of you guys HERE.
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Abominable (2019)_Atmos please Aron, TIA.
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Abominable (2019)_Atmos please Aron, TIA.
+1 to this!

Also, if you could throw in The Cell - Director's Cut (DTS-HD MA 5.1), that would be much appreciated as well.


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Another request Aron:

Ad Astra 2019 TrueHD.7.1.Atmos

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Hey Shelby,

Speaking of Atmos...

I thought about posting this in the Atmos thread, but I thought I might get in trouble.

Last weekend I watched Avatar with the family off of Disney +. I swear the surround effects were almost as good as any of the best Atmos movies I have ever seen and Avatar is only 5.1 (I used the DTS upmixer). I felt completely surrounded the whole movie with plenty of sounds seeming to come from directly behind me which doesn't happen very often even in the best Atmos mixes.

It could be that it's been a while since I've watched a good Atmos movie so the "newness" of being surrounded caught me off guard since I haven't been used to it lately?

I don't know, but I remember thinking during the movie that good old 5.1 with an upmixer is extremely underrated when it's a great mix.

Sorry for the off topic guys, just curious if anyone else has experienced this and I didn't want to stir up a hornets nest.
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