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Bass EQ for Filtered Movies

List of Bass EQ'd Movies

Alphabetical Order, disregarding "A" or "The" at the start of a Title,
Trilogies (or higher) will be Grouped Together and in Chronological Order

Title (click to open BEQ settings) Disc Source UHD/BD Release Date (according to Blu-ray.com)

10 Cloverfield Lane 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Jan.23/2018)
12 Strong BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (May 1/2018)
13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi BD/ATMOS (June 7/2016)
2001:A Space Odyssey 4K/UHD/DTS HD MA 5.1 (Nov.20/2018)
2012 BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Mar.2/2010)
2 Guns BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Nov.19/2013)
3 Days to Kill BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (May 20/2014)
300 BD/TrueHD 5.1 (July 31/2007)
300:Rise of an Empire BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (June 24/2014)
3:10 to Yuma 4K/UHD/DTS:X (May 2/2017)
500 MPH Storm BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Feb.26/2013)
The 5th Wave 4K/UHD/ATMOS (May 3/2016)
9 BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Dec.29/2009)

The Accountant 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Jan.10/2017)
Act of Valor BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (June 25/2012)
Adrift BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Sept.4/2018)
Air Force One 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Nov.6/2018)

Alien BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (May 10/2011)
Aliens BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Oct.7/2014)
Alien 3 BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (May 10/2010)
Alien Resurrection BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (May 10/2011)
Alien:Covenant 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Aug.15/2017)

Allegiant 4K/UHD/ATMOS (July 12/2016)
Allied 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Feb.28/2017)
Alpha BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Nov.13/2018)
Alter Bridge BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Sept.7/2018)
American Animals BD/TrueHD 7.1 (Aug.28/2018)
American Assassin 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Dec.5/2017)
American Psycho 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Sept.25/2018)
American Sniper BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (May 19/2015)
Annabelle Creation BD/ATMOS (Oct.2/2018)
Annihilation 4K/UHD/ATMOS (May 29/2018)
Anon BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Oct.25/2018)
Ant-Man BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Dec.8/2015)
Ant-Man and the Wasp 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Oct.16/2018)
Apollo 13 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Oct.17/2017)
Arizona 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Oct.16/2018)
Arrival 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Feb.14/2017)
Asher BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Jan.8/2019)
Assassination Nation BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Dec.18/2018)
Assassin's Creed 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Mar.21/2017)
Atomic Blonde 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Nov.14/2017)
Avatar: Extended BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Nov.16/2010)

The Avengers 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Aug.14/2018)
The Avengers: Age of Ultron 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Aug.14/2018)
The Avengers: Infinity War 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Aug.14/2018)

A.X.L BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Jan.1/2019)

Baby Driver 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Oct.10/2017)
Bad Boys 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Sept.4/2018)
Bad Boys II 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Sept.4/2018)
Bad Times at the El Royale 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Jan.1/2019)

Batman Begins 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Dec.19/2017)
Batman The Dark Knight 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Dec.19/2017)
Batman The Dark Knight Rises 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Dec.19/2017)

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice 4K/UHD/ATMOS (July 19/2016)
Battle:Los Angeles BD/DTS-HD MA (June 14/2011)
Battleship 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Jan.17/2017)
Baywatch 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Aug.29/2017)
Before I Wake BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (???/2017)
Beyond the Sky BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Nov.6/2018)
The BFG BD/ATMOS (Nov.21/2016)
Big Hero 6 BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Feb.24/2015)
The Big Lebowski 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Oct.16/2018)
The Birth of a Nation 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Jan.10/2017)
Black '47 BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Feb.5/2019)
Black Panther 4K/UHD/ATMOS (May 15/2018)
BlacKkKlansman 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Nov.6/2018)

Blade BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (June 19/2012)
Blade II BD/DTS-HD MA 6.1 (July 10/2012)
Blade Trinity BD/DTS-HD MA 6.1 (June 19/2012)

Blade Runner, The Final Cut 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Sept.5/2017))
Blade Runner 2049 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Jan.16/2018)
Blindspotting BD/ATMOS (Nov.20/2018)

The Bourne Identity 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Dec.6/2016)
The Bourne Supremacy 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Dec.6/2016)
The Bourne Ultimatum 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Dec.6/2016)
Jason Bourne BD/UHD/DTS:X (Dec.6/2016)

Braveheart 4K/UHD/ATMOS (May 15/2018)
Brawl in Cell Block 99 BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Dec.26/2017)
Bullet to the Head BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (July 16/2013)

The Cabin in the Woods 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Sept.5/2017)

Captain America: The First Avenger BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Oct.25/2011)
Captain America: The Winter Soldier BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Sept.9/2014)
Captain America: Civil War BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Sept.13/2016)

Cargo BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (May 18/2018)
Cars 3 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Nov.7/2017)
Central Intelligence 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Sept.27/2016)
Clear and Present Danger 4K/UHD/TrueHD 5.1 (No Release Date)
Charlotte's Web BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Jan.24/2017)
Children of Men BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (May 26/2009)
Christine 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Sept.11/2018)
Christopher Robin BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Nov.6/2018)
Coco 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Feb.27/2018)
The Commuter 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Apr.17/2018)
Constantine:City of Demons 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Oct.9/2018)
Crazy Rich Asians 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Nov.20/2018)
Creed 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (June 7/2016)
Criminal 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (July 26/2016)
Crimson Peak 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Feb.9/2016)
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Oct.18/2016)

Dark City BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (July 29/2008)
The Dark Tower 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Oct.31/2017)
Darkest Hour 4K/UHD/ATMOS (June 12/2018)
The Darkest Minds 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Oct.30/2018)
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (June 13/2017)
Deadpool 4K/UHD/ATMOS (May 10/2016)
Deadpool 2 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Aug.21/2018)
Death Wish BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (June 5/2018)
Deepwater Horizon 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Jan.10/2017)
Den of Thieves BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Apr.24/2018)
Detective Dee: The Four Heavenly Kings BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Nov.13/2018)
Die Hard 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (May 15/2018)
Divergent 4K/UHD/DTS:X (July 12/2016)
Django Unchained BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Apr.16/2016)
Doctor Strange BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Feb.28/2017) BEQ-XL
Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far on Foot BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Oct.9/2018)
Downsizing BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Mar.20/2018)
Dracula Untold 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Sept.12/2017)
Dredd 4K/UHD/DTS:X (June 6/2017)
Dunkirk 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Dec.17/2017)
Dynasties 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Feb.26/2019)

Eagle Eye BD/TrueHD 5.1 (Dec.27/2008)
Eighth Grade BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Oct.9/2018)
Elysium BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Dec.17/2013)
Enchanted Kingdom 3D BD/ATMOS (Nov.10/2015)
Ender's Game 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Mar.1/2016)
The Equalizer 4K/UHD/ATMOS (July 10/2018)
The Equalizer 2 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Dec.11/2018)
Event Horizon BD/TrueHD 5.1 (Dec.30/2008)
Everest 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Sept.27/2016)

Fahreneit 451 BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Setp.18/2018)
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Mar 28/2017)
Fantastic Four BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Dec.15/2015)

The Fast and the Furious 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Oct.2/2018)
The Fast and the Furious:Tokyo Drift 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Oct.2/2018)
2 Fast 2 Furious 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Oct.2/2018)

The Fifth Element 4K/UHD/ATMOS (July 11/2017)
Fight Club BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Nov.17/2009)
Final Score BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Nov.13/2018)
Finding Dory BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Nov.15/2016)
Finding Nemo BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Dec.4/2012)
First Man 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Jan.22/2019)
First Reformed BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Aug.21/2018)
The Foreigner BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Jan.9/2018)
Free Fire BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (July 18/2017)
Fury 4K/UHD/ATMOS (May 22/2018)

