To be honest, I absolutely love it. While some would complain about the harshness that comes from the Klipsch RF 82 horns, I think it sounds fantastic. The accurate highs are glorious. My only complaint has nothing to do with the amplifier: I can hear the tightness of the bass, but I don't feel it. My media room has no treatments, and it's far too small for this combo's capabilities. For the most part, I have my 2 rw12d's muted, because the bass from the towers is so perfect. I find myself lost in the instruments on some of Opeth's calmer pieces. I'm anxious for summer again, so that I may share the XPA2's musicality to my neighbors with my windows open! I had a friend of mine put his hand under the amp and "attempt" to lift it. The look on his face was priceless, and he asked "so, this literally has one button and it weighs this much?!" The answer is yes, and with emotiva the answer will always be yes.
Onkyo TX NR809
Emotiva XPA-100 x 2
Klipsch RF-7 x2
Uturnaudio Orbit Turntable
2-channel:XSP-1,Gary Dodd 300w tube monos,Gary Dodd Tube Pre-amp, LS-6 speakers 4 rythmik subs in a swarm stacked on great gramma, Magnum Dynalab md-100t tube tuner,Sony x-1hd tuner, Sirrus 2000 tuner, Erc-2,Garrrard dd455 turntable. HT:XMC-1,XPA-2,XPA-5,LS-6 fronts,LSC center, x-omni surrounds,Samsung 650,Salamander syergy 339, Under the bed:Ninja'd 6.2's,3-erm-1's,2-Erd's, Outlaw 970, Oppo-981. In the closet: 4 MFW-15 and some X-statics.