As I mentioned, in a previous post, contractor is installing a basement home theater for a relative and wants to use Russound Advantage HiFi in-wall and in-ceiling speakers. Not many people use them but I they are supposed to be pretty good and I've decided to go along with that choice. But now, here's the rub: Although the Russound website advertises these speakers for surround sound home-theater use, they don't offer a dedicated center speaker and they don't include a specific recommendation for what what to do about that. The contractor says he just wants to take another satellite and use that as the center because it's all the same thing. However, every center speaker I know of has two woofers rather than one. Do you think using just one satellite as the center speaker will work? Could I use two of them as the center channel (like people who have plasmas and use the native L/R speakers as the center?) Here are the specs for the speaker (although there is also an 8" version): Specifications Type: 2-way rectangular in-wall speaker Woofer: 6.5” (16.5 cm) woven glass- fiber cone with rubber surround Tweeter: 20 mm silk dome with neodymium magnet Frequency response: 50 Hz–20 kHz ±3 dB Impedance: 8 ohms Efficiency: 89 dB (1 watt @ 1 m, 1 kHz) Recommended power: Up to 100 watts Special features: Pivoting tweeter 3 dB high-frequency boost switch Knockout in baffle for IR receiver Grille: Perforated aluminum Frame dimensions: 8.25” W x 12.25” H (21.0 x 31.1 cm) Cutout dimensions: 6.75” W x 10.75” H (17.1 x 27.3 cm) Minimum mounting depth: 3.625” (9.2 cm) Rough-in bracket: SB-6IM (not included) Thanks!