Galveston 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Dec.11/2018)
Gamer BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Jan.19/2010)
Geostorm BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Jan.23/2018)
Get Out 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Sept.12/2017)
G.I. Joe: Rise of the Cobra 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (No Release Date)
G.I. Joe: Retaliation 4K/UHD/TrueHD 7.1 (No Release Date)
The Girl on the Train 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Jan.17/2017)
Gladiator 4K/UHD/DTS:X (May 15/2018)
Glory 4K/UHD/DTS:X (June 2/2009)
Ghost in the Shell 4K/UHD/ATMOS (July 25/2017)
Godzilla BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Sept.16/2014)
The Gone in 60 Seconds BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Oct.17/2006)
The Good Dinosaur BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Feb.23/2016)
Goosebumps BD/ATMOS (Jan.26/2016)
Goosebumps 2 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Jan.15/2019)
Gravity (Diamond Luxe Edition) BD/ATMOS (Mar.31/2015)
The Greatest Showman 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Apr.10/2018)
The Great Wall 4K/UHD/ATMOS (May 23/2017)
The Grey BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (May 15/2012)
Guardians of the Galaxy BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Dec.09/2014)
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Aug.22/2017)

Halloween (1978) 4K/UHD/TrueHD 7.1 (Sept.25/2018)
Halloween (2018) 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Jan.15/2018)
Hancock 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Mar.1/2016)
Hansel and Gretel:Witch Hunters BD/TrueHD 5.1 (June 11/2013)
Hans Zimmer:Live in Prague BD/ATMOS (Nov.3/2017)
Happy Death Day BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Jan.16/2018)
Hardcore Henry BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (July 26/2016)

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's/Philosopher's Stone 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Nov.7/2017)
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Nov.7/2017)
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Nov.7/2017)
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Nov.7/2017)
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Mar.28/2017)
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Mar.28/2017)
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Pt.1 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Mar.28/2017)
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Pt.2 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Mar.28/2017)

The Hateful 8 BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Mar.29/016)
Heat BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Aug.11/2015)
Hell Fest BD/DTS-X (Jan.8/2019)
Hereditary 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Sept.4/2018)
Higher Power 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Aug.14/2018)
Hitman:Unrated BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Mar.11/2008/2016)
Hitman:Agent 47 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Feb.14/2016)
Hotel Artemis 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Oct.9/2018)
Hotel Transylvania 3:Summer Vacation 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Oct.9/2018)
The House BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Oct.10/2017)
The House with a Clock in its Walls 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Dec.18/2018)
How to Train Your Dragon 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Jan.22/2019)
How to Train Your Dragon 2 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Jan.22/2019)
Hugo BD/DTS-HS MA 7.1 (Jan.01/2013)
The Hunger Games 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Nov.8/2016)
The Hunt for Red October 4K/UHD/TrueHD 5.1 (No Release Date)
Hurricane Heist 4K/UHD/ATMOS (June 5/2018)

I Am Legend 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Dec.6/2016)
Inception 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Dec.19/2017)
The Incredibles 4K/UHD/ATMOS (June 5/2018)
The Incredibles 2 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Nov.6/2018)
The Incredible Hulk (2008) 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Apr.10/2018)
Independence Day 4K/UHD/DTS:X (June 7/2016)
Independence Day:Resurgence 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Oct.18/2016)
Inside Out BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (May 22/2018)
Interstellar BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Dec.19/2017)
In the Heart of the Sea 4K/UHD/ATMOS (June 7/2016)
Into the Storm BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Nov.18/2018)

Iron Man BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Sept.17/2017)
Iron Man 2 BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Sept.17/2017)
Iron Man 3 BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Sept.24/2013)

Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Dec.17/2013)
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Dec.17/2013)
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Dec.17/2013)
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Dec.17/2013)

It 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Jan.29/2018)
I, Tonya BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Mar.13/2018)

Jack Reacher 4K/UHD/ATMOS (June 26/2018)
Jack Reacher: Never Go Back 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Jan.31/2018)
Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (???/2018)
Jack the Giant Slayer BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (June 18/2013)

James Bond: Golden Eye BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Oct.2/2012)
James Bond: Tomorrow Never Dies BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Oct.2/2012)
James Bond: The World is not Enough BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Mar.24/2009)
James Bond: Die Another Day BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Oct.2/2012)

James Bond: Casino Royale BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Sept.15/2015)
James Bond: Quantum of Solace BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Mar.24/2009)
James Bond: Skyfall BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Feb.12/2013)
James Bond: Spectre BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Feb.9/2016)

Jigsaw 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Jan.18/2018)
John Carter BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (June 5/2012)
Johnny English Stikes Again BD/DTS-X (Jan.22/2019)
John Wick 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Feb.7/2017)
John Wick: Chapter 2 4K/UHD/ATMOS (June 13/2017)
Juliet, Naked BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Nov.13/2018)
Jumanji 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Dec.5/2017)
Jumanji Welcome to the Jungle 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Mar.20/2018)
Jupiter Ascending 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Oct.4/2016)

Jurassic Park 4K/UHD/DTS:X (May22/2018)
The Lost World:Jurassic Park 4K/UHD/DTS:X (May22/2018)
Jurassic Park III 4K/UHD/DTS:X (May22/2018)
Jurassic World 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Sept.18/2018)
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Sept.18/2018)

Justice League 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Mar.13/2018)
Justice League Dark 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Oct.9/2018)

Keeping Up with the Joneses 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Jan.17/2017)
Kill Bill Vol 1 BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Sept.9/2008)
Kin 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Nov.20/2018)
King Arthur: Legend of the Sword 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Aug.8/2017)
Kingsman: Secret Service 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Feb.14/2016) BEQ-XL
Kingsman: The Golden Circle 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Dec.12/2017)
Knowing 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Apr.10/2018)
Kong:Skull Island 4K/UHD/ATMOS (July 18/2017)
Krampus BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Oct.11/2016)

Kung Fu Panda BD/TrueHD 5.1 (Nov.8/2008)
Kung Fu Panda 2 BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Dec.13/2011)
Kung Fu Panda 3 BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (June 5/2018)

Labyrinth 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Sept.20/2016)
Lara Croft:Tomb Raider 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Feb.27/2018)
Lara Croft Tomb Raider:The Cradle of Life 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Feb.27/2018)
The Last Witch Hunter 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Mar.1/2016)
Law Abiding Citizen 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Nov.6/2018)
Legend BD/ATMOS (Mar.1/2016)
Leave No Trace BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Oct.2/2018)

The Lego Movie 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Mar.1/2016)
The Lego Batman Movie 4K/UHD/ATMOS (June 13/2017)
The Lego Ninjago Movie 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Dec.19/2017)

Life 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Mar.1/2016)
The Lion King 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Dec.4/2018)
Live by Night BD/ATMOS (Mar.21/2017)

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (EE) BD/DTS-HD MA 6.1 (June 28/2011)
The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (EE) BD/DTS-HD MA 6.1 (June 28/2011)
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (EE) BD/DTS-HD MA 6.1 (June 28/2011)
The Hobbit:An Unexpected Journey BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Nov.5/2013)
The Hobbit:The Desolation of Smaug BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Nov.4/2014)
The Hobbit:The Battle of the Five Armies BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Nov.17/2015)

Love, Simon 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (June 12/2018)
Lucy 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Aug.9/2016)

Mad Max Fury Road 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Mar.1/2016)
The Magnificent Seven 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Dec.20/2016)
Mandy BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Oct.30/2018)
The Man From U.N.C.L.E. BD/ATMOS (Nov.17/2015)
Man of Steel 4K/UHD/ATMOS (July 19/2016)
Marrowbone 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Aug.7/2018)
The Martian (Extended Cut) 4K/UHD/ATMOS (June 7/2016)
The Mask of Zorro BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Dec.1/2009)
Master and Commander BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Jan.26/2015)

