Hey all - Back in July, I picked up a Klipsch RC7 center channel for my HT. I have it hooked up to a Panasonic XR-70 Receiver + S97 DVD player. I am not quite sure if perhaps I am going insane, but I *think* I sometimes hear static during loud sequences (even at low volumes) on movies. (latest example) I was thinking about buying the new editions of the Star Trek TNG movies (with the recent release of Nemesis), and that made me throw in the original DVD release of Nemesis. There are a few scenarios where I think I hear static, but the one I kept listening to (and sticking my hear right up to the speaker on) was when Picard orders the self destruct and the computer tells him it is offline. It seems like there is static on her voice - like there is gain from somewhere, but there really isn't. What sort of things could contribute to this? Maybe I am imagining it? (trying to hard) I don't believe there is any gain on the receiver (or DVD player for that matter). Audio is hooked up via coaxial - so there shouldn't be any analog weirdness. I replaced the speaker wire, so it is new. (It is a double terminal center, but I am only using one pair of terminals since I can't bi-amp the center from this receiver) Is there anyway I could have screwed up during the speaker hookup? What about break-in time on the speaker? As soon as I got it, I fired up the Matrix lobby scene and cranked it up quite a bit. Any chance I could have blown it. I think this message is me slipping into denial. I have that 5 year warranty, of course - but I am not so sure I have a problem.... Thoughts? - C.K.