It should come as no surprise we all want an easy improvement to the way our sound systems playback music. Our ever-constant goal: to get as close to the sound of live, unamplified music as we can, within the limitations of our systems. That's not always an easy task.
One quick tweak is adjusting seat height. Yeah, I know, it's too simple to matter. But it can be critical and I've rarely heard people getting it right; including me.
Music Room One's seating is wrong. The seats are too low. Placing a few pillows under one's arse has a dramatic and positive affect on the music. I've just been too busy to build a small platform to raise the chairs or search out newer, higher models.
None the less, you may find this info useful. Try it. Use pillows, move up and down and see.
You may be pleasantly surprised.