I have a new pair of Tannoy MX2-Ms for the fronts (no centre yet). I'm a bit dissapointed tho' because I was playing about and my old Tannoy M1s produce a slightly clearer dialogue if I put them as the fronts instead. I THINK the problem with the dialogue maybe a lack of high frequency response. The dailogue seems a bit base'y and so bleeds into the surrounding effects, it lacks the edge that gives it clarity, I'm thinking you get that from the higher frequencies. Do they just need to be run in or is there a problem, they got 5 star in What hifi? so I can't imagine that they are bad. Does this sound like something that will improve after they are run in for a bit?