Hi Please forgive me if this is not the proper forum for this thread, nonetheless, kindly hear me.. I recently bought a Denon AVR-1306 receiver together with Procinema 80 system from DefTech which I plan to use in both stereo music listening and movie-watching, equally. I cannnot wait to get home when I purchased this system..I'm so much exicted to the point that I begun to open the box even in the car and begun reading the manual on our way home from the store. My disappointment started when I set-up the system and started auditioning my favorite CDs just to find out that thsese system is smeared with annoying sybilance. I thought it's was just "break-in" related problem so I gave the speakers a chance. AFter a month of constanct breking in, I did not see any improvement as regards to the "sibilance" problem. I like to hear music with lots of cymbals (just like Metallica, Cranberries recordings) so I usually set my treble to "high"..well maybe 4 notches down from the maximum. The sibilance is really annoying even if I set the receiver to "direct mode" thereby defeating the tones (bass & treble) circuits. Now, before I throw away this system and replace it with a new one, perhaps you can suggest a way to eliminate or at least lessen the "pssst" just to save me from spending $$..Thanks!