Anyone watch Project Power with Jamie Foxx? Good flick with some decent bass!
Yeah that one surprised me and infuriates me. If mixers can do that good of a job on a movie like this, what the bleepity bleep, bleep is wrong with Disney sound engineers?Hadn't seen RE afterlife since I added the PB3000 in my setup and my god the soundtrack is just nuts - the music, the weapons and the creepy noises its all just super effective. Bass is nonstop and clean and precise. Highly recommended as others have mentioned multiple times in here. Really hope rest of the series brings the same atmos madness to the UHD discs soon!
It's like we are all bottom feeding for bass these days! Ugh....I saw listed but maybe I will give it a go. Soooooooooooooooo bored! Need bass! ;-)
Pretty decent bass, I'll give you that. Good flick though? I don't even remember what the movie is about or any part of it. Easily top 3 worst movie I've watched all year and I've watched a lot. Yawn inducing.Anyone watch Project Power with Jamie Foxx? Good flick with some decent bass!
Mad Max Fury Road will always remain one of my favorite films to watch over and over... for demo purposes and for pure high octane entertainment. I even like it better than the original films (yeah, I know... sacrilege). Story? Meh! But I don't care... the audio, visuals and action sequences are so top notch, I forgive it for all of its other flaws!Also did Mad Max Fury Road today first time with current configuration. Bad movie still, but frackin amazing soundmix. So many movies so little viewing time.
i still need to watch this movie!!! i will get to it i promise
I am glad you enjoyed it, I had no idea it was bass worthy!I appreciate the recommendation for Headhunters! It's really good and the bass is as well, when called upon.
The main protagonist has a striking resemblance to a young Christopher Walken.
Totally agreed. Someone challenged me on this and had me watch a movie on netflix with a huge bass scene. I wish i could remember the name of that movie, some sort of horror movie with a kid who made butterflies. But i will always argue no matter how good the audio sounds for streaming i can still notice an uptick with disc versus streaming. I would be willing to take a double blind test to prove it.The difference is even more dramatic using VUDU stream of Amaze vs Demo Disc DD+ vs TrueHD. All the same clip, all different audio experiences. There is more definition of the circling effects and more impactful lower end with that clip the better the version. Don't know about Star Wars Phantom Menace as I don't own, but streaming looses so much in audio compression on top of the video. Now if you sit far enough back from the TV I will admit you may not notice the visual loss, but no escaping the audio loss. I have digital versions purely for family to watch elsewhere not in my room. No need for their greasy paws to be all over them.
Movie with Kid, Horror, and Butterflies? You might be talking about Brightburn... and while I agree streaming audio is almost always weaker against the disc, (sometimes by a lot), Netflix has the best audio than any other service, whether its atmos or just DD+ etc. Some of their original content has bass just as good as anything available on discs, just depends on the content. Other services like Prime, Vudu, Disney are pretty bad in comparison. Try watching A Quite Place on Prime or Edge of Tomorrow on Vudu its horribly behind from disc audio.Totally agreed. Someone challenged me on this and had me watch a movie on netflix with a huge bass scene. I wish i could remember the name of that movie, some sort of horror movie with a kid who made butterflies. But i will always argue no matter how good the audio sounds for streaming i can still notice an uptick with disc versus streaming. I would be willing to take a double blind test to prove it.