Since the birth of the big screen LCD TVs and Blu-ray players, home movie viewing has never been the same. All the rage about these home entertainment devices right now seems to be so engaging that more people are becoming intrigued about how plausible they work. Any smart buyer would want to make sure that they can enjoy the largest and clearest possible picture.
To make sure that the audio of their sound system is on par with the overall home theatre, users can test their newfound sound system with the best movie possible.
If you want to know if you got the best wireless speakers for home entertainment, you better check them with the film that can stretch your tweeters and woofers to the limit. Check out the top 10 films to test your home theatre, wireless speakers. Let’s see how your speakers will entertain you with the all-important center speaker.
Any fan of direct action sequences might agree that one of Michael Bay’s best immediate action sequences shows in Transformers (2007). This crowd-pleaser and money-making movie suits to test your home speakers for many reasons. The explosions, car chases and sweeping camera angles are all perfect for giving your speakers what they need. Don’t forget the iconic scenes of transforming robots. The mechanical noises that are distinct for each robot provide the sound system the proper test they deserve. Bumblebee’s fans now have the excuse to play this movie again and again!
Are you a fan of M. Night Shyamalan movies? Then here’s your bit of excuse to watch one of the installments of his famous trilogy. ‘Signs’ pass as one of the best movies to test your home theatre wireless speakers for various of reasons. As the movie uses silence as its number one tool to wake up its viewers, it’s also the perfect way to see how your speakers can hold up.
Notice the beauty of your sound system as the movie start Gibson stands in a cornfield, trying to track down an intruder. As he pauses and starts listening to the night, you can hear the aural magic echoing. As the corn rustles in the wind and suddenly interrupted by a very subtle clicking noise, you can notice how the audio thrill starts. As this type of juxtaposition between silence and sound repeats throughout the film, you can notice how your speakers perform.
Another scene that can tell so much about your speakers is when the lights in the basement are turned out. All you have is the sounds that are coming from your wireless theater speakers. You may agree that M. Night has his share of some awful movies after this one, but “Signs” still scores as one of the best sound test movies.
The exclamation on the title should explain it all. As Moulin Rouge (2001) is as musical as it can get, it also earns its spot in this list for various eargasmic reasons. This Academy nominee for Best Sound is one of the best musicals to test your speakers. Enjoy all the covers of favorite songs and original compositions.
The constant variety of songs plus the cartoonish sound effects all add up to the comic audio impact of this movie. Note that this is the musical of all musicals so there’s no way your speakers could go wrong having this on.
If you don’t fancy extravagant musicals, then you might want some bits of bombs and bloodsheds for your movie choices. What’s better soldier-starred movie than that of Saving Private Ryan (1998)? This top-grossing film has all the realistic battle scenes any viewer could imagine. As this movie is tagged as one of the best war scenes ever, it can also pass as one of the best movies to test your favorite home speakers. The film won the Oscar for Best Sound Effects Editing and Best Sound at the 71st Academy Awards.
Imagine all the screaming, the yelling and shooting all at once. The explosions and crying and all the chaos one could imagine on a battlefield are all here. With all these rapid fire and audio tantrums, this movie also offers silence to the viewers now and then. It leaves the audience the moments to absorb the happenings along with the characters as they struggle to their fate.
Talk about another box-office hit that could test the limits of your home wireless speakers and here comes the best of them all. Jurassic Park (1993) is no walk in the park as the viewers can enjoy the movie with the agonizing thrill of it all. This Academy Award winner for Best Visual Effects, Best Sound Effects Editing, and Best Sound has it all for you.
One roar of the Tyrannosaurus is enough to let you know if you’ve got the perfect wireless home speakers or not. The mighty bellow of the hungry beasts can test your tweeters right on point. The sounds of the dinosaurs are made by mixing the sounds made by an elephant, a tiger, and an alligator. Watch the scenes with Velociraptors, and you can test how your speakers can take high pitches. If you feel like you’re in the middle of Gallimimus stampede while watching this movie, then you must have the best wireless speakers.
