Stunning moments

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  1. Lee_eel

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    What single moment of a movie really sticks in your mind in terms of the 5.1 or DTS soundtrack (for example, Green Goblin laughing in Spiderman)
     
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    the opening credits to Superman.
    especially when the little girls voice goes from the front center to dissolve behind you- followed by the even more incredible audio/video of the credits themselves
    gave me goosebumps.
     
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    For me, it is Sauron emploding in DTS at the beginning of Fellowship EE. Really cool.
     
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    One of my favorites has to be God speaking to Moses from the burning bush in Prince of Egypt. The way His voice completely fills the room never fails to send shivers down my spine.
     
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    the "voice" in Donnie Darko.
     
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    The final concert at the end of A Hard Day's Night.

    The 5.1 track has been very looked down upon, but it's actually quite true to the way the mono one was mixed. It's only more expansive. I felt like I was next to a bunch of screaming girls when I was watching it.

    Also, the DTS remix of Fantasia is wonderful. I actually played the DVD without the monitor just for the sound. It's a shame stereophonic sound took another decade and a half to catch on.
     
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    Most of Das Boot's 5.1 mix.. sublime jawdropping stuff.
     

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