So, ive noticed that when im watching my dvds on my home theater system, the dialog from the center channel seems lower than my 2 front speakers. When i turn my receiver up, past 8 on the volume, it seems to get better, but anything under that is hard to hear. BUT, when its over 8, the rest of the sound is REALLY loud as well. It doesnt bother me, i actually enjoy my movies loud, but my wife hates it. This in turn gets me yelled at for making it TOO loud. On the other hand, turning it down makes the talking in movies damn near impossible to hear. So here is my question... Would a bigger center channel speaker help this sound problem out?? Without getting into specific models, here is my setup... I have a Sony receiver with 100W per channel. My 2 front speakers are about 1.25' tall JVCs from an older bookshelf system (they thump so i love them). The rest of my speakers is from a low end KLH small speaker package (small tweater over a little bit bigger mid range speaker) i picked up about 8 years ago for like $100. I very fine with the quality of sound coming from these but I have a feeling my 2 front speakers are over powering my center channel, but im no expert on this. My receiver's channel settings are set up to loudest for the center, and loudest for the rear surround as well. The front speakers are set to "large" as well. Ive tried multiple settings for each but none seem to make THAT much difference. Any ideas? thanks for the help in advance!