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NAD D 3020
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I want a review...........looks awesome
As mentioned elsewhere, I'd love to see this as part of a group test. Something like:
Nad D 3020
I'm sure it could be arranged However, first up will be a First Test in the November issue of the mag, on sale Sept 25th.
Andy Clough is Brand Editor of What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision and whathifi.com
Will look forward to it
Nice. Looking forward to reading about what it sounds like.
Main system: Mac Mini 2011 > HRT II+ DAC • Cyrus 2 & PSX • Cyrus tuner • MS 10i speakers [on loan]
Also cluttering-up the place: Thorens TD160 (no cart) • Marantz CD 63 mkII KI & PM66 KI • Technics SL-P777 • Nakamichi DR-1
Has there been any sighting of the D 3020's bigger sibling: the D 7050?
First review is out
(in Dutch though)
there is a link to 'English' added on the mentioned site
Yamaha RX-497 & CDX-397mk2 | Q Acoustics 2010i
Very interesting. I'd love to hear this new NAD driving my Dali Zensor 3s. I reckon this could be the next step for my system. As long as the sound is as the review states, this is far more exciting than the new Marantz PM6005.
Rega RP3/White Belt/Elys2 - Pioneer A-30 - Dali Zensor 3. (+ Denon DCD720AE for CDs)
Pioneer PL12D II - Sansui AU2200 - Wharfedale Diamond 9.1 (+ Philips CD840 for CDs)
I agree, the new Marantz seems to be a non-event.
Arcam Solo Mini/Monitor Audio RX1/Cambridge Audio 751BD/Samsung 37” LCD
The lack of USB input is a huge error IMO. Even if it was £400 but it had USB and an extra optical input it would make much more sense.
Manufacturers have to start getting the connectivity right on their amps. I think most people are likely to want digital and analogue inputs these days and I'd say USB for direct connection from a computer is a must-have, as well as the optical and co-axial digital connectivity.
please check the new Yamaha R-N500 stereo receiver. I thnik that this stereo receiver has the digital and USB connectivity that you mentioned and that it should be implemented soon in new equipment by other brands.
what a surprise, $499 in the US, (£314) and £399 here, given these are made in the PRC, mind asking the distributors why??
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