jjmatrix and I have been working (he's done most of the hard work!) to create a new site for those who want to have a "reference" for old Emotiva gear as well as a way to compare specifications for old and new gear. Some of the oldest retired gear has become really difficult to get details on, even with the Wayback machine.
Currently we really only have amps on the site, but we have plans to add the additional components down the road. It's still a work in progress. We chose to include the current amplifiers given that they too will be retired some day.
It's broken down into current and retired gear, as well as downloads and a section to compare previous/current amps.
Please feel free to check it out and we welcome any feedback! ;D
And just a note - the site is not affiliated or sponsored by Emotiva.
I didnt read the entire thread so i dont know if im being redundant, i have a mint RSP-1 Preamp that has the manual & lit still in the box & can post all the specs for that pre if you need them .
I see what your doing as being a great service & one the emotiva company should provide , the former Mcintosh designer Roger Russel has done the same thing you guys are doing with older Mc gear & his site is invaluable for used gear buyers so i know yours will help emo buyers .
Good work guys .
Current systems , Main livingroom rig ,Mcintosh C-2200 tube preamp , Mcintosh Mc-1201 monoblocks , Mcintosh MVP-851 cd/dvd , Mcintosh MR-85 tuner , DBX-20/20 EQ/Analyzer , Mcintosh XR-290 speakers ^ The rest of my systems exceed space allowed, once the Emotiva rig is done i'll post it instead of the Mc rig.