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Thanks for the files Jindrek! Great work and very much appreciated!


Is there gonna be a volume 5 soon?
How did you miss it? I assume at this point everyone is using the Google Drive link in the 1st post? There it is..
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How did you miss it? I assume at this point everyone is using the Google Drive link in the 1st post? There it is..

You're right ofcourse but I meant volume 6 with demo's of the latest movies.
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You do realize how much time and effort goes into this?

As a new member, we will forgive you this time, but read through the forum and read about the creation of the older discs.

Plus you don't need the newest movies.
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You're right ofcourse but I meant volume 6 with demo's of the latest movies.
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read through the forum and read about the creation of the older discs
Just don't try to get any of the really older discs.
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Just don't try to get any of the really older discs.
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I’ve got all those discs. I just don’t have V5. But I have both Of Steve’s discs.


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I figured YOU would, but I was trying to steer mandrake in the right direction.
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Yes, additional scenes are on their way, I've just been busy with life. Also Quicksilv3r, if you wouldn't mind sending me copies of the demo discs you have, I can put them on my drive as well so others can get them as well.
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Yes, additional scenes are on their way, I've just been busy with life. Also Quicksilv3r, if you wouldn't mind sending me copies of the demo discs you have, I can put them on my drive as well so others can get them as well.


Well I had them all on discs, and I haven’t used them in over a year and I just checked, and I must have tossed the discs after my house flooded last year. I lost a lot of data and discs to the flood. My home theatre was destroyed and so were the discs that were in boxes.

This sucks. I probably figured I’d have them backed up but my NAS drive died in the flood too. Our basement had 8 inches of water and the NAS drive was on the floor at my desk


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I can put them on my drive as well so others can get them as well.
What do you need?
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I would need surviving copies of any demo discs that have been released, either through an upload service (preferably dropbox/google drive) or, due to size, alternative means that could be discussed.

If one is going to make a simplistic assessment of the value of different alignments, it would be that sealed/IB goes the lowest, at the highest cost per dB; horns have the lowest cost per dB at the expense of size, and vented box characteristics lie in between the other two. None is inherently superior across the board, neither is any inherently inferior across the board. The one to use is the one that fits your response and output needs, available space and bank account. -BFM
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I'll be in touch.

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So for a noob like me, is this as easy as inserting a USB into my iMac, copying the files, and sticking it into my OPPO?
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Pretty much. Unfortunately, the Mac will put lots of other files on the disc that the OPPO will, hopefully, ignore. Otherwise, you'll need to clean them out on a pc.
What you want is m2ts files in the root directory of the drive.
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Thanks, I do have an older Toughbook at the house....Sounds like that would be the better option?



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Pretty much. Unfortunately, the Mac will put lots of other files on the disc that the OPPO will, hopefully, ignore. Otherwise, you'll need to clean them out on a pc.
What you want is m2ts files in the root directory of the drive.
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Probably. You won't hurt anything by trying the files from the mac. You can clean up the disc if you need to afterwards.
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Well I had them all on discs, and I haven’t used them in over a year and I just checked, and I must have tossed the discs after my house flooded last year. I lost a lot of data and discs to the flood. My home theatre was destroyed and so were the discs that were in boxes.

This sucks. I probably figured I’d have them backed up but my NAS drive died in the flood too. Our basement had 8 inches of water and the NAS drive was on the floor at my desk


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You do realize how much time and effort goes into this?

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Just kidding mate!
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Well I had them all on discs, and I haven’t used them in over a year and I just checked, and I must have tossed the discs after my house flooded last year. I lost a lot of data and discs to the flood. My home theatre was destroyed and so were the discs that were in boxes.

This sucks. I probably figured I’d have them backed up but my NAS drive died in the flood too. Our basement had 8 inches of water and the NAS drive was on the floor at my desk


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Just kidding mate! Good luck with the house.
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@Jindrak and everyone else on this thread that's helped with this: Thank you!

Old thread and I'm late to the party but I grabbed the first two volumes and burned Blu Rays of them (I'm one of those guys that likes physical media )

Fantastic stuff. I'm thrilled for having all of this on one disk. Thanks again!
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Hi all, I read the Blu-ray review of Black Hawk Down and it says "The "F**king Irene!" scene — just a little after the 37-minute mark — remains an awesome, room-pressurizing listen, reaching down to 5Hz with serious decibels, which could potentially ruin a sub while the majority of other subs don't even know it's there". So I got the Blu-ray disc from the library and watched it. I guess my sub falls in the "don't even know it's there" class cause I didn't hear much base during this scene. I have the SVS PB-2000. what kind of sub do you need? are there such subs that can reach down to 5hz? or was it that I had a setting on my AVR that was wrong?

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You need a very big and very powerful sub, or several, or a transducer (ButtKicker, Crowson) or several, or something like a BOSS:
https://www.avsforum.com/forum/19-de...y-theater.html
Nothing wrong with your PB-2000; it just isn't designed for 5Hz.
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Hi all, I read the Blu-ray review of Black Hawk Down and it says "The "F**king Irene!" scene — just a little after the 37-minute mark — remains an awesome, room-pressurizing listen, reaching down to 5Hz with serious decibels, which could potentially ruin a sub while the majority of other subs don't even know it's there". So I got the Blu-ray disc from the library and watched it. I guess my sub falls in the "don't even know it's there" class cause I didn't hear much base during this scene. I have the SVS PB-2000. what kind of sub do you need? are there such subs that can reach down to 5hz? or was it that I had a setting on my AVR that was wrong?
Depending on your room size you need a LOT of big subwoofers to feel 5-6hz, and they need to be sealed subs generally speaking. No single sealed subwoofer is going to give you the feel you are looking for in that scene unless you are on a wooden suspended floor in a small room. On a concrete slab I've experienced that scene with SIXTEEN 18" sealed woofers at @popalock s, and you can see what it does here, and with multiple enthusiasts and their different reactions. Those ultra low frequencies are odd. They'd sum in modes in the room and make intense shows, pant legs flapping, doors rattling like crazy, etc, but then 2 foot to a different direction and you'd feel almost nothing. It was certainly a mix of hotspots in the room.

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