You can also tweak your crossover settings after you run Audyssey.
Audyssey set my crossovers at 40 hz for all of my speakers, but I increased it to 80 hz afterward and the bass is much better. More full sounding.
You can run Audyssey again if you want, but it will just re-set your crossovers again, and then you'll have to change them again. Also, if Audyssey is setting your crossovers that low, then it may be categorizing some or all of your speakers as, "large". If this is the case, you'll need to change them to "small" in order for the bass management to work properly.
Gear: Speakers (Paradigm Reference Studio Series): 40 v4 (front L/R), CC-690 v4 (centre), 20 v4 (surround L/R). PSA XS30 (subwoofer).
Denon AVR-X4000, Emotiva XPA-5, Samsung PN64F8500 (64" plasma), DarbeeVision Darblet DVP5000, PS4, PS3, Sony BDP-S6200,
Apple TV (3rd gen.), Harmony One, Sennheiser RS180