When I finally got my system together that I'd been saving up for over a year or so (Pioneer DV636 dvd player, Yamaha DSP A5 amp, Kef 2005 KHT speakers and JVC AV32WFT1) and got it set up in my front room I was... well, disapointed. Not with the TV or the DVD player, which give a terrific picture, but with the richness amd fullness of the sound. I've heard the speakers sound fantastic in other setups so it shouldn't be them - which leaves me with the amp or the speaker cable. I haven't exactly broken the bank with the cable - I wasn't sure where my system would be in the room until recently. Is this more likely to be the problem? Or should I have saved for longer and got a better amp? The Pioneer VSX908 seems to be coming into my price range at the moment, and the yamaha dspax620 also seems to be very well thought of (but is it just a DSP A5 in a new box)? I've heard mutterings about needing variable crossover freequency to get the best from the Kefs but this is a bit over my head - what's that all about? Short of finding someone who will bring all of the stuff into my living room I'm a bit stuck. I know I've rambled on but I'm both frustrated and confused. Help!