After the USP-1, the XSP-1 can be next. After all many of us have more than one room where we can enjoy our music! ;D
The combination of build quality, performance and price makes Emotiva a best choice for me.
Last Edit: Aug 17, 2010 21:20:09 GMT -5 by RightinLA
BPA-1, 2 x ERC-2, LPA-1, MPS-1, MPS-2, RPA-1, 2 x UMC-1, 4 x UPA-1, UPA-2, UPA-5, 2 x USP-1, 2 x mini-X a-100, XDA-1, XDA-2, 2 x XPA-1, XPA-2, XPA-3, 2 x XPA-5, XRM-6.1, XRC-5.2, 2 x XRM-4.1, XSP-1, Stealth 6, 8, AirMotiv 4, 5, 6 and a XMC-1 eventually.
The biggest difference between the USP and the XSP is in features and the XLR connectors on the XSP... not in sound quality.
Good point. I wish that Emotiva would come-out and say what the feature set of the XSP will be. I have heard (on this board) all sorts of things. Some of which says that the sound quality will be much better.
navman...good call on the USP-1. It is a very fine preamp. I rediscovered a lot of music after I got it.
XMC-1 DIRAC Full; Oppo 105/Roku Ultra to Panny AE4000 w/106" screen; UltraRendu to LH Labs Geek Pulse X-Infinity; nCore nc400's or Prima Luna Premium Prologue to Maggie 1.7's; Rythmik F25; XPA-5 to CC-470v3 Center/ERD-1's; Thorens TD166 MkII/Denon DL207/XPS-1; 5-zone Sonos w/Def Tech AW5500's @ deck/pool/master bath & Sony SS-MB105/Polk R10 @ great room & kitchen. Two headphone setups: Hifiberry/BasX A100 and Allo BOSS/Schiit Asgard 2 (each to Senn 600's). PC w/Airmotiv 3b's. Roon user.