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Originally Posted by wacki /forum/post/0
I'm going to buy a set of bass shakers and then install them in my gfs couch. Like all home audio upgrades, she throws a fit until I show her a before & after comparison... then she smiles.
So what movie scenes are best to demo a bass shaker?
Originally Posted by below90hz /forum/post/19576471
I've listened to just about every movie with major bass scenes - repeatedly. The three that stand out to me are as follows:
1) Flight of the Phoenix (FotP) - the whole plane crash scene starting from when the plane takes off. Then from when the co-pilot hits his head to the crash, it is nothing but 5-10 minutes of constant waves of migraine-inducing bass.
2) Cloverfield - this movie has some of the hardest-hitting, lowest bass scenes ever. And there's lots of them. Perfect for a butt-shaker.
3) Transformers 2 - the first 5 minutes of the movie has some of the best bass for demo-ing. And the last 30-40 minutes of the movie is nothing but gunfire, explosions, crashes and bass-heavy mayhem in general.
Originally Posted by taoggniklat /forum/post/19577039
*rant* I do find it hard to justify buying WOW just for that scene, when there are so many options that are actually great flicks with great sound. */endrant*