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Best sound??? How do I get the best sound out of my receiver? I have a smaller room, only about 15x15, I dont feel like the sound quality is the best I can get.

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Most likely the receiver has an internal equalizer that can be adjusted accordingly, if not an external equalizer will most definatley help you seek out problem frequencies and get the best quality, a completely square room is the worst situation for audio especially that small, i suggest if you can just moving it into another room.

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