I suggest you treat your room prior to changing any equipment. Start with the corners, then the first reflection points. There are many websites devoted to placing the treatments in the proper places.Gik acoustics.com is just one of many, but it is a good starting place. Your system can never achieve its potential without proper room treatment and the cost is relatively inexpensive compared to the cost of the equipment. And once you experience your room properly treated you will wonder how you could have ever listened to your system prior to the treatment. I am always amazed when I see pictures of Audiogon adds contaning very expensive equipment without any room treatment, these people have no idea of the level of performance there system is capable of.
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