After 6 months of slowly modifying a few things, I ended up w/ Denon AVR-331CI for a 15'x25' room. Had started w/ AVR-2313CI. Very noticeable improvement but I now wonder if 4520 CI would have been worth while another 1k or so?
Anyway, in terms of the bass aspect, I started w/ 2 subcompact 6 pinnacle subs placed in the wall vented,hidden. Was way underbassed for lack of better word. I kept both pinnacles and added two SVS NSD cylinder subs also placed in front of room. Major improvement. I sold one pinnacle and added one Definitive pro sub 1000 to get just a bit more "boominess" type of base. I know, I'm sure everyone will disagree w/ this addition. However, I love the addition to add just a little more mid frequency basses. I'm really happy w/ how clean it sounds now but my question is this? In terms of calibrating the SVS subs, I was told by SVS rep that you don't really need to do much of anything. Simply plug in and use. I did go through the calibration via Audyssey on Denon initially, but other than that, the subs have not been tweaked any further. (I did not calibrate the Definitive sub as I simply wanted to add this in separate). Anyway, my question is: Would I really be served from this point, by purchasing more equipment to calibrate, tweak the bass more from this point or just leave as is?
thanks a lot