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I have asked a few questions here and everyone has been helpful, now my last issue ( and I apologize if wrong area )

The TV is a Samsung 60inch 7100 LED
The AVR is Marantz sr 7007
The Speakers for fronts are Polk RTi A3
The center is Polk CSi A6
The rears are Polk FXi A6
Sub is Polk PSW125

I went with this set up as I was able to secure everything TV included for just under 2400 ( discount helps ) but now I realize that my speakers arrived and my AVR the current stand for the TV will not house my center channel as the area for the center channel barley housed my Def. Tech 1000 . I am curious if anyone knows reasonable furniture option without hanging tv ( as if I hung the tv I would not have to change furniture but would prefer not to. I am still waiting for my audioquest speaker cables to be picked up so no rush. The polk center is a much larger center measuring at

Height (inches) 7-13/16
Width (inches) 24-1/16
Depth (inches) 14-1/4

again sorry wrong place thanks for the help.
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