Wow - double wowee! I have always admired Bob Carver. I wanted his Phase Linear (big amp, the 400 and the Auto Correlator) when I was young, but it was too pricey for me at the time. Later,I bought what was the first A/V processor (all analog), the Carver CT-17 and added his TFM-35, TFM-22, and TMF-15 stereo amps to have my first HT setup back in the mid 90's. I added a DLP-20 to have 6.1 Dolby when it first came out. Also, I had his Sunfire True Subwoofer, the 2700 watt unit. Looking forward to this! Congratulations to Big Dan and congratulations to Bob Carver. Lonnie can learn some tricks from this man.
Whoa, what an aquisition, and it will be great for Bob as Emotiva can provide incredible logistics. Wow. Congratulations guys!
Oppo BD93, UMC-200, Denon AVR 3805 used as amp for center and surround channels, UPA-200 for front channels, Modified Squeezebox Touch, XDA-2, XRM 6.2 front, XRC 6.2 center, XRM 4.1 x4 surrounds, Insignia NS L55X10, Outlaw LFM-1 EX sub
NAD 3155, Upgraded Rega P3, Grado Sonata Cartridge, Bellari VP 129 Phono Preamp, Denon DVD 3910 universal player, XRM 6.1 speakers
Work: HP Pavilion Entertainment PC running jRiver Media Player, NuForce Icon uDac 3, Airmotive 4
Legendary BOB Carver. Can't image what will go through the minds of companies such as Mcintosh once word gets out. This is good News. Will High End Audiophiles' now still consider EmoCarve amplifiers low end??
XPR-1 x 3
Martin Logan Vantage
Martin Logan Stage
Pioneer Kuro 151