Originally Posted by totalkonfuzion
You could try using one of the other speakers as the center and giving that shot.
You could also do a microprocessor reset, but you will loose your audyssey calibration settings
Thanks jdsmoothie and totalkonfuzion,
So I used one of the front speakers as the center speaker and couldn't hear any difference. Then I took the speaker to BB to compare it to one they had in store and couldn't hear a difference either. So it seems the speaker is fine. The wierd thing is, when I took it back home it sounded fabulous - and only the night before even my wife noted that there was 'something wrong' with the center speaker.
So now im beginning to think that the problem is not with the speaker but with the connections and/or the receiver. I haven't tried resetting the processor yet to avoid having to calibrate again - but I think I should just go ahead and do it.
Another thing, when playing the LOTR EE blu-ray, sometimes when I select 'Play Movie' from the main menu, I get loud pink noise from ALL the speakers. If I stop the movie and replay it doesnt happen again. Has anyone experienced this?