That's the magic of the HE-500. Great treble extension without any harshness.
Used Meier amps are best bang for the buck :)
Meant to say extended without being harsh but didn't know how to word it since I'm a noob
German horsepower is best horsepower
Hmmm fair enough. Although regarding prices, it's not that bad apparently. I talked to some of my friends in Australia and they said Emotiva works out quite well for them. This was about those XPA 5.1 amps though. It was easier on their wallet in comparison to other brands like Marantz. The cost of cables can vary quite a bit, so there is that to consider. What I did was get a balanced cable and left it on permanently. Then I got two adapters made. One with banana plugs for speaker use and another adapter for single ended use. Also, space wise it's actually not that bad. My Marantz on the other hand takes much more space. You can always ask them for a quote for your own reference purpose :)
Importing my Mini-X to South Africa was also quite expensive, though it still ended up being relatively good value for money, but the same holds true for almost anything you buy here. I weighed the price against something like a Rega Brio-R which ended up being more than double as expensive as the Mini-X after I added all the costs, so I reckon its still worth it. You do take a knock if you want to sell it on again. Nobody else cares about the additional costs one incurred importing the unit, they only look at the listed price on the website! The XPA amps are more worthwhile importing compared to the price of local offerings.
i need some advice guys...i know i said i was not going to post anymore on this thread..but i am in big doubts..and i need second opinions..as as u guys are deadly honest..i turn to u
it concerns the top of my new amp...i saw this pic of their new creation and i was thinking about letting them doing the same to my new amp...
what u think guys? the see through thingie...remember..my amp is black..not white...shall i do it also?
i know u guys are very direct and honest..so i count on ur honest advice..