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That's fair, although if I was thinking of buying something from Emotiva it might tip me to buying sooner than later.



Really? I read that it was across the board. Granted, with the closeout of the current line in progress, I guess it basically doesn't. I'm sure they built the cost into the new line to be anyways.
maybe i heard wrong. ..but that was my understanding...

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Why are the c2 centers unavailable? Stop making them?

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Why are the c2 centers unavailable? Stop making them?

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newer version on the way soon...
Geeze they weren't really that old, were they?

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no not really ..2016 i think.. but new stuff coming out probably requires a closeout to raise capital for a small company.. jbl they ain't

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no not really ..2016 i think.. but new stuff coming out probably requires a closeout to raise capital for a small company.. jbl they ain't
I wonder how much of this is really necessary, or if it's just marketing. Klipsch seems to replace their speakers every two years, but, until the RP line, I wonder how much was just trying to goose sales with something "new", but not really that different.
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I wonder how much of this is really necessary, or if it's just marketing. Klipsch seems to replace their speakers every two years, but, until the RP line, I wonder how much was just trying to goose sales with something "new", but not really that different.
chane seems to do the same thing as well .. i think it's harmless marketing ..others like jbl seem to thrive on sameness for extended periods..
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In a 7.1.4 setup, how do you think T1s would work as surrounds with T2s and a C2 up front? The current pricing is really making me consider it.

Edit: Or T1s all the way around? I think I will still need a C2 for the center to fit under my screen since I don't have room to place a tower behind an AT screen.

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In a 7.1.4 setup, how do you think T1s would work as surrounds with T2s and a C2 up front? The current pricing is really making me consider it.

Edit: Or T1s all the way around? I think I will still need a C2 for the center to fit under my screen since I don't have room to place a tower behind an AT screen.
T1 with C2 sound great, have it as my lcr. Sure t1 as surround would be great. I just could not fit them in my small room. I use E2. T2 would also be a good choice. For the left and right as an upgrade just did not think it was worth it to me for 300 more. At the renewed prices its only 200 and i would of done them instead if t1
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no not really ..2016 i think.. but new stuff coming out probably requires a closeout to raise capital for a small company.. jbl they ain't
Hopefully, they don't screw up a good thing with the c2's replacement...
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I wonder how much of this is really necessary, or if it's just marketing. Klipsch seems to replace their speakers every two years, but, until the RP line, I wonder how much was just trying to goose sales with something "new", but not really that different.
Doesnt look like the new Emotiva's changing much I think from what I saw pretty much just the cabinets
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Doesnt look like the new Emotiva's changing much I think from what I saw pretty much just the cabinets
crossover for the tweeter is getting slightly tweaked as well.
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that's what i read.. beefier cabs with an "improved" crossover.. sounds good on paper
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Anyone running emotiva PA-1. Was thinking about them for my LCR speakers, T1 and C2. Cant find much for reviews online.
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Are they replacing the B1s as well?
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I have a Denon 4500 and every time I run Audessey it tells me that my T2s are out of phase. I checked the wiring and they are wired correctly so I just ignore it. Does everyone else see this? Should I reverse the polarity? They sound great as is.

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I have a Denon 4500 and every time I run Audessey it tells me that my T2s are out of phase. I checked the wiring and they are wired correctly so I just ignore it. Does everyone else see this? Should I reverse the polarity? They sound great as is.
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Are they replacing the B1s as well?
with b1+ from my reading.. of course that may just be the "working " title..

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I changed the Polarity of my C2 Center speaker at the center speaker.

As I was tightening the binding post, I thought I had it pretty tight. I then noticed the speaker cables were falling out. I realized they weren't tight at all. I've never seen a binding nut like this before as it had an top and bottom ring I think. Anyway, I found it much more difficult to get it tight against the copper tip of the cable than any other speaker I've used. Regardless, I got it tight.

Things sound so much better now. It's like it opened up. I played the Bumblebee scenes I've listened to 50 times now. Maybe it's in my head, but it didn't sound held back anymore. I put in several more movies with scenes I had tested before I made this change. Wow. But I'm not sure now if the issue is with Polarity or if maybe I didn't have the binding nut tight to begin with. I thought about changing it back, making sure it was tight, and testing again. However, it sounds good now so I wanted to leave well enough alone.

Question about Banana Plugs. What do you folks recommend? I use Monoprice at the receiver. I have 12 gauge cable and they seem stiffer than most I see online as it was painful to use the Monoprice plugs. So stiff, it was hard to spread out the strands and fold them over. Wondering if I have some other bad connections after I realized my center banana plugs weren't making good connection. I think I'd like the Closed Screw type, where I could just insert the copper and then tighten two screws. Just not sure what brand would be a good choice.
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I use Nakamichi plugs with dual setscrews, though I've seen the exact same plugs rebranded with a few different names as well, and am completely satisfied with them. Not overly expensive and perform like a champ.
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Look for Mediabridge Banana plugs on Amazon. I've been using them and they're good quality.

