Great demo discs for new SVS

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  1. Robert Burkes

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    Hi! I'm looking for some great demo discs for my new SVS 20-39PCi. What are some of your favorites?

    Rob
     
  2. Nathan A

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    you can check the owner's manual that shipped with your sub...they list some movies and specific times where there's some hefty bass.

    some of my favorites are-

    Toy Story 2
    Atlantis
    Contact
    Star Wars Phatom Menace

    congrats on your new sub. just remember to be nice to your neighbors...invite 'em over every now and then!
     
  3. Dean DeMass

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    Nothing like demoing the SVS. [​IMG]
    Moive demos are great but I also love how great SVS is with music. Try out Nine Inch Nails - Things Falling Apart. My favorite track off of there is "Where is Everybody?"
    -Dean-
     
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    U-571 depth charge scene!

    Have fun!
     
  5. Neil Joseph

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    Jazz music is a good demo for the SVS.

    For DVD's, try...

    - Toy Story 2 intro
    - Titan AE
    - Star Wars TPM
     
  6. Robert Burkes

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    Ahhhhh...a Nine Inch Nails fan. I've already tried out tons of NIN on it, but I haven't tried Things Falling Apart. I'll check that out shortly. Thanks, guys!

    Rob
     
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    any older Charlie Chaplin movies...
     
  8. Neil Joseph

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    Hmm, interesting choice of films [​IMG]
     
  9. Rob Tomlin

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    A couple of movies that people seldom think of when it comes to a sub workout:
    October Sky (the space shuttle taking off near the end of the movie)
    The Dish (When the rocket takes off for the moon)
    Both of these scenes give superb, deep bass. And the scene in The Dish lasts for quite some time!
     
  10. Aaron Garman

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    Hello all. I'd try these:

    Toy Story 2: Intro
    Fight Club: Plane Crash
    U571: Depth Charge (dts of course)
    The Phantom Menace: Podrace

    and if you can get em'

    LASERDISC!

    The Phantom Menace: Podrace
    Jurassic Park dts: T-Rex Attack
    Mission: Impossible: Train Tunnel

    Cheers!

    AJ Garman
     
  11. greg_t

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    The Haunting DTS-ES version- movie is not that great, but this has killer bass. The best I've heard.

    Titan AE

    Star War Phantom Menace
     
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    Superman: The movie
     

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