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Yeah . . . what Arny said . . .
There is one work-around, but it would require that you use the component-video input to your TV, which would necessitate you viewing 1080i instead of 1080p.
If you switch your TV input to component, then you can take the analog center-channel out of your HTPC, and use a splitter-cable to feed it into the left and right analog inputs on the TV. The center channel will then come out both the left and right speakers of the TV, but it might sound awkward when audio pans from the left channel, through the center, to the right channel. That is why you typically want to have three matched speakers in front.