Hi, you didn’t mention which model you have. I looked at their website, I am not familiar with Amphion speakers but there are a number of different setup guides online. Or you could try contacting the company.
The models I did see online don’t look like they would have a lot of bass. There are some things that you should consider. If you are getting boomy, one note bass when you have them where the mid-range, highs, and imaging is best, the room would benefit from some acoustic treatments. If you have the freedom to do as you please with the room, not a shared space, or a partner that would object, buy or diy some bass traps.
To diy, if in the USA, go to a Home Depot, Lowe’s, or Menards and get some large bags of insulation. Look for something that is about 4ft x 18inches in diameter. To see if it helps, leave it in the bag, well you will leave it in the bag either way. Place one in each corner behind the speakers, and if it helps but is still somewhat boomy, get two more for the other corners of the room. If one corner is near the door go with just the three. If that solves it, go to a fabric store, and buy some burlap or any other pleasing fabric and cover the bags. You might also need some acoustic panels directly behind the speakers. They can be built with 2"x4"s and some 4" thick insulation that has a backing. Over at the Audio Asylum do a search for Jon Risch room treatments for more details.
Another thing you could try, is get something like foam rubber, or to try, just some old towels or t-shirts and plug the ports. I have speakers that have three 12" woofers in each cabinet, and did both. I plugged the ports and made up bass traps and wall panels. I get good tuneful bass usable down to 25hz.
The trouble with most speakers is that the best place for imaging and mid-range on up, is not the best for bass. With speakers like I saw on Amphion’s website, a pair of subwoofers would be the best option, but costly. And you would still need to treat the room.
Let me know if the above makes sense, or if you need more details.