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Great advice, I found the HDMI cable running from my cable box was causing the noise. When I removed the cable the noise stopped, but if I left the cable plugged up and removed the power cord on the cable box the noise remained. Do I need to ground the cable wire at some point?
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Great advice, I found the HDMI cable running from my cable box was causing the noise. When I removed the cable the noise stopped, but if I left the cable plugged up and removed the power cord on the cable box the noise remained. Do I need to ground the cable wire at some point?
Comcast had the coax coming into the house grounded on my meter box. I rerouted the coax ground to my main house ground that was right by the meter. This put everything on the same ground and it eliminated my hum.

Might be worth checking out how the coax coming into the house is grounded.

Jensen transformers also makes an in-line transformer that is supposed to eliminate hum from cable tv.
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I'll be looking at a 2-channel amp in a few months. The Monolith 2x is on my short list. Any thoughts on this versus a pair of Outlaw 2200 monoblocks for $760?
https://www.outlawaudio.com/products/2200.html

Also looked at Parasound Halo A23, but it's a model that has been around for years, so, I'm thinking the Monolith's new technology has probably passed it up.
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I'll be looking at a 2-channel amp in a few months. The Monolith 2x is on my short list. Any thoughts on this versus a pair of Outlaw 2200 monoblocks for $760?
https://www.outlawaudio.com/products/2200.html

I had the 2200 and they sound good but when pushed they got harsh driving my brother-in-laws Revel F206's.


He replaced it with a Parasound A21 4 years ago (or so). He listens loud and this amp does a great job.
I'd expect similar performance from the ATI built Monolith.


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Hello

Since I was due an update, I replaced my Direct System and made sure it was grounded. I also purchased the device from Emotiva to stop the humming, but that also did not work. Does anyone have any further suggestions to stop the humming noise.
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Since I was due an update, I replaced my Direct System and made sure it was grounded. I also purchased the device from Emotiva to stop the humming, but that also did not work. Does anyone have any further suggestions to stop the humming noise.
I disconnected a 1st gen Chromecast and that eliminated one huge hum I had. I still have a quiet one in the right channel only. I can not hear it from 4 feet away, so not worth returning.
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The specs for the new amps are on their website. 200x3 - 100x6 and 200x3 - 100x8. Kind of a cool way to power a 5.2.4 or 7.2.4 system with the surrounds needing less power than the front stage.

Appears to use the same chassis and similar weight to the 200x7 amp.

https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=33307
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Wow that's awesome all in one. I bet that gets warm

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does it though? i'm not an expert... do the current 7.1.4 atmos config really require only the front 3 to be higher power while the rest of the speakers are less?

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does it though? i'm not an expert... do the current 7.1.4 atmos config really require only the front 3 to be higher power while the rest of the speakers are less?
I guess I’m no expert but I would most definitely think the surrounds require less power than the front 3 considering they are just playing background/ambiance type effects.
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Cool

i suppose it really depends on if you have full range or not right? i dont have full range all around only the front 3.

so it does make logical sense.

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I guess I’m no expert but I would most definitely think the surrounds require less power than the front 3 considering they are just playing background/ambiance type effects.

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I guess it is more of an amp for HT maybe? If you listene to multichannel music and had full range speakers all around it might not be the best, but I would say that’s the exception and not the norm for something like that.
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Hey Guys,



What are the odd of a brand new Monolith 5ch arrive defective? Upon power up, it make one click, blue light turn on.... about 5 seconds later, hear two fast "click click" blue light increase brightness... seem all normal?


None of the channels output any sound... Must be my wiring right? I have check 20 times by now... My system with my Denon X6200 and was running a Niles 275 for the FR, FL. It make absolutely no noise at all, not even humming.


I swap back to my Niles amp, all work fine. What the heck? I did purchase the new RCA cable (shorter 1ft length) But I have swap to the old cable that's working with the Niles and no difference.


There's no crazy trick or hidden button somewhere that changes the input from RCA to XLR <whatever this is right? No fuse either right?



All 5channels DOA? I can't believe it.


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There is a small switch below the rca input where you select rca or xlr. Maybe look at that. If that isn’t it I’d contact Monoprice and get a new one.
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There is a small switch below the rca input where you select rca or xlr. Maybe look at that. If that isn’t it I’d contact Monoprice and get a new one.

Thank you... got to excited and stick it right on the cabinet in a dark room.. never saw that switch below the XLR/RCA, lol. Work now!
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I saw on monoprice's amplifier page there will be newer versions of the monolith amp (9 and 11 channel versions with lower 100 watts for surround speakers). wondering if it's cheaper than their regular 7 channel (7x200W) amp.

Monolith by Monoprice 9 Channel (3x200 Watts + 6x100 Watts) Multi-Channel Home Theater Power Amplifier with XLR Inputs
https://www.monoprice.com/product?c_...seq=1&format=2

Monolith by Monoprice 11 Channel (3x200 + 8x100 Watts) Multi-Channel Home Theater Power Amplifier with XLR Inputs
https://www.monoprice.com/product?c_...seq=1&format=2

Right now i'm just using a denon x4400h and dayton audio apa102 to run my 7.1.4 setup
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Monolith power cord

I just received my Monolith 7, bought a refurb to keep the price down, and after connecting everything I attempted to plug in the power cord. It is a “t-blade” 20amp plug....so it will not just plug in to my wall outlets.
Can I use an adapter to convert the plug? Amazon has one for $10. I do not have a dedicated 20amp outlet but the house circuits are 20amp, just regular 3 prong receptacles.
I don’t want to cause damage or start a fire, I just want to enjoy my amp.

