Surround Sound Questions

I’ve had a home theater for a number of years but I’m not an ultra-enthusiast. I do however like my movies to rock the house (when appropriate). I’m a complete noob on settings but I’ve tried the best I can. While watching Zack Snyder’s: JL for some reason there seemed to be little to no bass. I’m not sure if it’s the mix or what. I have an Onkyo TX-NR676. I generally keep the audio setti on Movie/TV DD+. A few months ago I purchased some Klipsch RP-8000F and a 504C. I adjusted the settings then but I seemed to have lost that "punch" I used to have with my crappy HTiB speakers. I’m sure this is mostly just a settings thing but wanted to see what I’m doing wrong here.

My setup (10ft distance) 80Hz L, R, C 100 Hz Surround LFE 120Hz

It sounds to me like you need a new system.

Get yourself a subwoofer for that thump or rumble bass feature. Also, look into Pioneer Dolby Atmos speakers. 
The Home Theater standard is 80 Hz for all the speakers.
Two subwoofers , or more, will surely help.
By “adjusting your settings” after placing the new speakers, this included a new calibration, correct? I ask only because this step has been missed from my own experiences - too excited about the new speakers.
i don't have a 'ht' setup. i just have a 2 chanell setup with 4 bose 901 series 2 speakers. but i do have a mcintosh 600 watt per chanell amp that makes my room shake when i turn up the volume!!
So this receiver has an AccuEQ which will automatically set up your speakers.  You should not even have to set the speaker distances yourself.  Have you run it?? 

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