I bought myself a rather spiffy audio system but am somewhat troubled by the fact that the dialogue is often difficult to hear. I've got a Pioneer AX3, Mordaunt Short 500 THX and have set it all up as per normal. I normally watch films on Sky+ using the digital audio out. So, the problem I have is that I often find the dialogue a little bit hard to follow. It isn't garbled or muddled all the time but I would hardly call it clear. The centre speaker is directly below the TV and on the same plane as the two fronts. I'm not sure if that is simply because the Sky+ box doesn't produce clear audio or if there's something I'm missing with my set up. It's probably slightly clearer when it's digital soundtrack but it still isn't crystal clear. I actually had to give up watching "8 mile" because I literally couldn't hear a word anybody was saying with the heavy accents and my less than clear audio. Now, I'm just wondering if this is something that is just a fact of life (and I need a better source) or if my amp/speakers aren't a good combination or if there could be something wrong with my set up.