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#1 of 5 aht3

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Posted June 04 2008 - 02:24 AM

Hi All,
As my signature states, I have a JBL Studio L setup powered by a Pio 94. The system sounds awsome however; I am looking to see if I can make it sound even better. I am satisfied with the speakers as they are laughing at the power ceuurently being sent to them. My question is if the Emotiva MPS2 will help out? I am also concerned about using it a low volumes and having good clarity. Any help or impression would be appreciated.
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JBL Studio L820s RearsHSU VTF2-MK3 SubSony 46" XBR3 LCD

#2 of 5 Doug_

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Posted June 06 2008 - 09:08 AM

I have the MPS-1 and can tell you it excells in the area of detail...even at low volumes. The only difference between the MPS-1 and the MPS-2 is cosmetics. It is by far the best multi-channel amp I have ever owned. You may want to check out Emotiva's forum for some additional opinions.
Doug

#3 of 5 aht3

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Posted June 06 2008 - 11:36 PM

Thanks and will do.
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JBL Studio LC2 at Center
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JBL Studio L820s RearsHSU VTF2-MK3 SubSony 46" XBR3 LCD

#4 of 5 TRT

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Posted June 08 2008 - 02:33 PM

You will love the Emotiva MPS Series amp.

#5 of 5 aht3

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Posted June 09 2008 - 04:59 AM

Thanks. I don't want it blasting. I just was clean sound. Thank again.
Pioneer VSX 94THX
JBL Studio L890s Up Front
JBL Studio LC2 at Center
JBL Studio L820s Surrounds
JBL Studio L820s RearsHSU VTF2-MK3 SubSony 46" XBR3 LCD