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I just started using GLS plugs with the one screw. the Black chrome ones, made some fancy cables for my new speakers. They are a very tight fit in the posts, no way they are falling out.
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I changed the Polarity of my C2 Center speaker at the center speaker.

As I was tightening the binding post, I thought I had it pretty tight. I then noticed the speaker cables were falling out. I realized they weren't tight at all. I've never seen a binding nut like this before as it had an top and bottom ring I think. Anyway, I found it much more difficult to get it tight against the copper tip of the cable than any other speaker I've used. Regardless, I got it tight.

Things sound so much better now. It's like it opened up. I played the Bumblebee scenes I've listened to 50 times now. Maybe it's in my head, but it didn't sound held back anymore. I put in several more movies with scenes I had tested before I made this change. Wow. But I'm not sure now if the issue is with Polarity or if maybe I didn't have the binding nut tight to begin with. I thought about changing it back, making sure it was tight, and testing again. However, it sounds good now so I wanted to leave well enough alone.

Question about Banana Plugs. What do you folks recommend? I use Monoprice at the receiver. I have 12 gauge cable and they seem stiffer than most I see online as it was painful to use the Monoprice plugs. So stiff, it was hard to spread out the strands and fold them over. Wondering if I have some other bad connections after I realized my center banana plugs weren't making good connection. I think I'd like the Closed Screw type, where I could just insert the copper and then tighten two screws. Just not sure what brand would be a good choice.
Glad you figured it out and was an easy fix. The C2 is a great speaker i really enjoy mine.
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I just started using GLS plugs with the one screw. the Black chrome ones, made some fancy cables for my new speakers. They are a very tight fit in the posts, no way they are falling out.
Thanks. I've seen all three of these during my searches. I don't care for how the monoprice fit into the binding posts of my Denon Receiver. They are definitely not very tight.
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Thanks. I've seen all three of these during my searches. I don't care for how the monoprice fit into the binding posts of my Denon Receiver. They are definitely not very tight.
Btw I use Mediabridge with my T1s and they're a snug fit.

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Thanks. I've seen all three of these during my searches. I don't care for how the monoprice fit into the binding posts of my Denon Receiver. They are definitely not very tight.
I’ve got monoprice banana plugs and I wouldn’t recommend them either. With some speakers they fit very loosely in the binding posts and they could fall out pretty easily. They haven’t yet, and I haven’t bothered replacing them, but if I do get any more they will certainly be a different brand.
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I’ve got monoprice banana plugs and I wouldn’t recommend them either. With some speakers they fit very loosely in the binding posts and they could fall out pretty easily. They haven’t yet, and I haven’t bothered replacing them, but if I do get any more they will certainly be a different brand.

I'm using Sewell banana plugs, their basic models, off of Amazon. They seem pretty tight and easy to attach to bare wire.
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I use Nakamichi plugs with dual setscrews, though I've seen the exact same plugs rebranded with a few different names as well, and am completely satisfied with them. Not overly expensive and perform like a champ.
I just received some Nakamichi plugs with the dual set screws. Is the goal to strip a lengthy portion so that both the top and bottom set screw hit copper wire, or is the bottom screw made to clamp to the insulation around the wire? I watched a couple videos on youtube, and one specifically says the bottom clamps to the insulation, but the other had no talking and he stripped a good bit of insulation back. So unclear how it's designed as it came with no pictures.
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I just received some Nakamichi plugs with the dual set screws. Is the goal to strip a lengthy portion so that both the top and bottom set screw hit copper wire, or is the bottom screw made to clamp to the insulation around the wire? I watched a couple videos on youtube, and one specifically says the bottom clamps to the insulation, but the other had no talking and he stripped a good bit of insulation back. So unclear how it's designed as it came with no pictures.
I think only the top screw needs to be touching wire, the bottom one goes on the insulation. I would think it wouldn't hurt to have it stripped down so the 2nd screw also was touching wire but it's probably unnecessary.
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I just received some Nakamichi plugs with the dual set screws. Is the goal to strip a lengthy portion so that both the top and bottom set screw hit copper wire, or is the bottom screw made to clamp to the insulation around the wire? I watched a couple videos on youtube, and one specifically says the bottom clamps to the insulation, but the other had no talking and he stripped a good bit of insulation back. So unclear how it's designed as it came with no pictures.
I installed mine so that the screws were both touching wire, as I felt that the second screw touching insulation wasn't as sturdy. Makes sense that it might take a bit of strain off of the copper to have the second screw on insulation but no idea if there's an 'intended' method.
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