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Emotiva started with a simple question:

"Why can't we have amazing audio - at prices that don't threaten our mortgage?"

And it was a good question. As high-end audio chased an ever-shrinking market with ever-more-costly gear, the price of sonic nirvana shot out of reach.
Dan Laufman and his team were helping some of the best names in audio manufacture their gear. They saw the prices that other companies were commanding - and most importantly, the inefficiencies of the traditional model of distribution and dealerships.
And so, after decades of making gear for other manufacturers, Dan decided to answer that simple question.He brought his team together and outlined his plan: to completely redefine high-end audio. To rethink every part of the equation. To deliver reference-quality performance, at prices that people could afford again. Dan and his team worked to strip away all preconceived notions of how high-end audio was designed, manufactured, distributed, and sold. They created a new company, with a new business model for a new century, not for 50 years ago.

The result is Emotiva.
NEWS: UPA-500 Five-Channel Power Amplifier | Review by Audioholics

by Gene DellaSala
“The UPA-500 delivers clean, low noise, meaty amplification that will surely bring new life to a whimpering department store A/V receiver.”

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