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FINALLY HOOKED UP MY OLD NAD 3020e AMP

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Dear Friends

Just got my NAD 3020e connected to some old Bookshelf speakers. Truly sweet sounding amp.
 
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Hello John,

Good to know that, What is the speaker you are using and How long the Amp was not in use :)

Just to know, the robustness of the Old amps
 
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I have four pairs of speakers

Woodstock 5000 series - 8 Ohms rated for 200 W RMS
Onkyo Bookshelf PS -2 - 6 Ohms rated for 80 W RMS
Sansui S 730 - 8 Ohms rated for 80 W RMS
JBL Ti 600 - 8 Ohms rated for 200 W RMS

The NAD 3020 is truly outstanding. Rated for only 25W RMS it can drive almost all speakers without difficulty although I would prefer it to mate with the Onkyo or Sansui speakers as the power rating is safer.

But one should not try this with other amps rated at 25 W as surely it will damage the speakers.

Generally I use my JVC AX- 30 with my Woodstocks and a SANSUI A 1010 amp with my Sansui speakers.

But none can match my NADs sound. Truly outstanding.
 

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Wow, You have nice collection of speakers as well. I was using the NAD with Jbl's it was neutral and the grip they had with speaker was fantastic.
The bass would be punchy and no words to say on Vocal.Since the Hi frequency was not liked I just moved out of NAD.But for the classical music NAD is the best i would say on average budget.
 
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