I replaced my big old Mitsubishi rear projection set a while back. I used to have all my equipment sitting on top and there was room for my center channel speaker to sit in between. When my new Sharp 70" UQ set arrived, I had to buy a cabinet to put it on. All the other stuff fits in the cabinet, but there is no space for the center channel speaker. The Sharp has short legs so there's only a couple of inches from the top of the cabinet to the bottom edge of the tv. I have an older matched set of ADS speakers which still look good and work well set up in a 5.1 configuration powered by my Integra DTS 80.3 receiver. I noticed that dialog is fair at best with the center channel out of the equation. Does anyone have any suggestions as to where to position a center channel? I suppose I could get some type of sound bar looking center channel and somehow raise the TV's feet off the cabinet to accommodate whatever center channel I can find that would reasonably match the other speakers. WAF will be an issue I promise you, but I'm thinking there's got to be a better way than what I have right now. Appreciate any suggestions.