Dave M said:I'll start;
Another tv great (and frankly unbelievable) bass is American Horror Story. The opening credits my mono struggles with! Never heard anything quite like it. The whole room shakes!
Defo agree with that! All the wooden door frames in my house rattle when thats on
Alang75 said:Just watched The Incredible Hulk some serious bass pretty much throughout the film. Film was ok too
Alang75 said:No DRC is off, tone controls all at 0 nothing added, no volume trim added, All speaker levels set between 0db and 2db (sub at +4db) measured with a radioshack spl metre, crossover set at 80 for the sub, gain on the sub at 11 0 clock, all speakers except fronts set to small and with these settings watching either a blu ray, sky movies or a downloaded film from the wdtv and the sound is seriously loud.
Also watched Battleship the other day some good LFE there also. Don't know how people manage to watch at anywhere near reference levels I never get pasyt -40 before I think the neighbours will be after me, going to need a detached house next me thinks
bootyman81 said:You're right, unless you have speakers that are capable of dropping to 20hz. But it's a bit of a minefield, some prefer to share bass duties with their fronts taking some of the load.
Have received my copy of battleship in the post today. So I will give it a spin sometime this week & finally check out the bass for myself, I am lowering my (bass) expectations for this one quite considerably.
I'm hearing good things about the bass (& the soundtrack in general) in hunger games, which I have also pre oredered. Anyone have this already & checked it out?
Alang75 said:Avengers assemble tomorrow will let you know what I think also got underworld awakening to have a look at might have a filmfest tomorrow
Nick1881 said:My god!!! Your gonna enjoy that! I'm actually lost for words, I think I have heard the full extent of my SVS now