Ive seen a couple of messages posted in previous threads that the timbre of a Denon 3803 should improve after a burning in period. Can anyone (e.g. Kramer) confirm that this did indeed happen? I ask because my new 3803 is definitely lacking in the bass department. Ive got it at the factory defaults with bass turned right up and its got nothing of the warmth that my fronts have when being driven by the external speaker output of my old TV. Note I havent done any setting up yet because as far as I can see this has to be done via the OSD, and this needs a component connection into the TV and until I get my new 42pw23 next week I havent got component input. Oh, one other thing: I bought it from Unbeatable ordered Tuesday afternoon, delivered Wed lunchtime. Excellent, couldnt ask for better service. The only nagging thing is that Im sure the box had been previously opened the polystyrene bits were broken (and taped back together), and the white plastic wrap stuff was ripped and looked like it had been undone and then hastily put back on and secured with masking tape, and plastic bag holding the manual and remote was also masking taped. Now, the amp itself is unmarked and appears to be working fine. Its just the thought that Ive spent 680 quid on something that has for one reason or another possibly been returned. In my position would you be worried / complain?