Hello again. I was trying to improve the sound I was getting while I was streaming, and I achieved it with a different setup. I had my Roku streaming Deezer to my Onkyo TX-RZ820, 2 Focal Chorus 726's as the main towers. When I listened to music, it was in the AV receiver's "2 channel stereo mode". The sound was, how should I say, "meh". I previously had 2 Wharfedale Diamond 225 bookshelves, and the Focal towers were no improvement. (Even though they were 3 times the price of the Wharfedale's.) I wrote you guys asking about the streamer, you responded, and I realized the streamer was not the issue. I kept the same Deezer subscription without paying extra for Deezer Hi-Fi. I tried something with my setup, and it worked, sort of. I had a Yamaha A-S801 lying around doing nothing, so I decided to connect it the Onkyo as a power amp for the 2 front channels. I connected two $10.00 RCA cables from the Onkyo's front channel pre-outs into the Yamaha's LINE IN input. I turned on both the Onkyo and the Yamaha at the same time and fiddled with both volume knobs for a while. I now have the Yamaha working as the power amp for the Onkyo AV receiver. There has been a noticeable improvement. Not a huge difference, but a noticeable one none the less. I do not understand. The Onkyo's 2 channel power rating is higher than that of the Yamaha, (on paper). But we all know how the AV receiver industry's advertised power ratings are fool of hooey. The current setup sounds a bit better. A bit more separation, more vocal clarity, more detail, slightly bigger soundstage. Bass is a touch clearer. The Focals are still a bit harsh in the high end though. Anyways, that was my update. I wonder what you guys think of it.