My daughter is 15- and for Halloween, she really enjoyed Secret Window and Sleepy Hollow.
other movies she really liked were Uncle Buck, My Cousin Vinnie, Mud, Napoleon Dynamite, Crazy Rich Asians, Back to the Future.
Thanks for the input. My main concern is temperature / humidity swings and wondering if a pro amp would hold up better than a home A/V.
Audiosource is one I've been looking into - and will keep an eye out.
I am in need of a 2 channel amp to run a pair of JBL speakers in my garage. I had an Onkyo 2 channel amp there for 10 years - but it died.
For garage use, is there a durable amp I should look at? I’ll be using my phone to stream music via Bluetooth.
I would urge you to listen/watch at least the first 10 minutes of the movie IT. You may not be into horror, but there is a scene where Georgie goes into the basement. Nothing happens, but the expectation is there and if memory serves me correctly - you get a sense of how the movie is recorded...
On her immaculate collection (greatest hits) they use a recording technique that places sounds in a 3 dimensional space. It is an extremely impressive mix- sounds coming from above - and when she whispers Vogue - you’d swear she was whispering in your ear.
First minute of Edge of Tomorrow - seriously - first few seconds - before the credits- insanely loud and low end bass. Had to be an accident in mixing.
The entire movie IT - actually one of the best soundtracks I’ve heard
Beach bomb scene in Dunkirk
Telarc’s 1812 Overture -...
I don’t actually go anywhere anymore- but once this virus passes, that would be great. Winston’s not a far drive at all.
I would extend the same courtesy to you - if you feel the need to head south to Charlotte. I would love for someone on the forum to listen to my system as well.