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denon avr s910w with svs prime satelites and svs pb2000

I recently picked up the denon avr s910w receiver with svs prime satelites for fronts and surrounds and an svs pb2000 sub woofer. My plans are to get the towers and dedicated center and then move the front svs satelites to atmos surrounds. Ok now here is the problem, i ran audyssey and im not too happy with the sound. The highs sound a liitle too relaxed, in a way all the speakers are kind of too layed back sounding to me. I also noticed my sub sounds like i can tell exactly were its at. Can anyone give some quick tips on my receiver settings and sub settings? Im not a noob, my last set up a vizio sound bar sounded pretty good, and before that i had a full blown denon receiver with 4 tower infinity interludes with an intermezzo sub which was fantastic! Right now im like meh....
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You would be better served posting Audyssey related questions in the Audyssey thread ....

https://www.avsforum.com/forum/90-rec...t-51779-a.html


..... and AVR specific questions in the Owner's thread ....

https://www.avsforum.com/forum/90-rec...l#post34728793
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