Originally Posted by XStanleyX
I'm not a fan of in-wall speakerrs but if you gotta you gotta.
Me neither, towers rule, monster towers rule. Actually, I suppose you could find some decent in-walls and not to sound condescending, if it's a mediocre set up, in-walls are nice and neat however, when you start using larger speakers with multiple drivers, placement becomes pretty important. Being able to tweak a tower positionally is one thing, in-walls are limited unless there's no need for tweakage.
Originally Posted by Superman2
Could it be I blew my center speaker??
I have a csi a6 center that lately I find the dialogue during movies to be scratchy (not sure how to explain). Everything is still clear and crisp, but when playing movies loud over -20 it seems like the voices are too harsh that I can hear light hissing or scratchy sounds at the end of dialogue. I turned off all my receivers auto enhan settings (pioneer vsx9040/canadian version of the 21); still does it.
I have the CSiA6, just yesterday, on one of my daughters movies during a section of music, the left driver was reverberating pretty bad, sounded like a radio station not tuned in properly, I mean it sounded like crap. I removed the driver, re-installed it and presto, problem gone.
Not to say this will fix your problem, but if the driver is loose, it could cause audible issues.