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The room these speakers are in is in a older house, plaster walls, average carpet, about 15'x12'. Im running the speakers off a Denon AVR-E300 with audyssey and i noticed ever since i got these speakers regardless of placement and running audyessey multiple times that these speakers just sound kind of "thin" i guess would be the best way to describe these. No depth to male voices, pianos, guitar strings etc. I had the pioneers crossed over at 80hz and they sounded very thin in the areas mentioned, overall sound was nice but was just lacking in areas with noticable gaps in the frequency range, so i am currently running them Full pass with LFE+Main setting on, which made them sound alot more to my liking but just still lacking. The speakers are also about 8" away from the back wall, not sure if this is enough space or no? As far as movies go I seem to get the sound im looking for when the center channel is on, good depth to dialouge(not thin sounding like the towers) and such which doesn't makes sense for the dual 4" woofers to be producing better midrange unless its because of a different crossover. But either way for stereo music that doesnt help me very much.I also am running a SVS PB-1000 for the low end. Do i need to try a different type of placement or just a new set of towers?