Originally Posted by mojomike /forum/post/16212067
That sounds like you have possible problems with room acoustics causing nulls in the frequency response. Try experimenting with different sub locations in the room or try a different seating location. You also could have a phase problem causing some cancellation in the crossover area. If you have a phase control, you might try adjusting that.
What are your main speakers and what crossover are you using?
Originally Posted by mojomike /forum/post/16211957
What about movie scenes that have more impact like the cannons in Master and Commander? Does those give you kick?
Originally Posted by reecew /forum/post/16212892
As mojo said room acoustic's have alot to do with how your sub will sound. I am learning this myself with my setup. Depending on the size of your room you could have a null around the 20-25hz this scene is reaching. I have one at 20Hz thats about 10db and a 14db null at 45hz ouch! Also if its below the tuning point of your sub you might not get the needed ouput to have that gut wrenching feel. How does it do on the skidoosh scene only a few feet away from the sub? Play with room placement and a test tones cd playing sine waves and taking measurements in various locations. Aside from room placement you could add an additional sub to help level your room response or try out an EQ but not to sure if it would do much good.
Originally Posted by SaltwaterCat /forum/post/16215454
Man, that was a funny movie, "Catholic High School Girls in Trouble!"
Originally Posted by thecutter /forum/post/16211986
Only if turned up 10db abobe the other speakers. I run Rt at 0db. Other speakers at -20db.
Originally Posted by digital desire /forum/post/16212309
Voice of dude in Jaws movie: "You're gonna need a bigger sub".
Originally Posted by JBLsound4645 /forum/post/16216299
I did a brief rambling on youtube about this film it also stars my cat Sooty.there is strong use of language, so if your Mormon cover your ears now.
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