Some of the better ones have simple EQ's as well or even a parametric EQ or whatever it's called. then there's the ones that have the auto EQ with a microphone, and they'll let you tweak things afterwords if something doesn't sound the way you want.
My old Onkyo 898 has simple bass and treble as well as the usual setting for all the surround stuff, but no knobs.
My first Sony strd 2070 had a parametric EQ and a display that showed the whole sound spectrum like a scope that was great to look at and actually quite useful as well.
Like said all setups should have at east simple bass and treble hidden somewhere in the setup routine.
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