Originally Posted by Kimwyn /forum/post/20220477
^^^^ what should i be looking for in that song? You speak about integration into the system, so what should i notice?
Originally Posted by cschang /forum/post/20220398
The Sheffield Lab Drum & Track Disc is excellent for checking the integration of the subwoofer into your overall system.
Some subs have deep extension, some accurate and articulate, some loud, some have it all, but it doesn't mean much if it is not integrated well.
Originally Posted by RicHSAD /forum/post/20220183
Bear McCreary - Assault on the Colony (from the Battlestar Galactica: Season 4 soundtrack)
It may not have insane deep bass like some of the electronic songs around, but it is 15 minutes of instrumental awesomeness and powerful drums. The BSG soundtrack (all 4 seasons) is probably my favorite soundtrack of all time.
Originally Posted by cschang /forum/post/20220490
Basically...you should not notice if sound is coming from the speakers or the sub. One should not stand out over the other whether it be in loudness or quality.
Originally Posted by Archaea /forum/post/20220838
This preference - like all things - is subjective. I can have this now with my current subs and don't really like it as much as "hot" bass where I can definitely tell I have some subs![/url]
Originally Posted by Luke Kamp /forum/post/20220822
Battlestar Galactica is one that slipped through the cracks for me. I am currently on the second season and loving it! The soundtrack is amazing with powerful drums throughout. I looked up best order to watch and have my netflix que set accordingly.
Originally Posted by RicHSAD /forum/post/20221333
BSG is awesome. Easily my favorite sci-fi show.