If you want to go wild, then go with the best pirates in the history of movies. Sail the iconic Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) and Davy Jones (Bill Nighy) to the most magnificent oceans of the world. As you dive into the dark and magical worlds of the pirates, you’ll discover how your wireless speakers can hold up to the depths of its core. This movie has been nominated for Best Sound Editing and Sound Mixing at the 79th Academy Awards.
You might agree that Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003) is the better movie. Dead Man’s Chest (2006) can give all the audio performance of the first movie and more. Enjoy the swords clanging together and the occasional black-powder explosion. You can also run with the cannibal chase in the jungle or fear the deafening roar of the roaring Kraken. Hans Zimmer has plausibly created an adventurous soundtrack that matches every scene of the movie. All these bring the perfect test to your favorite wireless speakers at home.
Dive into the movie that never gets old and only gets better. The Matrix (1999) walked away with the Academy Award for Best Sound Effects Editing and Best Sound. Talk about a movie that has blown the mind of the viewers with its stunning presentation of reality. As this movie has been praised for its visual effects, it’s also a perfect film to test your home theater system.
The elaborate fight scene between Neo and Trinity welcomes you to a fantastic series of bullets whizzing around the stages.
As the fight scene is capped off by the iconic slow-motion explosion in the elevator shaft, and more explosions, your subwoofer can give you all it got. The tweeters can also provide you with what you want as the high-pitched digital noise shows up every time an agent takes over a human.
Got no more for science fiction movies, go back in time and have fun with ‘Gladiators’ (2000). Run wild with Maximus (Russell Crowe) as he battles his way from being a Roman leader to being a slave to his fights as a gladiator. The soundtrack of this movie is worth your listening time as the rousing composition of “The Battle” and “Barbarian Horde” can fill your room with beating drums, fiery horns, and clashing cymbals. No doubt why this movie also bagged the Best Sound award from the Oscars.
The fight scenes of this iconic movie prove to be more than just clashing swords. They include whips, flaming pots of doom, chariots, explosions, roaring tigers and the exciting roar of the crowd. If you don’t fancy the bloodshed, then you might as well settle for the beautiful music in the ending like the serene “Now We Are Free” song.
Are you a fan of movie series? Then why don’t you take another dose of the final installment of the Lord of the Rings film trilogy? ‘Return of the King’ (2003) won all of the 11 categories it was nominated for. The most amazing among them was the Best Original Song and Best Sound Mixing. Given these milestones, you can test your home wireless speakers to their limits. If you’re a fan of J.R.R. Tolkien’s books, then here’s your chance to dive into the eargasmic aspects of this beautiful world inside his imagination.
Return of the King (2003) stands out from the rest of the installments for one crucial scene. When Aragorn clashes with the Army of the Dead at Dunharrow, you can wallow in the voices of the dead. These voices echo from the sound system that seems to knock out the fan in you. The epic battle scenes, the boiling lava of Mount Doom, and the iconic collapse of Mordor become a single reason why this film deserves all the attention it has been getting. Paired with a fantastic musical score by Howard Shore, this movie is a total package to test your home wireless speakers.
Wake up the Star Wars fanatic in you because here’s another excuse to binge watch this epic interstellar saga. Generations of fandom will understand how the movies from 1977, 1980 and 1983, and the prequels were released in 1999, 2002 and 2005 remain to be the best movies to test wireless home speakers. As this film series won countless awards like Academy Awards for Best Original Score and Best Sound Mixing, this series also won the hearts of home viewing fans.
If the films in this series are taken as individuals for this list, then it might be a list of why Star Wars Saga is the ultimate series to test your home theatre, wireless speakers. Your subwoofers will boom as each incarnation of the Death Star is destroyed. Tweeters will tremor with the high-pitched laser blasts in the space battles as the ships whoosh past. Your midrange drivers can hum along with the fury of the lightsabers as the Jedi wield them. You know what to expect with Star Wars.
Buying your favorite set of speakers is a milestone. Having them pass your test makes the experience more exciting. Choose from the top 10 films to test your home theater, wireless speakers now and prove how amazing your components are.
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