I just hooked up my system this weekend and tried it out eagerly, and I have to say that I'm somewhat disappointed in the sound. Here's my equipment: PSB Stratus Silveri (bought used, so they should be at least somewhat broken in) NAD T752 (refurb) Sony NS900V (used) KimberKable 8vs single -> biwire (new) Belden interconnects from Bluejeans Cables (new) Some fat power cable that I got on Audiogon (new) Basically, the bass is not there. I have the speakers set to large and have the bass tone control set to +10 db and it's just barely there. I'm not just talking about the 30 Hz bass, I mean midbass and even the lower mids. Some of them may be there, but even if they are, they certainly lack oopmh of any kind. So my questions are: Would burning the system in help me at all? Usually I hear that burning in fixes too-shrill highs (which fortunately I don't have much of). I'm taking the KimberKables back to my audio shop for free professional burn-in (they wanted me to take the cables home first so that I will "appreciate the difference" of burn-in...whatever that means). Is my amp not giving enough power? I had a quite long thread when I was trying to decide between the 752 and the 762, but nobody mentioned weak bass being a problem with either. The cables are set-up properly for bi-wiring...the tweeters get 2 strands and the woofers get 6, so that shouldn't be holding the speakers back. Is there something I need to configure with my dvd player? Like, maybe it's not sending the LFE/lows/whatever to the main channels? Would I do better to get a sub (SVS or Hsu) or to sell the Silveri's and buy the Goldi's? Both options have about the same net cost to me. I know that for sure I need a sub if I stick with the Silveri's, but...subs shouldn't go up high enough to cover all that I need. I'm pretty sure that I need the sub to go up to 100 Hz if I keep the Silveri's, and that's bad because sound is directional at those higher frequencies (you can tell that it's coming from the sub and not from the "soundstage"). Any help provided would be greatly appreciated.