I am having a bit of an issue and was hoping to lean on you for any possible ideas. I’ve explained my room issues previously (10x10 w/8ft ceilings). Not ideal but it’s the room I deal with. Last night I rearranged my room a bit, and have seemingly lost my center voice imaging, if I’m explaining it correctly. I could previously sit in the center of the couch, close my eyes, and hear the vocals centralized between the speakers. Now I close my eyes and I hear it coming from both speakers. Old setup is pics 2 and 4, new is 1 and 3. Couch is a foot or so off back wall. Old set up had a desk in middle of front wall with standed bookshelves (SVS Ultra) on each side of it. Left speaker is approx. 18 inches from back wall and 2 ft from open door on side wall. Right speaker was also 18 inches from back wall and maybe 6-12 inches from side wall. Two. Small absorption panels behind each speaker, and a larger one between the two speakers. Sub under desk between two front speakers. Right side wall consisted of two 24” bookshelves next to each other followed by a 6 cube album holder. Last night I moved the 6 cube to the front wall, separated the two bookshelves on the right side wall, and put the desk between them. No other changes were made. Any ideas about why I can’t get the center imaging locked in? I checked my connections and everything is correct. I tried toeing in and out. I moved the speakers closer and farther apart. I moved my seating area further and closer to the front and back walls. Nothing worked and now I’m lost. As seen in the pictures, the desk is not near as dense as the 6 cube. Could that be causing an issue. I’m clueless. Any advice would be appreciated.