The Matrix 4K/UHD/ATMOS (May 22/2018)
The Matrix Reloaded 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Oct.30/2018)
The Matrix Revolutions 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Oct.30/2018)

The Maze Runner 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Mar.1/2016)
The Maze Runner: Scorch Trials 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Jun.13/2017)
The Maze Runner: Death Cure 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Apr.24/2018)

The Mechanic BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (May 17/2011)
The Mechanic:Resurrection 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Apr.14/2017)
The Meg 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Nov.13/2018)
Metallica:Through the Never BD/ATMOS (Apr.21/2015) (German Import)
Mid90's BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Jan.8/2019)
Minority Report BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Apr.20/2010)
Mile 22 BD/TrueHD 5.1 (Nov.13/2018)

Mission Impossible 4K/UHD/TrueHD 5.1 (June 26/2018)
Mission Impossible II 4K/UHD/TrueHD 5.1 (June 26/2018)
Mission Impossible III 4K/UHD/TrueHD 5.1 (June 26/2018)
Mission Impossible:Ghost Protocol 4K/UHD/TrueHD 7.1 (June 26/2018)
Mission Impossible:Rogue Nation 4K/UHD/ATMOS (June 26/2018)
Mission Impossible:Fallout 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Dec.4/2018)

Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Dec.13/2016) BEQ-XL
Molly's Game BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Dec.19/2017)
Mother 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Dec.19/2017)
The Mountain Between Us 4K/UHD/DTS HD-MA 7.1 (Dec.26/2017)
The Mummy (2017) 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Sept.12/2017)

The Mummy (1999) 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Sept.12/2017)
The Mummy Returns 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Sept.12/2017)
The Mummy:Tomb of the Dragon Emperor 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Sept.12/2017)

Murder on the Orient Express 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Feb.27/2018)

Need for SpeedBD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Aug.5/2014)
Nightcrawler BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Feb.10/2015)
Night School 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Jan.1/2019)
Now You See Me 4K/UHD/ATMOS (May 31/2016)
Now You See Me 2 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Sept.6/2016)
The Nun 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Dec.4/2018)

Oblivion 4K/UHD/ATMOS + DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Aug.9/2016)
Ocean's 8 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Sept.11/2018) BEQ-XL
Occupation BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Sept.25/2018)
Office Christmas Party BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Apr.4/2017)
Olympus Has Fllen BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Aug.13/2013)
Only the Brave BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Feb.6/2018)

Pacific Rim 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Oct.4/2016)
Pacific Rim: Uprising 4K/UHD/ATMOS (July 19/2018) BEQ-XL
Passengers 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Mar.14/2017)
Pandorum BD/TrueHD 5.1 (Jan.19/2010)
Papillon BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Nov.6/2018)
Peppermint BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Dec.11/2018)
Peter Rabbit 4K/UHD/ATMOS (May.1/2018)
Phone Booth BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Feb.13/2007)

Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl BD/LPCM 5.1 (Oct.3/2017)
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest BD/LPCM 5.1 (Mar.1/2011)
Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End BD/LPCM 5.1 (Mar.1/2011)
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Oct.18/2011)
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Oct.23/2017)

Pitch Black BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Mar.31/2009)
The Chronicles of Riddick BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Mar.31/2009)
Riddick BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Sept.8/2015)

Perfume:The Story of a Murder BD/DTS-HR 5.1 (???/2018)
Phantom Thread BD/DTS:X (Apr.10/2018)
Planet Earth II 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Mar.28/2017)
The Polar Express BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Oct.30/2007)
The Post 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Apr.17/2018)
Power Rangers 4K/UHD/ATMOS (June 27/2017)

Predator 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Aug.7/2018)
Predator 2 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Aug.7/2018)
Predators 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Aug.7/2018)
The Predator 4K/UHD/ATMOS? (Dec.18/2018)
Project Almanac BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (June 9/2015)
Prometheus 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Aug.15/2017)
Pulse BD/TrueHD 5.1 (Sept.7/2010)
Puppet Master:The Littlest Reich 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Sept.25/2018)
The Punisher 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Sept.25/2018)
Punisher:War Zone 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Sept.25/2018)

The Purge 4K/UHD/DTS:X (June 12/2018)
The Purge: Anarchy 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Oct.2/2018)
The Purge: Election Year 4K/UHD/DTS:X (June 12/2018)
The First Purge 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Oct.2/2018)

A Quiet Place 4K/UHD/ATMOS (July 10/2018)

Rampage 4K/UHD/ATMOS (July 17/2018)
Ready Player One 4K/UHD/ATMOS (July 24/2018)
Real Steel 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Jan.24/2012)
Red Sparrow 4K/UHD/ATMOS (May 22/2018)
Resident Evil:The Final Chapter 4K/UHD/ATMOS (May 16/2017)
The Revenant 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Apr.19/2016)
Revenge BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Aug.7/2018)
River Runs Red 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Dec.11/2018)
The Road BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (May 25/2010)
Robin Hood 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Sept.11/2018)
Roger Waters:The Wall BD/ATMOS (Dec.1/2015)
Run All Night BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (June 16/2015)
Rush BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Jan.28/2014)

San Andreas 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Mar.1/2016)
Saving Private Ryan 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Mar.8/2018)
Schindler's List 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Dec.18/2018)
Scott Pilgrim vs the World BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (June 4/2013)
Searching BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Nov.27/2018)
Serenity 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Oct.17/2017)
The Shallows 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Sept.27/2016)
The Shining BD/LPCM 5.1 (Oct.23/2007)
Shot Caller BD/TrueHD 5.1 (Oct.17/2017)
Shutter Island BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (June 8/2010)
Siberia BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Sept.18/2018)
Sicario: Day of the Saldado 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Oct.02/2018)
A Simple Favor 4K/UHD/TrueHD 7.1 (Dec.18/2018)
Sing 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Mar.21/2017)
Skyscraper 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Oct.9/2018)
Smallfoot BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Dec.11/2018)
Snow White and the Huntsman 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Aug.23/2016)
The Huntsman: Winter's War 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Aug.23/2016)
Spider-Man Homecoming 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Oct.17/2017)
Split 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Sept.12/2017)
The Spy Who Dumped Me 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Oct.30/2018)
Source Code 4K/UHD/ATMOS (May 8/2018)
The Sorcerer's Apprentice BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Nov.20/2010)
Sorry to Bother You BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Oct.23/2018)
Starship Troopers 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Sept.19/2017)

Star Trek 4K/UHD/ATMOS (June 14/2016)
Star Trek:Into Darkness 4K/UHD/ATMOS (June 14/2016)
Star Trek Beyond 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Nov.1/2016)

Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace BD/DTS-HD MA 6.1 (Oct.8/2013)
Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones BD/DTS-HD MA 6.1 (Oct.8/2013)
Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith BD/DTS-HD MA 6.1 (Oct.8/2013)
Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope BD/DTS-HD MA 6.1 (Oct.8/2013)
Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back BD/DTS-HD MA 6.1 (Oct.8/2013)
Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi BD/DTS-HD MA 6.1 (Oct.8/2013)

Star Wars: The Force Awakens BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Apr.5/2016)
Star Wars: Rogue One, a Star Wars Story BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Apr.4/2017)
Star Wars: The Last Jedi 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Mar.27/2018)
Star Wars: Solo, a Star Wars Story 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Sept.25/2018)

