I'd like to hear it head-to-head with my ERC-1/XDA-2 combo. Had I not been so totally impressed with what the XDA-2 did in my bedroom (and Emotiva not had such a great sale on the XDA-2) I would have bought this tonight. Emotiva is definitely this kid's candy store!
-Main Theater- Sony XBR-65930D, UBP-x800 Music Hall mmf-2.2 Emotiva XMC-2, XSP-1, XDA-2, ERC-3, XPR-2, XPA-9, T2, C2, B1 Phase Tech PC-1, PC-Surr SVS PC 20-39
Gym Rules 1. No curling in the Squat Rack. 2. No really, the Squat rack is for Squats. 3. Stop dumping the weights. You picked them up, you can put them down. 4. Unload your bar. You put the weights on, you can take them off. 5. Shut up and lift, please :)_ 6. Cell phones..... See rule 5. 7. Stop staring at the women. Seriously its freaking everyone out. 8. Smith machine?,?.?........Really? 9. Stop trying to teach people unless they ask for advise.
+1 to other comments on this thread, I thought the video very well done, the content compelling, and overall an enjoying watch. For me a big thing that makes a company like Emotiva compelling is real people, with names you know, that show passion in what they do. I think we see it on these boards, and this video takes it to the next level. Sure, some large companies make good/great gear, but it is all rather sterile and for the consumer rather disconnected - no personal touch. Please share more videos in the future showing the people behind Emotiva - thanks.
Sys 1: Sherwood R-972, ML Stage center driven by XPA-1L, ML Purity L/R powered speakers, GoldenEar Invisa 525 height & MPX surrounds, ML Descent i sub, 2 Def Tech Supercube IIIs Sys 2: Fusion 8100 driving small viewing room In progress 1:Whole house audio built around AirPlay, a Sherbourn 18-45 and Axiom M-3s In progress 2: Marantz 7702mkII, Axiom in-walls, Panasonic 8000 to drive a basement theater