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Black Friday hi-fi deal: Save on five-star NAD stereo amplifier for Black Friday

It may look like a wi-fi router, but this NAD D 3020 V2 is actually a compact, DAC-toting stereo amplifier. And a very good one at that. 

We're pleased, then, that readers can save £50 on it for Black Friday. Sevenoaks' £50-off deal brings the price from £399 down to just £349.

NAD D 3020 V2 stereo amplifier

NAD D 3020 V2 stereo amplifier £399 £349 at Sevenoaks
With optical, coaxial and RCA inputs, a phono stage for turntable hook-ups, and a full-bodied performance capable of fine timing and dynamics, this five-star amp is all the better for its price drop. Deal ends 26th November.

This NAD tries – and succeeds – to be as versatile as ever. NAD has kitted the amp out with a moving magnet phono stage, with those turntable inputs sharing the rear of the unit with connections for optical, coaxial and RCA. Bluetooth also provides a wireless means to connect your source.

Sound-wise, the presentation is tonally even, with great body to the sound, and its combination of timing and dynamics makes it a true entertainer. 

The original version won a What Hi-Fi? Award, and this V2 lives up to its predecessor’s hype. Those looking for a Black Friday stereo amplifier may not be spoilt for choice, but arguably there's no need to be when deals like this come around.

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Becky is Hi-Fi and Audio editor of What Hi-Fi?, and has been part of the team for almost eight years, with her current position preceded by roles as a staff writer and news editor. During that time she has been fortunate enough to travel the world to report on the biggest and most exciting brands in hi-fi and consumer tech (and has had the jetlag and hangovers to remember them by). In her spare time, Becky can often be found running, watching horror movies and hunting for gluten-free cake.