Staight Outta Compton 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Feb.27/2018)
Suicide Squad 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Dec,13/2016)
Summer of 84 BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Sept.6/2018)
The Sum of All Fears 4K/UHD/TrueHD 5.1 (No Release Date)
Super 8 BD/TrueHD 7.1 (Nov.22/2011)
Superfly BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Sept.11/2018)
Superman:The Movie (1978) 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Nov.6/2018)
Swiss Army Man BD/ATMOS (Oct.4/2016)

Tag BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Aug.28/2018)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 4K/UHD/ATMOS (2015)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Sept.20/2016)
Terminator 2:Judgement Day 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Dec.26/2017)
Terminator 3 4K/UHD/DD TrueHD 5.1 (May 13/2014)
Terminator Salvation 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Dec.1/2009)
Terminator Genisys 4K/UHD/ATMOS (June 12/2018)
The Thing BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Jan.31/2012)

Thor BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Sept.13/2011)
Thor: The Dark World BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Feb.25/2014)
Thor:Ragnarok 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Mar.6/2018)

Tomb Raider 4K/UHD/ATMOS (July 12/2018)
Tomorrowland BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Oct.13/2015)
Total Recall BD/TrueHD 5.1 (Dec.18/2012)
The Town 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Dec.6/2016)
Traffik BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (July 17/2018)
Transcendence BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (July 22/2014)

Transformers 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Dec.5/2017)
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Dec.5/2017)
Transformers: Dark of the Moon 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Dec.5/2017)
Transformers: Age of Extinction 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Dec.5/2017)
Transformers: The Last Knight 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Sept.26/2017)

Transporter 3 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Aug.7/2018)
Triangle BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Feb.2/2010)
Tron:Legacy BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Apr.5/2011)
Trolls 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Feb.7/2017)
Twilight 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Oct.23/2018)


Unbreakable BD/LPCM 5.1 (Apr.1/2008)
Unbroken BD/ATMOS (Mar.24/2015)
Uncle Drew 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Sept.25/2018)

Underworld:Awakening BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (May 8/2012)
Underworld 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Dec.27/2017)
Underworld Blood Wars 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Apr.25/2017)

Upgrade BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Aug.21/2018)

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Nov.21/2017)
Van Helsing 4K/UHD/DTS:X (Sept.12/2017)
Venom 4K/UHD/ATMOS/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Dec.18/2018)
V for Vendetta BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (May 20/2008)
Victor Frankenstein BD/DTS-HD MA 7.1 (Mar.8/2016)

War Dogs 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Nov.22/2016)
War for the Planet of the Apes 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Oct.24/2017)
Westworld Season 1 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Feb.13/2018)
Westworld Season 2 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Dec.4/2018)
White Boy Rick BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Dec.25/2018)
White House Down BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Nov.5/2013)
Wild 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Feb.14/2016)
The Witch BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (May 17/2016)
Wind River 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Nov.14/2017)
Wonder Woman 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Sept.19/2017)
Wreck-It Ralph4K/UHD/ATMOS (Nov.6/2018)



X-Men 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (N/A)
X2:X-Men United 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (N/A)
X-Men:Last Stand 4K/UHD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (N/A)
X-Men:Apocalypse 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Oct.4/2016)

xXx:Return of Xander Cage 4K/UHD/ATMOS (May 16/2017)

Zero Dark Thirty 4K/UHD/ATMOS (Sept.12/2017)
Zombieland BD/DTS-HD MA 5.1 (Feb.2/2010)


Netflix/Amazon Prime Video/Cable TV

Title (click to open BEQ settings) Streaming Source Audio Format (Date)

22 July Netflix DD+ (Nov.2018)
Altered Carbon Netflix DD+ ATMOS (2018)
Bird Box Netflix DD+ ATMOS (2018)
Black Mirror: Bandersnatch Netflix DD+ (2018)
Bright Netflix DD+ ATMOS (Dec.2017)
The Christmas Chronicles Netflix DD+ ATMOS (2018)
Daredevil S3 Netflix DD+ ATMOS (2018)
Dark Netflix DD+ ATMOS (2017)
Jack Ryan Amazon Prime DD+ ATMOS (2018)
The Haunting of Hill House Netflix DD+ ATMOS (2018)
Iron Fist Season 2 Netflix DD+ ATMOS (2018)
Mowgli Netflix DD+ ATMOS (2018)
Narcos:Mexico Season 1 Netflix DD+ (2018)
Next Gen Netflix DD+ ATMOS (Sept.2018)
Okja Netflix DD+ ATMOS (2017)
Outlaw King Netflix DD+ ATMOS (Nov.2018)
Ozark S2 Netflix DD+ ATMOS (2018)
The Punisher Netflix DD+ ATMOS (2017)


Available for Download: BEQ Demo Clips
(for those curious to test drive BEQ but don't have all the tools yet)
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Bass EQ or BEQ has been talked about first on Data Bass forums... since ~2014
for Restoring some Bluray/4K UHD movies that have had their lower frequencies severely filtered.

...especially recent releases from Disney/MCU/LucasFilm/Pixar/Beuna Vista... and soon to be 20th Century Fox titles.

So until we are up to speed here on AVS, here's a good reference to what BEQ is and how it's implemented:

Link: DB Forums: Bass EQ for Movies Thread



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Number One concern if you're new to BEQ seems to be:

Quote:
great thread and thanks for all of the work! Couple of noob questions...
1 - most folks run their subs ~+5db hot or so. Is that OK to keep and still implement these filters?
2 - do you want your subs eq to flat or use BEQ on top of a house curve?


If your system is calibrated to play Full Bandwidth movies like TIH (The Incredible Hulk) or WOTW (War of the Worlds) without clipping/distortion,
Then Yes, it's perfectly fine to keep your House Curve and run your subs Hot with suggested BEQ settings.

All BEQ does is bring filtered movies back up to Full Bandwidth, just like the well known Bass Monster Movies.
....We are NOT boosting the Bass, we are simply "removing the ULF/LFE limitations" placed unfairly on the crippled titles.
BEQ doesn't attempt to surpass the Bass Heavy flicks, it just levels the ULF/LFE playing field on "Disney'd" titles.

Titles that already have Good Bass can still often be improved, the Low Shelf adjustments just aren't as aggressive.

Just don't forget to change the BEQ when you change your movie.



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The Best First Step (not required, but Highly recommended)
... is getting REW (Room EQ Wizard) on your PC/Laptop/Macbook and measuring your rooms frequency response,
also requires a USB mic, I'll be using a UMIK-1 but there other options that will be added soon with links, and a Boom mic stand.

It should go without saying, but You can't effectively "fix" the Bass in a Movie if your Room is still Broken!

Whenever possible, I prefer to make physical adjustments to the room first, before turning to software correction solutions.
(could involve seating and/or sub relocation, treatments for first reflection points, sound absorbtion, bass traps, diffusion panels etc.)

If your main listening position (aka MLP) is dead center in a square room, you are very likely sitting in a Null....REW will confirm that.
...Whenever possible, try to position your seating at the 2/3rds distance from your front wall. (eg: 12' deep room, MLP at 8' feet)
I also prefer to have my Front L/R speakers about the same distance apart as they are to my MLP (forming an equilateral triangle) or close as possible.



There are several products that can be used for BEQ adjustments, but I'll start with the miniDSP 2x4HD (~$200)
One of the best products for the money (IMHO) to adjust Frequency Response (10 Band EQ) and Time Alignment for up to 4 individual Subs.

