I'm wondering if it would be on OK idea to put tower speakers directly on either side of the TV and have them both playing the center channel, instead of the standard center channel above or below the TV. I have some nice tower speakers for the left and right channels (Boston Acoustics VR3's) and just picked up some slightly smaller towers from the same line (VR2's). My current center channel is not voice-matched to the VR3s, and I was thinking of using the VR2s together for the center channel audio. [Side note for anyone not familiar with these speakers: the VR2 and VR3 are basically identical except for a larger enclosure and dual 7" woofers vs. dual 6.5"] I'm thinking something like this: Advantages of this setup: - Left-Center-Right tweeters will all be basically the same height - LCR tweeters are all identical and so will be voice matched - VR2s have better sound than most center channels, particularly in the low end. I *don't* have a subwoofer, so I rely on the main speakers to cover the lower end. Disadvantages: - Possible interference between the two center towers. (Is this a thing? Does it matter??) - Center audio will be offset slightly from the TV center (although on the other hand, it won't be above or below, as with a normal center). - ?? Any thoughts?