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Emotiva Announces Emersa Line of AV Components

Emotiva is already well-known for its selection of affordably priced audiophile-grade gear. Now, the company is expanding its offerings with the Emersa line of AV components. The new gear is all about providing a performance lifestyle audio experience—it's compact, runs cool, and is super-easy to operate. Furthermore, the pricing is wallet-friendly, with no individual component costing more than $1000.

Emotiva will bring its new Emersa components to CES 2016, where I plan to peek under the hood and give the new gear a good listen. Also, when I get more photos, specs, or stats, I'll update this post.

The Emersa EMP-1 ($900) is a 7.1 channel pre/pro with Dirac Live room correction, built-in Bluetooth connectivity, a USB DAC, a white OLED graphical display, and an Ethernet remote control option. It features unbalanced analog outputs plus a balanced subwoofer output, and it comes with a machined aluminum remote control. Furthermore, the EMP-1 uses the same operating system as Emotiva's flagship XMC-1 pre/pro.


The Emotiva Emersa EMP-1 pre/pro.

Emotiva's Emersa EPA-1 ($600) is a stereo preamp featuring digital audio inputs. Its OLED display lets you set any and all options. In addition to digital inputs, it has four pairs of standard (unbalanced) stereo analog inputs, as well as one moving magnet phono input.

You can use the EPA-1 in standard stereo mode, or in a 2.1 mode. It can be connected to a stereo power amp, or powered speakers. In the 2.1-channel mode, the EPA-1 offers a fixed 80 Hz high-pass crossover for the main channels and a separate balanced output for the summed subwoofer signal.

The EPA-1 supports several modular digital audio options: The DAC1 input module provides streaming audio via USB, the DAC2 input module ups that to audiophile-grade USB audio using an AKM 32-bit D/A converter, whereas the Universal Streaming module offers WiFi, Bluetooth, and Ethernet connections in addition to USB.


Emotiva's Emersa EPA-1 preamp.

The Emersa EPI-1 ($800) is an integrated amplifier that combines the Emersa EPA-1's features—including the optional digital input modules—with 100 watts per channel (2 channels) of ICEpower Class-D amplification into one slim chassis.

Three new Emersa amplifiers compliment the EMP-1 and EPA-1. All three amps use lightweight, efficient ICEpower Class-D power amps. They are the Emersa EDA-2 ($600) which offers 2 channels at 150 watts per channel into 8 ohms, the EDA-5 ($800) with 5 channels of 125 watts per channel into 8 ohms, and the EDA-7, which offers 7 channels at 125 watts per channel into 8 ohms.


Pictured here is the Emersa EDA-7 amplifier.

Emotiva also announced a significant expansion of its Airmotiv line of speakers, and introduced its third generation of XPA amplifiers.

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Additional Emersa models will be announced in 2016.
Hopefully a pre/pro with Atmos and DTS:X, and with more than 7 channel output. Hopefully a new receiver to replace the Fusion 8100 as well.

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I was close to buying a Wyre4Sound 7 Ch amp over the Black Friday sale, I hope I've made the right choice in waiting on Emotiva D-class amps, I really love my XMC-1 and how it sounds.


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I think immediately of that fine name in home electronics, Emerson. What a weird name but I suppose it "connects" to Emotiva (or Emotive as so many of their fans write).
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I was close to buying a Wyre4Sound 7 Ch amp over the Black Friday sale, I hope I've made the right choice in waiting on Emotiva D-class amps, I really love my XMC-1 and how it sounds.

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Depends if those Class D amps have fully balanced XLR inputs. If they do, then the Emersa's a value competitor to Wyred4Sound, at least. Maybe a competitor to NAD for additional channels (think ceilings or Dolby Enabled Atmos speakers) if you're not committed to Hypex NCore. Although if these amps are intended to match up to the Emersa pre/pros rather than the XMC-1, the XLR inputs would be unlikely, since the press release only mentions XLR pre-outs for the sub.
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A Dirac pre-pro for less than 1k? Looks very interesting


I wonder what differences there are between this and the XMC-1.

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A Dirac pre-pro for less than 1k? Looks very interesting


I wonder what differences there are between this and the XMC-1.
But not as interesting as the miniDSP DDRC-88A which give you Dirac on 8 channels, but can be used with any AVR (external amps needed) or any processor you like. Also costs 1k approximately - so if one already has an AVP one is happy with, then the 88A represents a better deal, IMO anyway.
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A Dirac pre-pro for less than 1k? Looks very interesting


I wonder what differences there are between this and the XMC-1.
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That was my exact thought considering the msrp of this Emersa EMP-1 is only $900 and yet includes Dirac Live plus RCA-out/XLR-balanced amp connections; So in which way does it differentiate from the XMC-1 that sells for over twice the price ?

I am considering updating my Integra A/V processor to a more recent model but as far as i am concerned it must have the best affordable room-correction system and be a better solution than Audyssey MultEQ XT32 that i currently use; The only solution i see in the horizon comes in the form of Dirac room-EQ
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BTW, just noticed that only the subwoofer output is XLR-balanced whereas the other output channels use RCA connectors.

