Watch it Krime or I'll have you sent back to that centre of Kriminality from whence you came
JVC DLA-HD1 -- OPPO BDP83 -- ARCAM AVR600 -- DALI Helicon 800 Mk1 -- BK Monoliths FF and DF
Eh? It's not even out on DVD yet!
DTS track on 'Behind Enemy Lines'. I use this one to check out after I do any fidgeting or calibration.
The opening scene from 'The Abyss' when the big sub is going down is still awesome. The maddest bass impact and crunch ever when it hits the bottom; water rushing in makes you feel the claustrophobia and panic and ducking from the electrical explosions and fires. I havent heard it in 5.1 - I have a numbered limited edition directors cut on VHS - I'll have to pick up a copy of it on DVD when I see one.
Agreed on any of The Matrix and LOTR movies.
The artillery bombardment in 'Flags of Our Fathers' is phenomenal - if you're not running for cover during this movie you've got nerves of steel. IMO its about as realistic as it gets.
I can watch 'Aliens' (directors cut) again and again. It just never gets old.
People actually still watch movies in VHS?
I've had it for about 12 years - was good then and is still good now. People still listen to vinyl and the sound quality from good HiFi VHS is often not far short of DVD.
....Music wise ..Talking Heads's "Stop Making Sense" and Led Zep's Double DVD set sound fab ......what subwoofers were invented for!
Oracle Delphi 1 / Zeta /Goldring 2200. Onkyo Tr 875. Marantz CD 85 SE.Sony CDX 355 300 Disc CD Multi-Player
Lake Audio 1015 Ft Speakers and Lake Audio Ctr. Wharfdale Diamond III Rears. Ruark Vita 100 Sub Woofer. Pioneer PX 50d Plasma. Denon 1940 DVD. Panasonic DMR ex 777 HD/DVD-R. Pioneer 989 avi DVD Player. Sony BDP185 Blu Ray player, Sky HD Box
First DVD I ever owned/played... Godzilla! Played on my original Sony 715.Circa 1997!
Audio Editor, Gramophone
THE POLAR EXPRESS. my little boy loves it. the whole room shakes when the train arrives at the beginning. great sound. have kids as an excuse to watch it.
Introduction scene to "Saving Private Ryan".
Thank Christ I was born in the sixties, not the twenties.
Still working on a favourite but my most memorable were the first. Top Gun way back when I had a Yamaha 3020 processor attached to my Musical Fidelity B1 amp in my bedroom! Then it was Jurassic Park on laserdisc when the system had moved to the family lounge!!
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