Yes I have. The problem is that pins 50 and 52 have been assigned to another module.
So you saw those threads?
Perhaps, to help isolate the problem, you should get the Emic 2 module working on it's own, on pins 50 and 52 as others have done.
Then once you know that everything is working OK, you can try changing pins, comfortable in the knowledge that everything else is OK. Once you have it working on the pins you want, you can then re-introduce any other modules.
When starting out with a module you haven't used before, it's always a good idea to test it independently, in a bare-bones sketch. That way, it's much easier to sort out any problems that occur.
Edit: Of course, posting your code here might help, too. :)