Hi all, I had a B&W CC6 with my home cinema setup which consists of B&W 603S2 (front pair), CC6 centre, REL Q100 Subwoofer, 4 x Mission 70DS surrounds. Having upgraded to a Rotel RMB-1075 power amp I noticed a problem in my system. Basically the CC6 wasn't up to the job (the weakest link). I visited Audio T in High Wycombe for advice who demoed my speaker against the LCR60 centre which I was largely impressed with, but then they suggested I try using a bookshelf pair of speakers instead of just one dedicated centre speaker. I haven't really thought of this before. I was told the RMB-1075 was more than capable of producing enough power for two speakers from its centre channel output. In the demo room, the results with the smaller B&W 600 pair where not as pleasing as the LCR60, the treble was too harsh and distorted (although the speakers demoed hadn't been used before so it may have gotten better once they had worn in). I then asked that they demo a pair of the larger 601 bookshelves. The result with those was much better (likened to the LCR60) but with two speakers the sound seemed more balanced and better spread across the front soundstage from speaker to speaker. I have the 601s running at home now located on a TV cabinet either side of a 28" TV and I must admit the sound is much clearer and dynamic than in the days of the CC6. With the positioning of the 601s watching TV can be a little strange if sitting off to one side as one 601 speaker appears louder than the other. However with movie viewing on my Sanyo PLVZ2 projector and 7ft screen this problem doesn't exist. Does anyone else have any opinion on using two normal bookshelf speakers as a centre. I took the advice of the hifi store, but I would like to know what others think of this kind of setup. I have the 601 tweeters at the same height as the tweeter units on the 603s and at the same distance from the listener. Is this the best position?