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Unfortunately, yes there is a huge difference in db one can hit on low frequencies using a blu ray v/s streaming online but practically for someone like me who consume 5 movies a week, picking up blu ray is not possible. Its a compromiseI felt huge difference in bass between streaming movies and BR rips.
Opening scenes of Blade runner 2049, and climax too.
Den of thieves starting 10 min gun shots hit in out chest.
John Wick chapter 2 has chest hitting gun shots. (sorry cant remember times, but spread across the movie)
Fury - all tank firing scenes
Aquaman - many scenes .. (very sorry can't check the times)
War of the worlds starting 15-20 min
Unfortunately, yes there is a huge difference in db one can hit on low frequencies using a blu ray v/s streaming online but practically for someone like me who consume 5 movies a week, picking up blu ray is not possible. Its a compromise
This is why I like to evaluate my setup with content that I consume often.
Did you actually mean your 12" DIY sub gives a chest hitting impact?
Anyone able to achieve a proper chest hitting bass on any of streaming services?
One of my favorite bass sweep scenes, the fall of the ring from Sauron's finger and the Wipe of Sauron's army...I don't know if it's in Netflix or Not. Lord of the ring part 1 opening scene, awesome bass drop!!
svs generally shows its strength in low end rumble rather than tight and punchy bass. (with my little personal experience at a friends place)not even ones I have been able to achieve that kind of tactile response, how close do you reach when you watch same chest hitting content on Netflix for example? Any such comparison would be great!!