I'm just in process of setting up a new HP Windows 10 Laptop (old one died a miserable death)
So I'm pretty much starting from scratch with the most recent version of REW (Room EQ Wizard) free software. (link below, Donations encouraged)
...and from miniDSP, a UMIK-1 (usb mic to measure room frequency response and graph it in REW)

and last but certainly not least,
a miniDSP 2x4HD that ships with a coupon code for a free MiniDSP 2x4 HD1 Plug-In download.
a miniDSP IR remote for $5 that can change to 4 different house curve presets on the fly after you set them up on your PC.
and if you don't already have one, a boom mic tripod stand from amazon (~$20)





Getting Started with REW: A Step-by-Step Guide
http://01966633.com/forum/91-au...l#post22823228

http://www.roomeqwizard.com/ REW Download site

http://www.hometheatershack.com/forums/rew-forum/ REW users Forum

miniDSP 2x4HD

miniDSP UMIK-1

...optional items I picked up:
miniDSP IR Remote

WI-DG a Wifi Bridge w/Alexa support
(eliminates USB cable from the 2x4HD to your Laptop)

UMIK-1 mic, must be calibrated with download file available on miniDSP site after you enter your serial number
(You need to use the 90º Calibration file to use your UMIK-1 in the upright (aimed at the ceiling) position (recommended for multi-channel and sub calibration)

http://cross-spectrum.com/measuremen...ated_umik.html Calibrated UMIK-1

http://www.amazon.com/Microphone-Oh...boom+mic+stand $20 Boom Mic Tripod stand from amazon

..even cheaper: http://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-...ipod+mic+stand

http://www.minidsp.com/applications...setup-with-rew UMIK-1 Calibration File load through REW, and make your first REW Sweep

Canadian Source for cheap miniDSP products: (Please don't buy from amazon.ca unless you like paying double)

$284 CAD (~$220 USD)
http://solen.ca/products/electronics/dsp/minidsp2x4hd/

$6.50 if you want the IR remote
http://solen.ca/products/electronics/dsp/irremote/

...and if you need a UMIK-1 ($114)
http://solen.ca/products/electronic...sp-microphone/


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MiniDSP 2x4HD HD1 software screen shot

(Link Enabled check box at the top speeds up the process by Copying your settings to Both inputs)

It's probably a better idea to enter the BEQ shelf adjustments on the INPUT side (only have to do it once)
If you want to make any house curve entries specific to your room, put those on the individual Output channels only




=================================================

BEQ FAQ:


1. Is BEQ dangerous?

I totally understand the fear of asking a sub to do too much and blowing it up.
I also understand people thinking, "OMGZ, 20-30dB boost down into the teens and single digits! My sub is now a smoke machine!" Those boosts do look really scary, without the proper context.

I think the important thing is not to look at it like we're boosting our subs by 20-30dB. We're really not. We're boosting super-low level content within the mix by 20-30dB to bring it back up to normal levels that exist in content that is readily available and played on those same subs every day without batting an eye. That goes for huge subs, tiny subs, ported subs, sealed subs, subs of all shapes and sizes. Even the guy with the 10" sub should be able to BEQ without any fear of breaking his sub. Granted, he won't get much benefit if his sub only digs down to 25Hz, and that might be a reason for him not to bother with BEQ, but danger should not be.

Now, all that being said, if you do something ignorant/stupid/forgetful and leave the shelves enabled and play War of the Worlds, that's another story. But that's not any more irresponsible than running your 10" sub 20dB hot with a house curve and no HPF. Any full-bandwidth content will be doing the same kind of damage at that point. So for the newbies, tread carefully, study up, read the FAQ that doesn't exist yet, make sure you know what you're doing, and then there's nothing to be afraid of. Jump in with two feet. The water's warm. Actually, it's blistering hot, because if you're reading this thread, that's how you like your bass!

2. Why do you use multiple small filters instead of one big one?

The reason for using multiple smaller filters is two fold:
1. You can achieve a steeper slope with lower Q, and thus less overshoot.
2. A lower frequency, a higher Q, and a higher gain will all push the biquad coefficients closer to the limitations of their precision. Using multiple smaller filters will help with a lower Q and lower gain, giving those biquad coefficients more "headroom" as far as their precision limitations. This can be especially important with the MiniDSP 2x4HD, because it uses 96kHz sample rate which eats into that headroom. Running into the precision limitations would manifest itself as "error" in the implementation of the filters in the DSP. In other words, the actual result of the filter would differ from the expected result.[/quote]

3. Why is there a Negative or Positive Gain Filter (Q N/A) or MV noted, and Where do I apply it?




This last number is a recommended Master Volume adjustment on your AVR
(Assuming were are all using Reference Listening Levels calibrated to "0")

Some movies are recorded a little too low (like many recent Disney/Marvel titles) and need a + dB bump
Others, like Nolan titles are mixed very Hot and will induce Clipping when run at reference levels,
So the BEQ settings will also include a recommend a Negative adjustment on the MV.


*WARNING* If you leave corrected/elevated LFE/ULF BEQ levels set too high, that were "intended" for a movie that needed a significant boost,
There is potential for damage to your speakers/subs if you then play a normal full bandwidth title with those same Raised Low Shelf filters.

Please Save a separate Bypass Preset for unfiltered movies, and check MrGrey's charts before deciding what level of Boost you really need.
Some full bandwidth Bass-Fest movies require no BEQ at ALL. (listed in alphabetical order on page 1)
Graph Thread:Ultimate List of Bass Movies w/Frequency Charts

How to read a Frequency Graph for Bass output? Reading Graphs 101


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What is miniDSP?


miniDSP 2x4HD (2 inputs/4 outputs)



Z Reviews miniDSP 2x4 and miniDSP 2x4HD (new)
....This Guy is a WOOT! (*language warning*)



Summary of 2x4 vs 2x4HD





miniDSP 2x4 $95 http://www.minidsp.com/products/min...ox/minidsp-2x4


miniDSP 2x4HD $205 http://www.minidsp.com/products/min...minidsp-2x4-hd


miniDSP 2x4 Balanced $125 http://www.minidsp.com/products/min...p-balanced-2x4

Balanced does not use RCA jacks (lots of wire splicing required )

Quote:
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quick question, do I need the minidsp 2x4 HD or will the regular "not HD" version be ok?

Only for BEQ, Pioneer SC1224 receiver(same as SC-81 in US I believe), I have 2 sub out that I can use, I want to connect my 4 XTZ 12.17 subs on the output side...
Thats it, what are the benefits with the HD, and will the none HD version be enough with its 0.9V RMS output?

Thanks
I wouldn't use the non-HD 2x4 even if it was free.
..I sold mine (at a loss) and ordered the HD version before I even tried it for BEQ.

I'm almost tempted to remove the other options from the 1st page,

Or at least add this testimony from biga6761

...that stemmed from this post: http://01966633.com/forum/113-s...l#post56996770

Quote:
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Well I got my hands on the Minidsp 2x4HD today and installed in place of my 2x4 Balanced. After opening my last round of sub measurements and converting my EQ file to the proper 96k format for the HD I was up and running in no time. Right off the bat I can tell a substantial difference in the SQ and received a solid increase in bass/ULF power for my efforts. Then I loaded the first BEQ and things got serious.

Lets just say BEQ through the HD is on a completely different playing field from the Balanced 2x4 and easily on par with if not better than using JRiver for BEQ with the Balanced in the chain for sub eq alone. I'll post more tomorrow once I've been through more content and also tested BEQ through JRiver using the HD for sub Eq, but there is no way I could ever go back. The sound quality difference alone of the bass would never allow that and with the almost unexplainable difference in BEQ with the HD I'd go as far as withdrawing the Balanced 2x4 completely for even sub eq and especially for BEQ. Using the HD will give me the best of all worlds and allow keeping the bitstream intact but have the same or better quality BEQ than JRiver. Finally no more compromise just amazing BEQ glory.


