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This guy obviously lost his mind long ago. 4 Triax's in that size room? Just leave him be there is no hope for him.
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Well, from what I heard they won't be including Direc on any shipments for 2(?) months. Supposed to be some type of upgrade down the road. Now I'm wondering how users will calibrate the system? Will there be manual test tones? Users forced to purchase a SPL for this? Sounds crazy when you consider even a $250 AVR has auto calibration features these days. Somehow I see in my future many, many emails with xmc-1 customers trying to get their systems dialed in..

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it is just a flash memory upgrade.. not hardware..


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The emo xmc1 is the biggest joke going. I can't beleive people would still be willing to purchase that thing after the continuous lies by the owner no less
Brian, I have to agree with you, I've had wonderful CS from EMO with their amps but would be very hesitant to purchase a pre-pro or processor at this point. I feel sorry for Jim and Tom when it does start shipping and it's being used with PSA subs. I plan on saving a bunch of money when the new speakers come out, I will be selling off most of my out-board amps and receiver and getting a beefy amp section receiver with Audyssey XT32 SUB EQ HD, I'm looking at the Onkyo 1010, Denon 4000 should be all I need to drive the speakers to full power rating. Free up some space as well. I'll post what I will be selling before listing in the classifieds giving you guys a chance to get some real bargains, I even have unused BJC cables I will be selling. Take care.
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it is just a flash memory upgrade.. not hardware..


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I would ditch that entire setup, buy a good avr with decent room correction, purchase a mic, download rew, then go with a outboard eq device if need be. I have a feeling your subs are being severely limited by the current setup. Jmo
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Yeah that's just what we know for now, how long has the release date of the xmc-1 been dalayed? Just curious, I have nothing negative to say about Emotiva, so I will say nothing except be cautious with your decision, if you're dead set on getting the device I would at least wait till there are some customer comments. Good luck with whatever you decide. I've been on both sides of the single device versus the separates route and have decided that a good all in one device (AVR) is more than adequate for my needs, now if you have very finicky (difficult loads) to drive I would stay with the separates. For me a good receiver with all the latest software and RC options and beefy amp section is the plan for me, most of my amplification devices are overkill for my needs, they do look good though in the rack. I have just starting using the amps of my receiver recently and must say I can not tell the difference between it and my separates. To each his own, I'm just expressing my opinion and experiences, maybe someone can gain from my experiences. Thank you for listening.
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