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You've got company coming over and want to make a lasting impression on them with your expensive new home theater system. Quick - what DVD can you play that will instantly blow their minds? Now if you're anything like me, you can sit there staring at hundreds of DVD titles and yet draw a blank when it comes to showcase pieces. Well, no more! Just use one of these fantastic demonstration scenes as submitted by our members.

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Submitted by JULIAN ' TIP ' RANGEL on 12/06/02.
Santana Supernational Soundtrack
(1 vote)
Location:TRACK TWO

Submitted by Michael Marciante on 03/20/00.
Saving Private Ryan
(24 votes)
Location:DTS The first 20 minutes
Features:Incredible realism. Outstanding effects
Description:Send the kiddies to bed and crank the sound way up. You are in for a real treat. By far the best sounding DTS soundtrack to date.

Submitted by Jason Horne on 06/20/00.
Saving Private Ryan
(8 votes)
Location:First 30 minutes
Description:Kicks Ass! Enough said

Submitted by Michael on 12/03/00.
Saving Private Ryan
(6 votes)
Location:First 30 minutes...
Features:sound, sound, and more sound.
Description:If you want to give your audio system a test, play this DVD with DTS. It's incredible and not much can compare.

Submitted by Dan Babich on 12/22/00.
Saving Private Ryan
(13 votes)
Description:The Omaha Beach Sence is Beyond incredable. Your never want to be any closer to a war that.

Submitted by Gary on 11/01/02.
Se7en: Platinum Series
(2 votes)
Location:Dinner scene & End of movie
Features:Sound and movement
Description:In the dinner scene, when the train goes by, it sounds like a train is driving right into your house. (I live near an air base and the first time I watched this, I paused the film at this point because I thought a plane was taking off!)
At the very end of the film, right before the closing credits, when the helicopter is flying overhead the sound flows from the back right across to the front left - again, living near an air base, it sounds just like a real helicopter flying overhead.

Submitted by Terence on 04/23/05.
(2 votes)
Location:Seabiscuit Vs War Admiral, The Race
Features:Sound, Story
Description:The whole film builds to this moment - the small horse, Seabiscuit, taking on the famous War Admiral. The close up of the horses with the noise of the track and their hooves pounding combined with the whole culmination of emotion in the characters and story is a great film moment. If your looking for a demonstration to someone that's not into big-bang action or blood and guts action movies, this is it. Want to convince the wife that you really need that $50K home theater? -then take this clip to the store....

Submitted by ridge on 08/26/04.
Shaolin Soccer
(1 vote)
Location: (Universal Release) vs. evil team
Features:surrounds and sub
Description:The last game sounds Awesome and really tests your sub and surrounds. This is the best demo i know of and its always the first movie to go in the player when demoing my system. Brings a wide smile every time. Its got to be the DTS track on the asian release.

Submitted by squidly on 01/12/03.
(2 votes)
Location:Whole movie
Features:great audio mixing
Description:The audio in Signs is perfect.
From the subtle wind in the field to the whispers of Joaquin to the footsteps of the alien out on the porch. Everything is very well done, especially the surround effects. Very believable, unlike some movies.

Submitted by Joseph A. on 06/20/00.
Six Days and Seven Nights
(4 votes)
Location:outdoor scenes, starting at the airport in Tahiti.
Features:excellent video quality (sound is so-so)
Description:Regardless of what you thought of the flick, the island scenes will make you drool at all the pretty colors and the sharpness of the image. The close-ups of Anne Heche's face aren't bad either. :)

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