I'm honestly in shock and have never heard my system in its current form sound this good. Not only does the bass sound better it's better integrated which has increased the sound quality of the system top to bottom. Even using the exact same settings all the way down to the delay settings has yielded more powerful midbass and intensely stronger ULF at the MLP. There is no way to really explain how much different the HD and non-HD units are without using them, no better yet HEARing them yourself.


Expect more impressions but suffice to say this bitch isn't goin' anywhere and is the best addition I made other than acoustic treatments.

Beyond highly recommended, and for anyone looking to get into BEQ, skip the Balanced and go straight for an HD model. If you have a Balanced unit sell it and buy an HD. I wish I hadn't already had my Balanced and had gone for the HD a long time ago.
It really is game changingly better!


BTW Anon was my first full movie with the HD and it is loaded full of ULF with BEQ. I enjoyed the movie quite a bit too.
Quote:
Originally Posted by Paopawdecarabao View Post
Is the normal MiniDSP 2x4 okay for my situation running dual subs only? Does the power output important in my small room to go with the HD version?
Quote:
Originally Posted by PioManiac View Post
Both models are 2 inputs x 4 outputs ....so the number of Subs (or sub power) is no different.
The HD model has a boat load of features, options, twice as many filters, compatible with other devices via IR and USB and Wifi (with a WI-DG),
But perhaps more importantly ...10x the processing power (96kHz sample rate) and 2.0v signal voltage (non HD is 0.9v) So the HD is much less likely to cause distortion or clipping of the signal.

If you already have a 2x4, you are certainly free to try it out.
But if you are buying new now, spend the extra $90 and never second guess your decision.

Quote:
Originally Posted by IMDave View Post
Whilst I have the non-HD MiniDSP, in hindsight with a little more knowledge, I probably should have bought the HD version.
Along with the increased voltage ( 2.0V to 4.0V in the HD ) the other very major advantage of the HD over the non-HD is the available output delay.
The non-HD caps out at 7.2ms which equates to 2.479m, whereas the HD provides up to 80ms!!!!
When it comes to time aligning two or more Subs this allows a massive amount of flexibilty in Sub placement. Especially if you have a big room.
REW shows that, whilst I could get close, my two Subs are too far apart to get perfect alignment within the 7.2ms max delay cut off.
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miniDSP 2x4HD install and Setup Guide

My AVR already has dual independent sub outputs: (that I use for Front/Rear)
(So my *Distance/EQ/Phase Corrections are already in place for both Sub outs)

* The miniDSP will likely add some delay (as much as 4.5 feet) in your sub signal,
So you may want to re-run your AVR's room correction software (Audessey/YPAO/Dirac)
with the new mini in the chain and all filters set to bypass. (no EQ filters applied)

If you wish, you can use REW with the miniDSP to EQ your subs and set the time alignment (delays)
but I'm not going there right now in this thread. There's already a dedicated REW thread for that.

My setup: (YMMV)
Sub-1 pre-out on the AVR will supply the signal for my Front Funk Audio 18.0's (into input 1 on the miniDSP)
Sub-2 pre-out on the AVR will supply the signal for my Rear near-field Subs and Crowson MA's (into input 2 on the miniDSP)
(USB cable running to my laptop is on the left)



The miniDSP Output 1&2 go to my Front Funk Audio 18.0 Subs (Left and Right)
The miniDSP Output 3 goes to the rear of my room where I split that signal with a Y splitter to my 2 VNF Velodyne Subs.
The miniDSP Output 4 goes to the rear of my room to feed my Crowson amplifier for my Motion Actuators.
(power cable on the left)

Basic Signal Flow Diagram for 2 inputs and 4 subs




miniDSP HD1 pluggin screen Inputs & Routing Tab

Showing how my Front Sub Input 1 signal is feeding Output 1+2 (Signal is turned off for my Rear Subs and Crowson MA's (3&4 outs)
Rear Subs and Crowson's only get the Rear Signal from my AVR to Input 2 on the miniDSP (1&2 outputs turned off)



You can easily Matrix the in/outs to match your own configuration.

You may want just *1 sub signal input to the miniDSP and 4 outs with all the same output signal
...then go into each sub channel and set their own EQ/Delay etc. individually (You'll want to use REW for that!)
(you can also import the filters needed to get a flat response directly through the REW software)

* I have read that using both inputs on the miniDSP doubles the signal strength, (+6dB gain)
So if your AVR/Processor only has 1 Sub-Out...use a Y-Splitter to feed Both miniDSP inputs. (for non-HD model only)
The non-HD model miniDSP only has a 0.9v line voltage, the HD version has a 2.0v line voltage.

Outputs Tab:



By Default the miniDSP 2x4 crossovers are set for High Pass BYPASSED only on outputs 1&3 for Subs, BUT set for Low Pass BYPASSED on outputs 2&4 for Speakers.
So you will need to manually change the Xover bypass filters on outputs 2&4 to match output channel 1 & 3 (the last two bottom selections) for using 4 Sub Outs



Channel 1 and 3 out are correct by default for Subs, just make sure all are the same now for 4 sub outs.


Next go back to the Input Channel page, select the PEQ Tab, (Lower Left corner, under Input 1) just above Mute.

That opens up 10 available colored EQ slots for making adjustments for BEQ settings (Frequency/Gain/Q/Filter Type)
The far right tab should read Low Shelf (aka LS) for the filter type. Some BEQ's will require a PEQ as your last entry, use PEAK as your Filter Type for those.
Unused EQ tabs should just be disabled by hitting the BYPASS button. (far right, bottom corner) turning the EQ color tab to Grey.

If there are any -/+ Gain numbers with a MV or N/A for filter type at the end of the BEQ...that's a recommended Master Volume change on your AVR or Pre/Pro
Some titles are a little too quiet, even at reference levels, some are already clipping before BEQ so the MV adjustment should be made
(relative to your normal listening levels)

If you want all your subs to have the same BEQ settings, make the PEQ adjustments on the Two Input channels, not the 4 Outputs
(both ways will work, but input channel is quicker (you only need to do it once if you clicked the Link Enabled tick box option to pair input 1 & input 2 together)
...just don't use both Input and Output when entering PEQ changes.

I Highly recommend reserving the Output Channles for your own House Curve adjustments,
That way each of the 4 output channel can have individual EQ, Distance/Delay and Crossovers for subs of different size, type, location
....or for motion actuators/buttkickers.



Each EQ slot has 4 Parameters for you to Correct: Frequency (Hz), Gain (dB) Q (Bandwidth) and Filter Type
If there is a Multiplier in the BEQ instructions (like x4) you enter the same parameters for EQ1, EQ2, EQ3, EQ4, before moving to the next frequency in the BEQ

Hit "Connect" in the top right corner of your screen to update the new BEQ settings to your miniDSP (Green check mark in screen shot below)
Then click the "syncronize now" selection if you get a popup. Once you are up and running, you can unplug the USB cable from your laptop.

...or leave it hooked up to monitor your 4 sub output levels in real time


If you want to switch between 4 different memory modes using an IR remote,
make sure the side of the miniDSP with the IR receiver (and the blue light) is facing your seat,
(cover the LED with black tape if its too bright)



I used the miniDSP remote ($5) to toggle between BEQ adjustments saved in Memory slot 1
and have my 2nd memory slot saved with my Sub 1,2,3 channels Muted, only active channel is 4 for my Crowson MA's
This is perfect for late night viewing as it delivers seat shaking bass effects without shaking the whole house. (Stealth Mode)
Memory slot 3 I use for regular TV viewing, so all EQ levels are set to bypass.

My USB cable isn't quite long enough to reach from my miniDSP to get my laptop back to my seat,
...so my next purchase will be a miniDSP WiFi adapter WI-DG (to keep my laptop "On" my laptop) ...$75



http://www.minidsp.com/products/accessories/wi-dg

Thanks Nalleh! ORDERED!

