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Am I using the right speaker cables? Just not hearing enough bass

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I am seeking some advice.

My system just does not sound like it has enough bass.

I am using:

Speakers Kef 207/2 

Pre amp: Gat Conrad Johnson

Amplifier: Conrad Johnson 350SA

Phono: Conrad Johnson TEA2 MAXHG

Turntable: Kuzma with EMT JSD P6 cartridge, turntable arm Kuzma point 4, 9'

Interconnects: Harmonic Technology Magic Link III

Power cables: Nordost red dawn on phono amp
                        Analysis Plus Pro power oval on Gat CJ
                        Analysis plus pro power oval on turntable power ac source (kumza)
                        CJ amp original cable 20 amp

Speaker cables: Nordost Frey 2 - 4 meters.


How do I get my system to sound a bit more bassier

Thanks

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 This is what the kefs look like. image.jpeg.8a79ae8ae3873880a4ff89e8ce901a34.jpeg So should have enough speak to create heeps of bass.  I don't think a sub would be the answer.

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Sorry for the dumb question, but what resistive loading to you have your phono stage set to?

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14 minutes ago, Jake123 said:

How do I get my system to sound a bit more bassier

Chose one or more of these:

 

Move the speaker

Move the listener

Apply EQ to the signal

Add a subwoofer

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Just now, Sir Sanders Zingmore said:

Check that you haven’t wired the speakers out of phase (I’ve done that :) ) 

Oh yeah!   ^^^^

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