nube Posted February 12, 2014 Report Share Posted February 12, 2014 Ender's Game (7.1 DTS-HD MA) Level - 5 Stars (113.3dB composite)Extension - 5 Stars (4Hz)Dynamics - 5 Stars (29.1dB)Execution - 4 Stars (by poll) Overall - 4.75 StarsRecommendation - Buy (by poll) Notes: Ender's Game might be the next 5 star movie, although that's certainly up for debate. This one does have a significantly humped graph, and kinda cheats to get that 5 Stars extension rating, but there is legit, unfiltered content down low at 4Hz. The mix is good, and the use of bass is pretty well done, though without any big effects below 20Hz. Honestly, for those of you with big displacement sealed systems, this one is pretty good, but not great. For moderate, commercial ported systems, it'll prolly sound like one of the best mixes ever. Check out the many scenecaps below to find out more. Unfortunately, there is also clipping in the LCR and subwoofer channels that mars the otherwise good sound design. This one isn't as clean and pure as the mix on some of last year's best, and there's a reason it's not nominated for any big sound awards, but it's generally pretty good. Purists will prolly give this a 4 Star execution rating, but it's certainly a crowd pleaser visually and audibly, even if the movie was merely average at best. PvA: SpecLab scenecaps: (Solid 3.5-4Hz content) (Rocket launch) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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