...also ordered up a heavily discounted/discontinued "Alexa Friendly" Yamaha RX-A3070 AVR (NIB)
that was on close out, to replace my 3 y/o RX-A3050 (3050 had no Alexa and no Dolby Vision support, time to let it go)





I got it all hooked up, But the instructions for the WI-DG are a little wonky for PC users.

In order for your wireless Laptop to find the WI-DG in your available network connection list,
You have to first download the i-Tunes app for Windows users from the Apple online store (free) to get the mDNS service installed on your PC.
..You cant DL it from any other source, it has to be the version on the apple site Here: http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/

So I did that, and got the miniDSP-Wi-DG_221D52 added to my list of wireless networks available, connected to that,
the next step is to use a non-microsoft browser, like Firefox or Chrome, and enter http:// minidsp-wi-dg.local/
in the browsers url bar to load the password/login page for your WI-DG (a one time connection).

But it failed no matter what I tried, so I tried the suggested hard wire connection with an Ethernet cable, still no bueno!
I went online to the http://www.minidsp.com/forum/index but got nothing there either,
Tossed everything back in the box and let it sit for almost a month. LOL!

Finally emailed miniDSP support to start a ticket, Two days later they said to manually enter the IP address (usually 192.168.100.1 works) instead of minidsp-wi-dg.local
They were right, instant connection. Entered a password I made up, switched from AP mode (Access Point) to Station Mode. Joined the WI-DG to my local network (wireless router)
Rebooted everything, loaded my miniDSP pluggin (miniDSP HD1 software on my PC) got the IP address using the Auto selection in the top right corner, Boom all Good!

But the following day experienced several connection drops, and the auto would make 3 attempts and often fail.
It took a while for Auto to find my IP to finally auto-populate, but I took note of the IP once it finally did, snapped a pic with my smartphone.
Now when the signal drops and I lose connection, I just manually insert that IP, in my case it was 192.168.0.20, and I get an instant stable "connect" every time.
...I turned Auto off.

Your IP address for the Wi-DG interface can be found on the System Information screen


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Start your own Library of BEQ settings for your Favorite Movies

Enter the BEQ settings for your Favorites or for Movies you know are coming soon that you've pre-ordered.
Hit the Save button in the Top Left of the screen after each BEQ is entered, create a file folder named BEQ and start saving them to your laptop/pc/macbook
(Use the Load function to make entering BEQ's to your miniDSP a one click setup now )



Here's a few I entered just while I was watching TV, it only took 30 minutes to enter/save 13 movies (~ 2.5 min ea)
... but now I can just hit the load button when its movie time



@DesertDog has compiled ALL the BEQ miniDSP files from our BEQ list above
That you can download to your own computer now, so you will be able to load them dirctly into your miniDSP 2x4HD with a couple mouse clicks, no more typing required.
He's working on a way to integrate your personal house curve settings on the output channels, update coming soon. (for now you have to add those yourself)

GitHub link complete with ReadMe instructions: http://github.com/bmiller/miniDSPBEQ

Just keep in mind, if you've applied personal house curve EQ adjustments to your miniDSP's output channels,
they will have to be added when using downloaded BEQ files (that are left neutral on the output end)

Thanks DD!



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100% Optional Section: BEQ Designer
For those interested enough to venture deeper down the Rabbit Hole...

How to create your own BEQ/Graphs,

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Steps to do a BEQ graph:

One time step:
1.) Download ffmpeg (http://ffmpeg.zeranoe.com/builds/) and enter that path in the preferences dialog inside the beq designer tool)

This is all you have to do:
1.) Rip movie to your PC using makemkv (http://www.makemkv.com/)
2.) In the beq designer (http://github.com/3ll3d00d/beqdesig...ases/tag/0.3.7), select Extract Audio from the tools menu and select the mkv file.
3.) Click the extract button
4.) Click Add under signals and select the file that step 2 created
5.) Click preview and then ok
6.) Start adding filters until you are happy with the result. Most filters will be low shelf filters with a Q around 0.7-1.0.
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Simple Remux BassEQ Tutorial

This tutorial does not go into every detail. You may have to experiment in BEQ Designer to figure out exactly what each step entails. This will apply a simple BEQ with a single set of filters on all channels.

1. Extract Audio - Decimate but do not Mix to Mono. This will keep all of the independent channels.
2. Add Signals. You should now see a signal for each channel.
3. Link Signals - Make one the master and make all of the rest slaves. Now if you add filters to the master, all of the signals will get them.
4. Add Filters to the master signal. You should see the filters take effect on all channels on the PvA graph.
5. Check Headroom - Click the up arrow below the PvA graph. This will bring up the waveform graph below. Check the "Filtered?" checkbox. Now select each signal and make note of the headroom shown. One or more of the signals may show negative headroom. The negative gain you choose to add should be based on the worst case, so make note of which signal had the least headroom (or the largest negative headroom). Add a negative gain filter to the same master signal above to increase headroom so that it is no longer negative on any of the channels.
6. Remux - If you followed all of these steps starting with extraction, the signals should map to the filters automatically.

This tutorial was meant to be quick and simple. It won't answer every question for someone first starting with BEQ Designer, but it at least gives you the guidelines to follow as you work your way through learning how the app works.

Notes:
1. You will lose audio objects in Atmos/DTS:X mixes.
2. Many mixes already have channels with little or no headroom without any filters added, so don't be alarmed by that.
3. If you check "Compress Audio?" when remuxing, it will encode the audio as FLAC instead of uncompressed PCM.
4. If you want to do per-channel BEQ rather than applying the same filters to all channels, simply skip the Link Signals step and you can apply different filters to each channel.
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Lets do this! Thanks for making a new thread.

An idea that you touched on is something I've been thinking about. Perhaps we could decide on the 4 miniDSP settings as overall most used frequency correction filters. Then instead of BEQ'ing each and every movie individually, we could choose one of the 4 presets that come closest. The option would still be there of course to manually input filters for each specific movie if need be.
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Just a suggestion, highlight those warning in bold red. You don't want bass noobs to end up blowing their subs.

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Lets do this! Thanks for making a new thread.

An idea that you touched on is something I've been thinking about. Perhaps we could decide on the 4 miniDSP settings as overall most used frequency correction filters. Then instead of BEQ'ing each and every movie individually, we could choose one of the 4 presets that come closest. The option would still be there of course to manually input filters for each specific movie if need be.
Everyone will have to make their own adjustments/presets based on their own room and their subs capabilities. (why REW is an integral part)
There isn't much point adding +20dB Low Shelf Boost at 10Hz on a small ported sub that's limited to 18Hz in a 4000^3 space
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All this BEQ talk really has me interested... especially when it comes to these Marvel/Disney movies.

If all I cared about was boosting my single sub in the low ranges to improve these movies, would the regular miniDSP be enough or would I need the miniDSP HD? I'm a little unclear on what the difference is between them.
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BEQ The Avengers (2012) Atmos



Update: Was testing this with and without BEQ to get a feel for the difference. After a few rounds back and forth on some early scenes, I got caught up watching with BEQ on and ended up almost watching the whole thing. The difference with BEQ on this is incredible. It becomes demo worthy.

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BassEQ Demo Clips:

4K HDR
Atomic Blonde BassEQ Demo Scene (UHD, PCM 7.1)
Ready Player One BassEQ Demo Clip (UHD, PCM 7.1)
The Meg BassEQ Demo Clip (UHD, PCM 7.1)

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Unbroken BassEQ Demo Scene (PCM 7.1)
Finding Nemo BassEQ Demo Scene (PCM 7.1)
First Man BassEQ Demo Scene (PCM 7.1)
Olympus Has Fallen BassEQ Demo Scene (PCM 5.1)

These are reduced in level to prevent clipping. The filenames will tell you by how much. You should increase your MV by that amount if you want it to play at a normal level.

