@TLS Guy Looks like a well behaved system! I appreciate the feedback and compliments, and yes we seem to have some similar ideas. :)\n\nA center (or LCR) version of the SBS.1 with a single coax and dual midbass drivers has been on the drawing board. But everything is difficult in the early stages, including conveying a clear identity and clear values as a company or brand. So far our products and our approach have been aimed at music \/ 2 channel stereo, and we have made no attempts to explicitly cater to home cinema needs and\/or that customer segment. This is also evident in the choices made in our subwoofer designs.\n\nAn active, high capacity speaker designed to play with a subwoofer is obviously well suited for a home cinema system, but this is (perhaps interestingly) more by accident than due to explicitly designing for that purpose.\n\nSo if we were to suddenly release a center channel speaker, that would be a deviation from our current focus and possibly make it more unclear what we are about. It would also be something completely different than for instance the Manta. This is not to say we will never make a center speaker, but I'm not sure this is the right time.\n\nYou should do, if you can, a “horizontal” measurement of the SBS.1 just as proof of concept for putting one on its side. IIRC, the fusion amp can be in that position.\nThe BMR monitor that I used to use horizontally behaved pretty well on its side, as long as you rotate the Raal for that orientation. There were absolutely some changes to diffraction performance but not in an audible manner.