Infrasonic Posted April 17, 2018 Report Share Posted April 17, 2018 2 hours ago, SME said: I can agree to your first statements, but I'm confused by what you mean in bold here. Do you mean to say that there are many more unfiltered movies than it appears because many movies are not measured here? Yes, good surround mixing is a big plus too, as well as is overall better tonal balance, which also has a big impact on the perception of both bass and ambiance. Haha. My bad. I think it should have said, "spectrum of movie titles". If all you do is watch rom-com's from the 90's, you're not going to find a lot of ULF. I'm slowly losing my mind.... it's okay. I won't say there are "many more" unfiltered movies than umm...filtered movies because I'm starting to wonder if your idea of "unfiltered" means a flat PvA curve... Everything we hear in movies is 100% studio creation so they are under no obligation to be flat-to-DC type extension in their audio mix in every single release. Is it really a surprise that the overall curve of most movie's bass PvA looks very similar to the capabilities of pro-style cinema sub-bass systems? I agree with your last sentence. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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