I have SUB configured with two PLAY:1's in a stereo pair and was wondering what everyones favourite songs are that you think really brings out the best of SUB and the wonderful stereo imaging that the PLAY:1's provide!
I'd be keen to hear any kind of music and really want to bring out the most of my system with a wide variety of tracks!
Thanks in advanced!
Best Songs for SUB and Stereo Imaging?
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Nice suggestions Hermie. I've enjoyed what Paolo Nutini I've heard.
I'm a big fan of testing with Massive Attack.
Another fun one is Glitch Mob - Carry the Sun or Fortune Days.
I haven't tried out those Pierre, I'll have to give it a shot later.
The weeknd - The hills
Turn it up and your sub gets a good test at the 40 second mark.
Definitely listen to Tiny Cities (feat. Beck) make sure your speakers/sub are up and don't give up during the long build up after the verse, trust me.
Please try it!!
I always love the way the drums go from side to side on Bjork Hunter, bass is brilliant too! Enjoy!
On My Level feat. Too $hort by Wiz Khalifa
Bad and Boujee (feat Lil Uzi Vert) by Migos
"On My Level" hits hard in my car but I think the bass messes with the treble and garbles his voice. On my Play:5 gen 2 and Sub, it's very clean and absolute bass.
Insane range and dynamic range
Hey Now (by London Grammar)
Toccata (by Mannheim Steamroller / album: Fresh Aire III) - This one is a bit old school, but worth it, especially if you have the sub.
Unfinished Sympathy (by Massive Attack)
Angel (by Massive Attack)
A Milli (by Lil Wayne)
The National Anthem (by Radiohead)
Act Like You Know (by Fat Larry’s Band)
GoGo Penguin (by Raven)
Time (by Hans Zimmer)
YYZ - Live in Canada /1980 (by Rush)
For stereo: everything in it’s right place - Radiohead