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SPEECHLESS I'VE NEVER EXPERIENCED SO MUCH CLEAN BASS IN MY LIFE. I must be dreaming somebody pinch me .I know im a little late out of the gate but I finally bought the DVD and watched it with my SVS PB13 ULTRA. If any of you haven't yet dont wait any longer like I did . I just found my go to demo movie for friends. Dam !!!
 

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it's pretty good i guess. i was way more impressed with the Master and Commander blu ray. the Cloverfield blu ray also sounded good to me too.
 

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Which version? I just re-watched the Tom Cruise one and the 1953 version is in the To Be Watched pile. I especially liked the tripod trumpeting.


I have had my PB-13 for two weeks now and have watched the following movies for their LFE:


1. Star Wars IV

2. Star Wars V

3. War of the Worlds (Tom Cruise)

4. Master and Commander (Blu-Ray)

5. Batman 1 (Blu-Ray)

6. Close Encounters of the Third Kind (Blu-Ray)

7. Jurassic Park

To Be Watched

A. Starfighter (Blu-Ray)

B. Top Gun (Blu-Ray)

C. Wing Commander

D. The Day the Earth Stood Still (Blu-Ray)

E. Saving Private Ryan

F. Black Hawk Down (Blu-Ray)

G. Star Wars VI
 

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All this talk is getting me pumped! I've been on a sort of movie watching hiatus lately, but I just finished watching WOTW again up to the scene after the Pod quake...Awesome, just awesome...Time to get some flicks out for some good LFE.
 

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I don't know where you guys have been. WOTW is still the overwhelming demo disk for subwoofers. I've watched the movie once. I've demoed the pod emergence scene probably 30 times with different folks. It will crack concrete floors.
 

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Originally Posted by Ron Temple /forum/post/17051926


I don't know where you guys have been. WOTW is still the overwhelming demo disk for subwoofers. It will crack concrete floors.

And destroy subwoofers in the process, I've done it
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I don't know where you guys have been. WOTW is still the overwhelming demo disk for subwoofers. I've watched the movie once. I've demoed the pod emergence scene probably 30 times with different folks. It will crack concrete floors.

Ron, I'm in exactly the same boat as you. I bought WOTW on DVD gently used from half.com and it was under $4 shipped. I specifically bought it for the extended deep bass scenes. It never disappoints. I too have also only sat thru the whole movie once but have watched machines emerge scene and the next scene where they start shooting their lasers many many times. Especially when demoing for company.


I also bought the movie "Pulse" and found it VERY disappointing. Where's the bass? This was supposed to have a great bass reputation. I cetranially did not but the dvd because I thought the story would be good...
 

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it's pretty good i guess. i was way more impressed with the Master and Commander blu ray. the Cloverfield blu ray also sounded good to me too.

There all good but the best to me was WOTW

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All this talk is getting me pumped! I've been on a sort of movie watching hiatus lately, but I just finished watching WOTW again up to the scene after the Pod quake...Awesome, just awesome...Time to get some flicks out for some good LFE.

I Hear ya its like getting a new sub I cant wait to try a few more new movies
 

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I don't know where you guys have been. WOTW is still the overwhelming demo disk for subwoofers. I've watched the movie once. I've demoed the pod emergence scene probably 30 times with different folks. It will crack concrete floors.

I know i've been meaning to get it and was putting it off but im so glad I picked one up, whats funny is I heard and saw part of it on a old sub when a friend brought it over to demo but with my SVS PB 13 its like a totaly different movie when it comes to the LFE
 

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Which version? I just re-watched the Tom Cruise one and the 1953 version is in the To Be Watched pile. I especially liked the tripod trumpeting.


I have had my PB-13 for two weeks now and have watched the following movies for their LFE:


1. Star Wars IV

2. Star Wars V

3. War of the Worlds (Tom Cruise)

4. Master and Commander (Blu-Ray)

5. Batman 1 (Blu-Ray)

6. Close Encounters of the Third Kind (Blu-Ray)

To Be Watched

A. Starfighter (Blu-Ray)

B. Top Gun (Blu-Ray)

C. Wing Commander

D. The Day the Earth Stood Still (Blu-Ray)

E. Saving Private Ryan

F. Black Hawk Down (Blu-Ray)

G. Star Wars VI

I have the Tom Cruise one and btw Your going to love Black Hawk Down to !!!
 

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I also bought the movie "Pulse" and found it VERY disappointing. Where's the bass? This was supposed to have a great bass reputation. I cetranially did not but the dvd because I thought the story would be good...

I have the same feelings regarding Pulse. People said it has awesome bass during the lab scene. I was all excited to get to that scene and when I got there I was very disappointed. There was bass but no where near the level I was expecting based on what everyone said.

Attack of the Clones destroys Pulse in the bass department.
 

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I have the same feelings regarding Pulse. People said it has awesome bass during the lab scene. I was all excited to get to that scene and when I got there I was very disappointed. There was bass but no where near the level I was expecting based on what everyone said.

Attack of the Clones destroys Pulse in the bass department.

Pulse Lab scene is a different kind of bass. It isn't so much the abundance, but moreso its room flexing, nose bleeding, ear pressurizing basss. I felt like my head was going to pop when I saw Pulse; it was the greatest thing I ever felt!
 

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Bass was pretty tight on WOTW cant even imagine how much better it could be on a BD
 

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Originally Posted by Fanaticalism /forum/post/17052482


Pulse Lab scene is a different kind of bass. It isn't so much the abundance, but moreso its room flexing, nose bleeding, ear pressurizing basss. I felt like my head was going to pop when I saw Pulse; it was the greatest thing I ever felt!

the bass in the lab scene of Pulse is centered at 11 hz (!!!). Most subs won't go anywhere near that low, so if your sub isn't up to it, then you won't even know it's there.
 

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I bet if this was on blu, the bass would be alot tighter.

"tighter", someone throw that guy out of the room
 
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