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I just received my Monolith 7, bought a refurb to keep the price down, and after connecting everything I attempted to plug in the power cord. It is a “t-blade” 20amp plug....so it will not just plug in to my wall outlets.
Can I use an adapter to convert the plug? Amazon has one for $10. I do not have a dedicated 20amp outlet but the house circuits are 20amp, just regular 3 prong receptacles.
I don’t want to cause damage or start a fire, I just want to enjoy my amp.

If the circuits are really 20 amp circuits (breaker and wiring, 12 gauge copper minimum) then a nicer solution would be to replace the current receptacle with a 20 amp, 120 V receptacle. Either a 15 amp or 20 amp plug will fit in a 20 amp receptacle. Using a licensed electrician or the equivalent would be best, although the work is simple. An adapter should work, but it's never clear how well these devices are made no matter how they are listed on Amazon or what certifications are claimed.
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I guess I should have also asked if everone else who bought this amp also received the same power cord and plug. I see folks posting about plugging theirs into surge suppressors which I don’t believe have that kind of plug.

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My 7X had the standard 3 prong power cord.

I’d call Monoprice and have them send out a new cord. Easy fix.
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Looking at the 200x7 refurb.

You guys happy with your monolith amps? Why did you choose it versus the emotivas and outlaws? Price, performance?
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My 7X had the standard 3 prong power cord.

I’d call Monoprice and have them send out a new cord. Easy fix.
I called them this morning and they are shipping the correct power cord.
You were right, easy fix.
Now I sit in anticipation.....

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Looking at the 200x7 refurb.

You guys happy with your monolith amps? Why did you choose it versus the emotivas and outlaws? Price, performance?
This is a good question. Why did you chose the Monolith over the price equivalent competition?
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This is a good question. Why did you chose the Monolith over the price equivalent competition?

I think it depends on your needs, and what other equipment you have. Each amp has its own sound signature ( highly debated topic - but it remains true regardless of the keyboard commandos that don't care to notice the difference ).

The ATI monoprice clones are fantastic. The outlaw amps built by ATI ( when they actually built by ATI ) are great too... EMO... questionable reliability over the years. But only you can make the choice given a your budget and short and long term goals.


But there are lots of other options. An actual ATI amp would be a good choice but it will cost you more. But will be built to ATI's specs and not someone else's

From a purely design perspective. The MP ATI amps far exceed anything EMO puts out. QC and the parts used are of better quality.

However, if you are up to check out other mfg's - there are dozens of other amp companies that are better than all three for reasonable jumps in cost. Here are just a few that are absolutely fantastic. Some are very expensive, but you can get them on the used market for steep discount

MCormack
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Hope this didn't muddy the water too much. For the record. I just purchased an MP 5ch and I am auditioning it currently. FOR THE MONEY --- I don't think there is a better built or better sounding amplifier. My buddy's EMO... sounds thin weak and lifeless in comparison.
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when you put in the web monoliht 5x200 vs xpa gen3 ,many peoples said émotiva is better,give me sériously why Inside or power the monolith is better then émotiva.


éventually I need monolith 5x200 or émotiva xpa5gen3 .


same power but monolith is very heavy and not have ventilator Inside that very important and I have 3 power amplifier émotiva ,you need give me good very good reason


to choice monolith.

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From my experience with the MP amps, they are far better built than the EMO amps. Just take a look at a picture of the insides; the EMO comes across as cheaper built. Quality build is important for reliability, as are high quality parts. I know the MP uses high quality parts.
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I am looking to purchase an external amp to complete a 7.2.4 system. The options I am looking at:

- Monolith 7x200
- Marantz MM8077

Monolith (ATI) is unknown to me, so I don't know what to expect. I like the Marantz sound, so it would be a safe choice.

Is there any audible hiss to the Monolith when you bring your ear close to the tweeter?

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I am looking to purchase an external amp to complete a 7.2.4 system. The options I am looking at:

- Monolith 7x200
- Marantz MM8077

Monolith (ATI) is unknown to me, so I don't know what to expect. I like the Marantz sound, so it would be a safe choice.

Is there any audible hiss to the Monolith when you bring your ear close to the tweeter?

Morris Kessler, president and chief engineer at ATI has been building top-notch amps in the US since 1967. Most of ATI's work is OEM for other brands. His customer list is a who's who of high end audio. With a rated signal-to-noise ratio of 120 dB referenced to rated output the amp should be dead quiet even with your ear pressed up against the tweeter.






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Morris Kessler, president and chief engineer at ATI has been building top-notch amps in the US since 1967. Most of ATI's work is OEM for other brands. His customer list is a who's who of high end audio. With a rated signal-to-noise ratio of 120 dB referenced to rated output the amp should be dead quiet even with your ear pressed up against the tweeter.






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Thank you so much for reassuring me. I believe the Monolith 7x will be in my rack for Christmas (I hope Santa has a strong deadlift)

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