I just recently demoed the Triton Sevens and was more than impressed with them. However, the one thing I found disappointing was the deeper base; it just wasn't as present as I was hoping. This could have been due to several reasons: the size of the room (a medium sized demo room); the source material (mostly, normal CDs); or something with the speakers or their connection. When I put my ear to the passive radiators, I heard nothing. Was this correct? I understand that the Sevens lack the powered subwoofer of the other Triton models, but I was still expecting a bit more of the deep base (among the music I demoed were pipe organ, 70s electronic & prog/art rock, and symphonic). For example, playing Heart's Magic Man off the Dreamboat Annie CD, there's a synthesized note that drops down until it becomes an almost menacing floor of deep bass. With the 7s, I heard the bass, but it wasn't that floor I was hoping for (and used to get from my old Cambridge Soundworks system, with its nonpowered subwoofer, back in the early 90s). Was I hearing a limitation of the speaker or was something wrong? Otherwise, the sound was spectacular, holographic, precise, and revealing.