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#1 Chopsus

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Posted 14 September 2014 - 04:41 PM

Just got back from seeing this ... I am likely to get banned from the forum for saying this, but:

 

I think there might be too much bass in it!

 

Seriously!  I am not sure I want to run my SubM on loud, windy rumbling for what amounts to half the film ... I bet this will be filtered on BD as it has the potential to destroy subs!

 

Other than that is was a LOT better than I was expecting and definitely not a remake of Twister.

 

Once it started I was hooked and it all seems to finish too soon - a good sign for a popcorn flick.

 

 



#2 709er

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Posted 14 September 2014 - 05:16 PM

That's great Chops!

Into the Storm being released inspired yet another re-watch of Twister last night, which held up very well.

 

I'll grab Into the Storm on blu, just because  you can't go wrong with a good ol' disaster flik :)



#3 Chopsus

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Posted 14 September 2014 - 06:48 PM

It is a serous Storm Ride Ruth! .... I was really not expecting it to be much good



#4 Sands

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Posted 15 September 2014 - 06:52 PM

What subs are you running Chops. Qty, size and wattage,

#5 Chopsus

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Posted 15 September 2014 - 07:08 PM

1 x Seaton F2i .... 3600 watts iirc.

I think you might have missed my point.

There is so much persistent rumbling in this film i am not sure the average sub will survive it ... Especially not at reference levels.

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Posted 15 September 2014 - 07:38 PM

Never had the pleasure of listening to these Seaton's. But they must be pretty good,
The wife has been wanting to see Into the Storm, must make the effort.

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Posted 17 September 2014 - 09:05 AM

Went to see this on cheapy night last night. 

I was surprised. Was expecting a 2/5 movie. I'd give it a 3/5

Bass not overdone in my local Chopsus - but then I'm always underwhelmed by their setup. Mind you the picture is always good. 



#8 Chopsus

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Posted 17 September 2014 - 09:27 AM

Curious - we copped a pretty consistent rumble/thump show everytime there was a storm, and our local is pretty hopeless on setup too ... actually this is the first time I have been impressed by the bass in their main theater.



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Posted Yesterday, 08:25 PM

 ... Especially not at reference levels.

At reference levels my roof is lifting for just about any action film. The misssus insists in 20db or less all the time. Bah humbug.



#10 Chopsus

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Posted Yesterday, 09:22 PM

I can usually sneak it up to -5 ... But often get busted.

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Posted Yesterday, 09:49 PM

What's reference on the denon units. Used to the number ramping down to -10 etc for the Yamaha? 0.0 was true reference correct on those???The denon x4000 goes up

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Posted Yesterday, 09:52 PM

Funny that, my misses always wanted louder, whenever I ask her more bass? I'll get a " YES please!", I find it painfully loud at Crown Dolby Atmos theatre, my ears were hurting, at home I could only manage -8 so far, but with Pacific Rim I could only manage -10, anything above that my ears would hurt.



#13 minty

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Posted Today, 01:21 AM

What's reference on the denon units. Used to the number ramping down to -10 etc for the Yamaha? 0.0 was true reference correct on those???The denon x4000 goes up


Just go into the menu and change the volume setting mate so it reads 0db (reference) as the sound gets turned up (so the same as the Yammy). I just recently changed Cowboyswing's Denon as his was counting up too, can't remember exact details but the option to have it count down to 0db as the volume increases will be there.