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Old 07-06-2012, 06:03 PM - Thread Starter
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Old 07-06-2012, 06:28 PM - Thread Starter
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I apologize, I may not have option to attach multiple pictures at once. I am trying to upload somewhere and post a link.
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So awesome! I hope to be getting one to replace my XPA-5 before the end of the year hopefully.
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Is this a copy of the same thread started on the emotiva forum on the same day with the same title?
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Old 07-10-2012, 07:33 PM - Thread Starter
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yes..
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What are your thoughts on it? Good buy?
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Congrats... That thing is a beast!
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Awesome...let us know what you think when you get everything dialed in.

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Congrats on your new purchase!

A real case of "The beauty & The Beast" altogether though;)
Could you please confirm if the supplied power cord is the one shown, I mean, a 3-pin 220V plug??

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Congrats on your new purchase!
A real case of "The beauty & The Beast" altogether though;)
Could you please confirm if the supplied power cord is the one shown, I mean, a 3-pin 220V plug??
It comes with a 20 amp power cord. It can be used with 115/230V selectable switch.
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I just completed rigging my XPR-5 last night into my 7.2 system. I can definitely hear a difference besides my receiver will run cooler. I'll post pictures in a few days.
I used the opportunity to label every cable (and there are too many of them), remove and painted the rack, its large and heavy but now looks so perfect. My son helped bring the XPR-5 to the basement and ease it into the bottom shelf. I will however rearrange the cables and stack them neatly.

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OMG! that baby is a beauty. beauty and a beast all in one. im still contemplating on it. i wish i could listen to it first but i think that seems impossible. anybody knew where emotiva is here in the US? are they from Tennessee? if so, then maybe they have a demo room so i could really pay a visit and listen to those babies sing.

im a polk fan and im thinking of getting the LSI25 as my main L/R channel for the XPR-5, but what kind of speakers do i use for the center and surrounds? any polk fan recommendations? thank you.

also, can any local electrician know how to install that 20 amp outlet? im hoping they can.

this is a plan for my next home theater build which will have a dedicated home theater room. that's on the basement. very, very, excited!!!!!

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