Sunday afternoon I moved my old Pioneer vsx-1020k reciever to my bedroom along with three of my Infinity Primus speakers, the mains and center channel. Everything going, I began to stream a few movies through using Plex using my Nexus Player. I didn't pay that much attention to the audio, until I went back downstairs to watch a football game, and I was surprised by the improvement in sound. I know I don't have any surrounds set up in the bedroom, and my living room system is set up with an Atmos configuration, but even with two-channel audio, the sound was much clearer. Both rooms are made up of the same materials regarding walls and carpet, and the living room consists of a Love Seat about 6 feet away from the speakers while the bed in the bedroom is close to 7 to 8 feet. Both receivers were set to Pure Direct and with the Klipsch Speakers downstairs, I still had a much improved bass response compared to the Infinity speakers. My question is, how does one determine whether or not they need to improve acoustics, as opposed to using improved products for audio? In both listening areas, the walls are very reflective and is the main reason why my subwoofer is no where near a corner after performing a Subwoofer Crawl and a few tests using REW last spring (using Pioneer receiver). The Klipsch are an improvement over the Infinity Primus speakers, but I wouldn't go as far as to say they are Martin Logan vs Sony improved, which is a comparison I do recall hearing years ago.