Nad c370 Amp

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Anonymous

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Erm, none as yet! Complete novice, just wanted a better sound than my crappy 2.1 computer speakers! Looking at getting wharfdale diamond 9 as they've been recommended, I'll be using my ipod connected by aux(??) don't have need for a cd player.
 

plastic penguin

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Fair enough. Yep, at the price its worth going for. Although I'm not a big Nad fan, for that price, you can't really go wrong. As regards the Wharfedale speakers, I've long been a huge fan and the 9.0 and 9.1 are cracking speakers.
 
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This is a great amp, plenty of power and a great sound. I originally had a Roksan Kandy L111 but it just fatigued me listening to it. I replaced it with the C370 (£170 ebay). A big improvement in my system.

You can easily sell it for more if you don't like it
 
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Bert Puttocks:What do you mean? It's my real name


Cool! I'd love to have a spoonerismist name!
 
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fjones101:Is it any good? Have seen it for £65

For your first hi-fi, you'll absolutly love it. As for the Wharfedale Diamond 9.1s, they are brilliant!
 
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"Nad c370 Amp

Is it any good? Have seen it for £65"

If you are referring to the C370 on everyones favoUrite auction site, it will probably go for £200 +

It's a great value even at that price though.
 
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I've tried out the c352 and c370.

NAD amps have a kind of monotonal, flat 'bracken' sound to them. Not a lot of detail, even for budget equipment.
 

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