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Originally Posted by Emil1984
Thanks. I am currently very pleased with the new B&W 684 S2 speakers, however I noticed that the bass sounds a bit 'soft'. Could that be improved 'noticeably' by such a new receiver?
Nope - unless something isn't set right in your current AVR. The Denons will give you some settings which may "help" bass at low volumes like Dynamic EQ. You could also run the Audyssey calibration and manually boost the bass with the trims - which many people do.
Your best solution is likely to be purchasing a competent subwoofer for your room to augment your B&W speakers.
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