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raynist last won the day on January 11 2015

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  1. GOE was graphed here: http://www.avsforum.com/forum/113-subwoofers-bass-transducers/1333462-new-master-list-bass-movies-frequency-charts-826.html#post44177354 They are saying a brick wall at 10hz. Wonder what the difference is?
  2. Fatshaft at AVS graphed it about a week ago in the ULF thread. Looked pretty good to me.
  3. Thanks for the graph! How much quiter is this movie than average? If I usually listen at -15 how much more would I have to turn this up? Edit - just looked at the levels for mad max - 113.9 - so I would have to turn up this move +8db more than mad max to get the same volume?
  4. Is there an ignore option like on other message boards? I don't even check this thread any longer - although I am glad he posted graphs from 1978's Coma LOL I agree there should be a separate thread for these old movies.
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    Ex Machina - Discussion & Poll - CLOSED

    This was one of my favorites I have watched this year (not for bass though, just movie in general!)
  6. Wow! I bought this but didn't open it because someone said there was no bass at all in it. Looks like I will be keeping it after all.
  7. I'll take it!! I watched about an hour of it this evening and thought right away it extended deeper than the first 2.
  8. I bought this but haven't opened it yet. Heard the bass was terrible. May return it after seeing the graphs.
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    Whiplash Discussion & Poll - CLOSED

    Thanks! I like the soundtrack to this movie but haven't watched it yet. Must looking at the extension rating you would think this had a filter, but looking at the graph you can tell it doesn't. I am guessing the big peak between 60-70 is from all of the drumming and skews the extension rating.
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