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bookshelf speakers do not produce enough bass. They need to go below 40hz to get good bass from bookshelf. if your amp has perouts you could adding a subwoofer
I have Wharfedale 10.1 and am satisfied quite with the bass.I have Boston A 26 Speakers Coupled with Yahama RS 202, I am not satisfied with its Bass It is very low, what can be the cause, Experts please help.
Also check the speaker cables...get some good quality ones if you don't already have.
Not really, I would think . Small speakers do benefit from proximity to the wall. In fact the Boston A26 and some others have wall mounting slots at the back despite being rear ported. You might lose a bit on some other aspects like sound stage. No harm in trying. It boils down to what YOU prefer. Though avoid corners, I would say.
I think my speakers are new it might be the cause.