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Depends if those Class D amps have fully balanced XLR inputs. If they do, then the Emersa's a value competitor to Wyred4Sound, at least. Maybe a competitor to NAD for additional channels (think ceilings or Dolby Enabled Atmos speakers) if you're not committed to Hypex NCore. Although if these amps are intended to match up to the Emersa pre/pros rather than the XMC-1, the XLR inputs would be unlikely, since the press release only mentions XLR pre-outs for the sub.


Yeah I thought of this two seconds after firing this post, I'm definitely thinking this is Ultra territory as in U line, entry line to test the D-Class waters!
But, I'll take a gander with these amps and get my toes wet, and go from there or waited and see what are the reviews like.


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Yeah I thought of this two seconds after firing this post, I'm definitely thinking this is Ultra territory as in U line, entry line to test the D-Class waters!
But, I'll take a gander with these amps and get my toes wet, and go from there or waited and see what are the reviews like.

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I saw Big Dan at a local event this year, and I told him that there was a real niche for a Class D amp between the Crown XLS Pro stuff (which only hard-core geeks and DIYers like) and a multichannel Hypex NCore amp like the NAD M27 (which retails for almost $4K), or something like the Wyred4Sound MC 7150 and the broader MC lines (starting at $1500 and $3500 respectively--their MMC is getting replaced by something new early next year). A Class D amp at this level is perfect (YMMV) for surround speakers or Atmos speakers if you're running separates or need an amp to go with an AVR to reach out to 7.1.4. Somehow it feels strange to spend more for an amp than the speakers if you're not careful....and at 125 W @ 8 Ohms and a similar output from a higher end AVR, this product would fit the niche at this level unless you're cranking your ceiling speakers at reference and watching Unbroken's opening scene . And to your point, maybe this is the "entry level" Class D amp, and there's a more capable one coming out aimed toward more expansive needs.

All we need is specs....and as for the pre/pro, I hope that they're indeed going to have an Atmos/DTS:X capable pre-pro in the next year or two. If they can roll out something with a DSP that can support 13 to 16 channels or throughput (LOL), they might have a very popular product here on AVS given Dirac REQ, and they'd be targeting Datasat and Audiocontrol/Arcam directly. That's a big if, though. But the niche is there (IMO)....and if Emo can exploit it, Big Dan may have the last laugh....
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Interesting announcement.....also hoping for some sort of Atmos product at CES.
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I think immediately of that fine name in home electronics, Emerson. What a weird name but I suppose it "connects" to Emotiva (or Emotive as so many of their fans write).
I concur. Emotiva is not a great name, but Emersa is plain out lame. The Emo folks once and for all need to either learn how to market their brand/products or hire an outside firm to do it right. That said, it looks like they are at least wising up in pricing. Every amp they've sold in the last 5 years, they've left money on the table.
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Emersa EMP-1 (MSRP: $899): This full 7.1 channel preamp processor with unbalanced analog outputs plus balanced subwoofer output, has built-in Bluetooth connectivity, Dirac Live ™ room correction, USB DAC, and an Ethernet remote control option.
7.1 in year 2016... looks like the force of classic 5.1 and 7.1 is strong

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I have no idea but wonder how many people actually have systems greater than 7.x, or even 5.x? I would love to see Emotiva come out with all the bells and whistles but in fact have no plans (and no space) in my room for more than 7.x. I wonder if it is mostly marketing at this point rather than real users' systems. Of course AVS seems to have a few, but may be biased toward higher-end users?

I'd rather see Emotiva feature up Dirac Live (allow a couple of different stored settings, allow viewing of distance and such) and work on better subwoofer integration.
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No mention of codecs for the emp-1. Hopefully it's not going to require decoded audio. On the other hand I hope it has unbalanced inputs so it can continue to be used for Dirac.
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Found this, you can barely make it out and see Dirac in the middle.

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Very interesting. I'm curious if (how?) Dirac is crippled in the pre-pro, preamp, and integrated.

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Hopefully a pre/pro with Atmos and DTS:X, and with more than 7 channel output.
Yeah was thinking the same thing. It's smart to launch the line with all sub $1000 products, but I wouldn't want that to hold them back from providing an expanded portfolio of products that include the latest tech later on. Would definitely love to see a model that supports immersive audio ... and a ton of channels.


A potential stumbling block is Dirac though. The standard Live version supports 8 channels (7 + sub), so for something with more channels they'd need to move to something else? For some reason I seem to recall there being a higher level of Dirac (more for cinemas?) that supports greater? I can only imagine that would be really pricey to license though.
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These look a lot better than their outgoing items. The amps are fine but their pre/pros looked too busy with all of the blue lights. Call me shallow but I like my components to look AND sound good. I just bought a refurbed AVR for cheap but I'm getting the itch to go separates next year. This could be at the top of the list if the features are right.
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Apple needs to start designing audio gear for people.. These things from emotiva are NOT PRETTY..
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