I am in the beginning phases of designing my theater in my basement. One of the challenges that I have, due to limited headroom and other obstacles, is a window right behind my screen (this will be a Front Projection theater). One idea that I have, is to build a fake wall about 20" or so thick, to hide the window and to house my front channels and center, and also mounting the screen. The interior of the 'Fake' wall will be filled with sound insulation. My question to you experts is this, by putting my front and center channel in this wall, will I be cheating myself of any acoustical treatments that the speaker enclosures inherently have? The speakers in question are Paradigm Monitor 9's and a Energy EC-100 Center, which will be changed hopefully sooner then later to a Paradigm center. Any advice you can give would be most appreciated. Thanks.