They each contain two tracks, with and without BassEQ, so that you can switch back and forth while playing to compare.
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just want to confirm with you, the 4dB x 4 (16dB total) means that you applied 4 times LS filter at same 12Hz?
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just want to confirm with you, the 4dB x 4 (16dB total) means that you applied 4 times LS filter at same 12Hz?
Yes I believe the theory is there is less overshoot on the filter when you apply multiple smaller filters than one big one.

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BEQ Predator (1987) DTS-HD MA 5.1

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just want to confirm with you, the 4dB x 4 (16dB total) means that you applied 4 times LS filter at same 12Hz?
Yes, I did a lot of testing and came to the conclusion that 4 cascaded filters at Q0.9 allows an even steeper shelf than a single bigger shelf at Q1.1, and with far less overshoot. This will become my norm going forward.
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BEQ Avengers: Infinity War (2018) Atmos

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Hot damn! A man works a long day and comes back to find ........what's this? A real, big boy BEQ thread on AVS already 20 posts deep!!

Very nice work gentleman! I commend your work and look so forward to contributing to the fun.

Big shouts out to @aron7awol for posting in Mr.Grey's Movies with Bass thread to begin with and causing me to finally explore BEQ about a month back. I haven't watch a single full movie without BEQ since. Thanks brother Aron! HT will never be the same for me.

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@aron7awol, am I missing out that much by using the non HD minidsp? That is currently what I have. I have not tried these yet, because I use the AMDC 2.0, but should get some time in this weekend to work on this new challenge to enhance my listening adventure! subscribed!
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@aron7awol, am I missing out that much by using the non HD minidsp? That is currently what I have. I have not tried these yet, because I use the AMDC 2.0, but should get some time in this weekend to work on this new challenge to enhance my listening adventure! subscribed!
Just for Sub adjustments and BEQ,
the non-HD 2x4 should work fine if you already have it.
...if not try it and decide for yourself if you want to upgrade.

My original miniDSP 2x4 (non HD model)
No 12v power transformer, lower voltage 0.9v in-out RCA signal,
5 band EQ, no optical input, no USB audio, no IR receiver for remote control.


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12v power supply, higher voltage 2.0v input/output RCA signal, 10 Band EQ, Digi-Optical (Toslink) input, IR Receiver for remote control,
USB streaming, Faster processing but that's probably more important for higher frequency DSP function (Full Range speakers).
*Greater time delay range to 80ms vs 7.2ms(non HD) for multi sub setup in a large room, See IMDave's quote below.

Plus whatever advantages are in the HD1 software plug-in.

(but to be fair, I have yet to use either for BEQ)




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Whilst I have the non-HD MiniDSP, in hindsight with a little more knowledge, I probably should have bought the HD version.
Along with the increased voltage ( 2.0V to 4.0V in the HD ) the other very major advantage of the HD over the non-HD is the available output delay.
The non-HD caps out at 7.2ms which equates to 2.479m, whereas the HD provides up to 80ms!!!!
When it comes to time aligning two or more Subs this allows a massive amount of flexibilty in Sub placement. Especially if you have a big room.
REW shows that, whilst I could get close, my two Subs are too far apart to get perfect alignment within the 7.2ms max delay cut off.
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Hot damn! A man works a long day and comes back to find ........what's this? A real, big boy BEQ thread on AVS already 20 posts deep!!

Very nice work gentleman! I commend your work and look so forward to contributing to the fun.

Big shouts out to @aron7awol for posting in Mr.Grey's Movies with Bass thread to begin with and causing me to finally explore BEQ about a month back. I haven't watch a single full movie without BEQ since. Thanks brother Aron! HT will never be the same for me.
Yes, Huge Props' to Aron!

Eventually I will make a library/list of BEQ'd titles with links to the charts in one of the reserved spots. (similar to Data Bass)
I really need to get some more programs installed on my laptop and get up to speed on creating my own frequency graphs too.
... but that may have to wait for Winter hibernation.

Great start guys!

I'm open to any suggestions to update/edit the first few posts to make things more user friendly,

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@aron7awol I believe miniDSP is one of the only vendors who allow filter center frequencies below 20Hz (after popular demand).

Are there any options those with other PEQs limited to 20Hz? Behringer, AllDSP, and many others.
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I believe with the Behringers you can use a highshelf filter with a negative gain, to bring the knee down below 20Hz, whereas with the low shelfs the knee starts higher up.
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Are there any options those with other PEQs limited to 20Hz? Behringer, AllDSP, and many others.
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@aron7awol, am I missing out that much by using the non HD minidsp? That is currently what I have. I have not tried these yet, because I use the AMDC 2.0, but should get some time in this weekend to work on this new challenge to enhance my listening adventure! subscribed!
The 2x4 Balanced should be just about as effective as the HD as far as the ability to output 2V and create filters down to 10Hz. I believe you have to use the SUB_EQ filters to effectively use filters that low on the non-HD.

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Yes, Huge Props' to Aron!

Eventually I will make a library/list of BEQ'd titles with links to the charts in one of the reserved spots. (similar to Data Bass)
I really need to get some more programs installed on my laptop and get up to speed on creating my own frequency graphs too.
... but that may have to wait for Winter hibernation.

Great start guys!

I'm open to any suggestions to update/edit the first few posts to make things more user friendly,

I was hoping you'd use one of those first posts to create a list with links. I'll be happy to continue to post my BEQs and resulting graphs, and it would be great to have a central location to index them. I do realize that will require a good amount of work and maintenance, though. I wondered if something like a shared Google Doc could be an effective index that could be more of a collaborative effort.

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Are there any options those with other PEQs limited to 20Hz? Behringer, AllDSP, and many others.
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I believe with the Behringers you can use a highshelf filter with a negative gain, to bring the knee down below 20Hz, whereas with the low shelfs the knee starts higher up.
As @Pradeep2 mentions, I do know the knee of high shelves are different in the iNuke DSP, and so they can be effective below 20Hz to some extent. It will definitely be a compromise compared to true 10Hz EQ ability, and you may not be able to properly BEQ a lot of films.
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I'm THIS close to picking up a minidsp hd and trying out BEQ.

One question... if I were to use aron7awol's settings for some of these movies... how does it work with people that already run their subs pretty hot? Is it better to set your sub back to what Audyssey sets it at before running these corrections or do we run them on top of whatever we normally listen at? I'm just worried it would be too much since I already run my sub +12db (or more) hot.

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I'm THIS close to picking up a minidsp hd and trying out BEQ.

One question... if I were to use aron7awol's settings for some of these movies... how does it work with people that already run their subs pretty hot? Is it better to set your sub back to what Audyssey sets it at before running these corrections or do we run them on top of whatever we normally listen at? I'm just worried it would be too much since I already run my sub +12db (or more) hot.
I run my subs hot and run a house curve. It really comes down to this...when you play the full-bandwidth epics such as The Incredible Hulk, War of the Worlds, The Hurricane Heist, do you have to turn down your subs or do any other adjustments? The intention of BEQ is to turn the weak pathetic mixes of the world into something very similar to full-bandwidth mixes. The end result shouldn't be much different from those movies I listed, assuming the BEQ is done properly.

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The 2x4 Balanced should be just about as effective as the HD as far as the ability to output 2V and create filters down to 10Hz. I believe you have to use the SUB_EQ filters to effectively use filters that low on the non-HD.

Aron,

Pretty sure lizrussspike has the first one, non HD 2x4...not the Balanced 2x4
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