odd, should be better then. is there any way you can move the center out or above the TV to test the sound and see if it changes? Also, any chance of hooking one of the other speakers to act as the center to see how it will sound in its place? I know this is only a temporary thing but maybe the center channel was damaged during the move.
I'll give swapping the speakers a shot just to see, but I don't recall anything unusual during sine wave sweeps going to each channel.
I could move the speaker out of the cabinet, but it will really mess with the flow of the design and make my wife upset. The whole point to the Standout Designs cabinet setup is the nice way the center channel fits into that shelf (she shelf is ported to the rear, btw).
My wife will be out of town for a several days coming up, so I'll have a bit more freedom than usual to play with settings soon.