Here's a couple of photos of my DIY center channel speaker project, which I've dubbed: The SunCC. This CC speaker uses the same tweeter (Morel MDT30) and midwoofers (Peerless HDS 850439's) as my other DIY speaker projects, a pair of 2.5-ways (SunOnes) for the front speakers, and a pair of 2-ways (SunTwos) for the rear speakers. I've incorporated the Morel MDM-55 midrange in an effort to help its dispersion pattern for a speaker that lies horizontally. No crossover is done yet (you really need to measure the drivers installed in the front baffles to get something to work with in crossover design). My intention is to shoot for crossover points of 500Hz and 4000Hz, but that's subject to change, but stay tuned for updates. Photo 1 Photo 2 The tweeter and midrange drivers are recessed, but not the midwoofers (supposedly it helps in getting their acoustic centers closer in line, plus recessing tweeters help in combatting diffraction effects. When I get some more free time, I'll post all of the construction photos in a webpage (but it's pretty much the same as my other enclosure designs, with a few differences to regain some more volume I lost by going with a shorter and narrower front baffle. I do change some things around given the constraints of the project, like locating the port (not shown yet) on the backside of the enclosure. The dimensions of the enclosure are 24"x9"x14.75" (WxHxD).