I have AE EVO 3s for fronts, EVO 1s for rears, with an EVO centre positioned so that the top of the cabinet is at the same level as the bottom of the screen itself (excluding frame). Viewing my 92" diagonal WS fixed-frame screen from just over 1.5 distance I find myself distracted at times with dialogue because the sound so obviously comes from below the speaker's mouth. This effect has got worse since I upgraded the speakers from a set of Eltax Evolutions. I'm wondering what the acoustic effects would be of putting a second centre, connected in series, above the screen. Clearly dialogue will be centralised vertically, what I'm not sure about is the effects on transient sounds which move across the audio image. Obviously there'll be a tendency for it to 'rise' in position as it goes from left to centre then 'fall' as it goes to the right .. question is will this be noticeable. Buying a second centre to try is a bit excessive, I could try using one of my old Eltax rears, but of course the timbre would be entirely different and I don't know how much this would affect the effect. Anyone any thoughts on this? Ta.