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  1. Hi Jeff Great that we landed on a quality amp worthy of the investment. Appreciate your views.
  2. Hi Jeff. Tks for sharing. The price point is pretty good. This power amp for its quality is really affordable. It should.be at least two or three times the price. May I ask if you have two of these xtz power amps fed to each speaker or one. And out of curiosity what was lacking in your denon and how it is sounding now. As your denon model is pretty good from my impression similar to my onkyo model I believe. Does your denon with the xtz sound better with movies too? I was actually looking at emotiva and cambridge power amps but i finally ended up with the xtz cause it was really that good and doesnt get hot at all. I actually have my power on the xtz always on. And its not hot. From what I researched, the emotiva while its a good amp can be lean sounding and cambridge 851 W again with its merits can run super hot. I did audition the cambridge and i somewhat felt this xtz had better sonic abilities. The xtz is just so very clear transparent, has impressive soundstage and adds so much tightness and punch to the bass. I dont even use my subs now for stereo music. And before i added this power amp I was actually quite happy with my onkyo. Just never knew the difference could have been so significant. The xtz may be a little forward sounding but more in a lively way rather than fatiguing. This ICE Power amps are really something I must say. Think its getting the better of class A/B amps. So much so am considering a second one. I find better results with my 2 channel stereo as compared to movies. But that could also be because I havent fully calibrated my system as yet. Would be glad to hear your views.
  3. Hi Jef I have an Onkyo RZ830 and Klipsch 6000f RP speakers. I have the xtz and it has remarkably improved the clarity openness or transparency and as you said the bass punch. Was intially skeptical if I should get a power amp as my Onkyo does hold its own and has decent power with 120 watts at 8ohms 2 channel driven. The xtz is 150 watt 2 channel driven at 8 ohms. So thought it may not make much of a difference. But I was surprised. It did make a significant difference. Gets louder too. Glad it made a whole lotta difference to your set up too. Was initially thinking of Cambridge 851 and Emotiva power amps but the xtz has come out fine. Now am considering getting two of these to power each speaker separately. Not sure if anyone has tried that. Pity this amp is relatively unknown compared to the big guns and deserves the good reviews so more would be aware.
  4. Wondering if any fellow enthusiasts here have tried out the XTZ A2-300 Stereo Power Amp with your AV Receivers and Klipsch speakers or in any other combination with your sound system. Would love to hear your experiences.
  5. Wondering if any fellow enthusiasts here have tried out the XTZ A2-300 Stereo Power Amp with your AV Receivers and Klipsch speakers or in any other combination with your sound system. Would love to hear your experiences.
  6. Hi Anyone has used the Mini DSP to help tame frequencies of your speakers. Does it just tame the low frequencies or most frequencies. I have a peak of 250hz in my living room and planning to use the Mini DSP to tame some frequencies from my subs paired with my Klipsch speakers. Planning to also add on some acoustic panels. Does it also work better with acoustic panels? Anyone has any experience or thoughts on this; please do share. Appreciate it
  7. Sorry what this would mean pl?
  8. I see. Yes. My amp says the same thung subwoofer yes. So in essence i dont lose out on amything if the amp does npt recognise the second sub; but it plays anyway.
  9. Yes you are right Baron. It does not have a 5.2 2 mode. Strange right. When it has all.other combinations. So how do I address this or leave it be. What do I gain or stand to lose with the non recognotion as the two subs are connected and working
  10. Looking for some help I have set up 2 sub woofers. I am on 5.2.2 with front height speakers. But my onkyo amp RZ 830 doesnt recognise my second sub in 5.2.2 settings. It recognises 6.1.4 or 7.2.4 but not 5.2 2. It only recognises 5.1.2 instead of 5.2.2 May i know why and any of you can help me address this. Really appreciate it
  11. Looking for some help I have set up 2 sub woofers. I am on 5.2.2 with front height speakers. But my onkyo amp RZ 830 doesnt recognise my second sub in 5.2.2 settings. It recognises 6.1.4 or 7.2.4 but not 5.2 2. It only recognises 5.1.2 instead of 5.2.2 May i know why and any of you cab help me address this. Really appreciate it
  12. Tks Bill. Good advise Patience is a rare virtue at least for me in terms of getting the best sound. . But i need to adopt that.
  13. Tks! Guess it should be ok then
  14. Seeking some advise. I currently have a Jamo 8 inched sub. Its decent with a needed punch but not the wall rattling types. Am planning to get a second sub but of a different make and model, Klipsch SPL 100 10 inch. Would having two different subs, even out the bass response and solve some room acoustics and have greater effect. I have a Klipsch front floor standers RP 6000f and centre channel 600C and Jamo floor standing surrounds and height speakers. Appreciate your thoughts.
  15. Seeking some advise. I currently have a Jamo 8 inched sub. Its decent with a needed punch but not the wall rattling types. Am planning to get a second sub but of a different make and model, Klipsch SPL 100 10 inch. Would having two different subs, even out the bass response and solve some room acoustics and have greater effect. I have a Klipsch front floor standers RP 6000f and centre channel 600C and Jamo floor standing surrounds and height speakers. Appreciate your thoughts.
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