I would like to get some views on what seems to be a problem for many HT setups. The center is supposed to be for mainly dialogue but that's not the only sounds that comes out of it when playing DD. I think there is too much ambiant sound mixed in. That's why everyone complains about not hearing the actual dialogue very well. It's drowned out. ( levels are set correctly ) My second setup downstairs has a cheap JVC receiver and the sound from the center is terrible. I play movies for kids etc. with the center off. Sounds much better. I've yet to see a system I liked no matter which center is used. A good example is Planet of the Apes. On my main system I could hardly hear them speak. The levels are all set correctly and the Speakers are matched. If I turn it up then the action etc. is too loud. I don't want to reduce the dynamic range because that takes away from the thrill of DD HT sound. I keep reading that the Center channel is for dialogue. If that's true then why is it encoded so low? This is with most all movies I've seen. My previous Panasonic A120 at least had a dialogue enhancer that helped a bit. This must be a problem if it's a feature on the Player.