Your room is eeevevil and you should move right away. Anything dead gives me the willys. Maybe it is, in fact, possessed and you should get an exorcist. Seriously, I doubt the carpet is soaking up the bass. Since you mention electrostats, room placement is a big part of the problem and you should experiment. Insofar as the egg crate ceiling, I am not certain what you are referring to, but anything that has multiple faces on the ceiling would, I think, be a good thing. You did not mention furniture in the room, if you have a lot of it, especially stuffed chairs and sofas, you should try getting most of that out of the room and having comfortable seating with minimum upholstery. I don't know, but you may be overstating how dead the room actually is. Do you get any kind of reflection when you clap your hands while standing in the middle of the room or does that also produce a dead sound. Most rooms require more fine tuning than an no holds barred full frontal demolition and rebuilding strategy. Since it appears you are not in the USA, the type of construction of the building you are in can have an impact, but again, I can't think of what type of construction would produce such a dead sound. Overall, your room is not very large, and especially not very high ceilinged. Dynamic box speakers may prove a better match for your room and even then, deep bass would probably be impossible to achieve in such a small space. Short of that, go for the exorcist.