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Description:PRE-AMP SECTION
Phono input:
Input impedance (R and C): 47kOhms / 200pF
Input sensitivity, 1kHz: MM 2.5mV ref. 0.5V
Signal/Noise ratio (A-weighted with cartridge connected): MM 77dB ref. 5mV
THD (20Hz - 20kHz): <0.1%
RIAA response accuracy (20Hz - 20kHz): 0.5dB

Line level inputs:
Input impedance (R and C): 20kOhms / 500pF
Input sensitivity (ref. 1W): 165mV
Maximum input signal:>10V
Signal/Noise ratio (A-weighted ref 1W): 91dB
Frequency response (20Hz - 20kHz): 0.5dB

Line level outputs:
Output impedance: Pre-amp 220 Ohms | Tape Source Z + 2kOhms | Phones 220 Ohms
Maximum output level: Pre-amp>12V | Tape>10V | Phones>500mV into 8 Ohms

Tone controls:
Treble: 7dB at 10kHz
Bass: 10dB at 50Hz

POWER AMP SECTION
Continuous output power into 8 Ohms*: 35 Watts (17dBW)
Rated distortion (THD 20Hz - 20kHz): 0.03%
Clipping power (maximum continuous power per channel): 42 Watts
IHF Dynamic headroom at 8 Ohms: +5.5dB
IHF dynamic power: 8 Ohms: 120 Watts (21dBW)
(maximum short term power per channel): 4 Ohms 160 Watts (23dBW) | 2 Ohms 200 Watts (23dBW)
Damping factor (ref. 8 Ohms, 50Hz):>100
Input impedance: 18kOhms / 560pF
Input sensitivity (for rated power into 8 Ohms): 1V
Frequency response (20Hz - 20kHz): +0.3dB
Signal/noise ratio: ref. 1W 102dB | ref. rated power 117dB
THD (20Hz - 20kHz): <0.03%

* Minimum power per channel, 20Hz - 20kHz, both channels driven with no more than rated distortion.
Dimensions:420 x 108 x 320mm (Width x Height x Depth)
Weight:6.4kg
Year:Mar 1993 - Oct 1996

Rating:9.33 out of 10
Votes:3
Views:9,343
Website:NAD

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Reviews

By: Phillip
"Great Sounding Amplifier"
4 out of 5 16th September 2019
Great sounding Amp for the money... Plagued thou by the usual MAD cost cutting built in dry joint syndrome...Almost as new dry joints built into this amplifier due to minimal solder being used in manufacture.....For about 10 years from the mid 90's to the mid 2000's I can't remember any NAD amplifier being free form this curse...Pity as a lot of customers got fed up with the reliability of this company being so bad...as it was a good sounding amplifier (and is if you have a good example or its been resoldered) equaling amplifiers costing much much more. ...pleasant sounding with good dynamics and always about to "speak the music without sounding too hifi"which is about as good a comment as it needs...Not a thoroughbred but a good healthy design that sounds musical.
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