Though there isn't necessarily a lot of LFE in it, the initial transition from the "ghost helo" in the opening to a real world helicopter as Willard wakes and is watching the ceiling fan has a superb transition from electronic, to deep muffled "whoop-whoop," to the overhead echo of the helicopter. A well balanced system shouldn't have any dropouts during the transition (a testament to Walter Murch's superb skills).
Top Movies With Bass - Rated (Work in Progress)
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"U-571" CE DTS HD-DVD DD+ Blu-ray DTS-HD:MA
1. Alarm!, Chap 8 (0:40:15)
2. Torpedo Hit, Chap 9 (0:47:48)
3. They All Missed, Chap 9 (0:55:55)
4. Plane Flyover, Chap 12 (1:06:28)
5. Depth Charge, Chap 15 (1:17:34) 5-40Hz
6. Depth Charge Part Two, Chap 15 (1:19:35 - 1:20:31)
For years when I listened to my LP of Denny Zeitlin's avant garde soundtrack to Philip Kaufman's film, I was stunned at the level of LFE in the low, building rumbling in the opening of "The Discovery" (when Veronica Cartwright finds the half-formed body). My VHS (Dolby Surround) and DVD (Dolby...