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Bucknekked

Bucknekked

Audioholic Field Marshall
So, I read all the comments. Which burger did you choose?:)
 
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Freesum

Audiophyte
I'm attempting to post a question in this category but it keeps saying my content cannot be published because it's spam and to contact an administrator if it's not. I'm new here. Who's the admin? Also... It's not spam. It's a question. There's no links. IDK why it's being flagged. Please help.
 
mtrycrafts

mtrycrafts

Audioholic Slumlord
I'm attempting to post a question in this category but it keeps saying my content cannot be published because it's spam and to contact an administrator if it's not. I'm new here. Who's the admin? Also... It's not spam. It's a question. There's no links. IDK why it's being flagged. Please help.
Don't know why that would be but try in the Beginners section and see what happens.
 
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Sparkus

Junior Audioholic
Hoping for knowledgeable opinion

Of course I'm new to this forum and to better equipment. I'll keep it brief. Started trying to improve on a 20 year old Technics 5.1 system. After buying a Polk PSW108 sub and a Sony SS CS8 center, I decided it was time to just get new everything. So, got a new receiver, Onkyo TX RZ820 and a pair of RTi A7's, price was good and seemed like it'd be enough. From reading, figured I'd need to get an amp...so here I am.

While the sub, center and the ancient Yamaha NS a635a 3 way studio monitors I've always had as surround will get replaced...I'm wanting to try the amp first. So, checking the Emotiva XPA 2 GEN3 amp. Reads like I can add mods as I replace the rest of the system but still get better 2 channel music in the meantime.

So any opinions on how the Onkyo, RTi's and the Emotiva will work with each other? I mean, I'd hate to trial and error $1k.
 
Bucknekked

Bucknekked

Audioholic Field Marshall
Hoping for knowledgeable opinion

Of course I'm new to this forum and to better equipment. I'll keep it brief. Started trying to improve on a 20 year old Technics 5.1 system. After buying a Polk PSW108 sub and a Sony SS CS8 center, I decided it was time to just get new everything. So, got a new receiver, Onkyo TX RZ820 and a pair of RTi A7's, price was good and seemed like it'd be enough. From reading, figured I'd need to get an amp...so here I am.

While the sub, center and the ancient Yamaha NS a635a 3 way studio monitors I've always had as surround will get replaced...I'm wanting to try the amp first. So, checking the Emotiva XPA 2 GEN3 amp. Reads like I can add mods as I replace the rest of the system but still get better 2 channel music in the meantime.

So any opinions on how the Onkyo, RTi's and the Emotiva will work with each other? I mean, I'd hate to trial and error $1k.
Sparkus
I don't know if you read the how to post a new thread or not, but, the idea isn't to post a new thread "here".
The idea is to pick a thread category that applies to your situation/topic. It isn't a "rule" or putting your post somewhere else is a violation. Nope. Nothin like that. The idea of putting your question/comment in the right thread means people who are interested and can help you will see it.

You could choose either of several, but, the most likely is Gerneral AV questions. The Beginners Forum is pretty good too. The amp thread is much more specific to questions regarding performance and itty bitty details about amps. You could just copy your post and paste it in to a thread in General AV and people will be respondin' pretty quick.

Who knows? People could find your stuff here but you'll get a lot more traffic moving to another thread. I only saw this because I made a comment on this thread some time ago. Otherwise, I'd never have seen it
 
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Sparkus

Junior Audioholic
Sparkus
I don't know if you read the how to post a new thread or not, but, the idea isn't to post a new thread "here".
The idea is to pick a thread category that applies to your situation/topic. It isn't a "rule" or putting your post somewhere else is a violation. Nope. Nothin like that. The idea of putting your question/comment in the right thread means people who are interested and can help you will see it.

You could choose either of several, but, the most likely is Gerneral AV questions. The Beginners Forum is pretty good too. The amp thread is much more specific to questions regarding performance and itty bitty details about amps. You could just copy your post and paste it in to a thread in General AV and people will be respondin' pretty quick.

Who knows? People could find your stuff here but you'll get a lot more traffic moving to another thread. I only saw this because I made a comment on this thread some time ago. Otherwise, I'd never have seen it

I appreciate the reply, been a long time since I've been on any forums :). I'll run with your advice...thank you, sir.
 

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