It's not a good idea to try that with a flexible screen, I doubt you will get good performance. Doing that on a rigid screen has obviously given you acceptable results, but I think it will be much softer on a flexible screen and the frequency response will be much worse.
If you can't place your center speaker in the regular place, you might consider a perforated screen so that you can place the speaker behind the screen, out of sight.
I have a line of subs (4 15")just underneath my screen, I may try raising the screen and placing a center there between the screen and the subs; I just don't like the voices coming from below the screen.
So I'll continue to experiment. Or I may stay with a phantom center.
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