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"Gravity"..when Sandra Bullock is tumbling through space..
There is very little bass sounds, but my floor and chair are vibrating!!..Bass beyond hearing!
 

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You know, one of my favorites is the big battle in the Lord of the Rings where the elephants come charging into the battle. Just awesome LFE in that scene. I often use it as a demo.
 

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Casino Royale: Construction site chase seen when the bulldozer crashes through the fence and when the propane tank falls and explodes. This is usually my go to scene for testing any changes. The whole scene is very dynamic in terms of sound. Strangely I used the opening scene of Quantum of Solace to test changes to the display. That scene is razor sharp and has a bit of film grain to show some texture - very dynamic as well. from the bright out doors fast motion to the excellent shadow detail in the tunnel.
 

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The Hulk sonic cannons scene has some serious LFE
 

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Star Trek Into Darkness.

Someone here mentioned it so I sampled a percentage of frequencies over the first nine minutes with Visual Analyser. It was only a 15" car sub in a 320L ported tube. This must be intense with a real sub. Highpass at 15Hz.
 

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Not exactly a movie chapter, however if you youtube search bass I love you it is just as much fun as Pacific Rim. Not sure how low it goes but it works my subs like no other.
 

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You can use REW's RTA during a movie or something like RTSect to see what frequencies stuff is.

A classic is definitely the tanks in Saving Private Ryan. Cloverfield also has some good ones.

It's brief and maybe a little lame, but I also always liked the shotgun in the beginning of Ratatouille. The dynamics seem huge.
 

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You can use REW's RTA during a movie or something like http://www.tolvan.com/index.php?page=/rtsect/rtsect.php to see what frequencies stuff is.

A classic is definitely the tanks in Saving Private Ryan. Cloverfield also has some good ones.

It's brief and maybe a little lame, but I also always liked the shotgun in the beginning of Ratatouille. The dynamics seem huge.
I think the URL and text are swapped in your hyperlink above. :nerd:
 

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There are so many good ones its hard to choose. War of the worlds will always be a vote for me. It just goes on for a long time.

The Hulk sonic cannon is always fun. Havent heard the Pulse scene that everyonje talks about. I need to break down and buy that.

Really to many to list haha
 
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