WORKS AND SOUND LIKE NEW
Clean, smoke-free
Has original output transistors
Maintenance service done (a must for vintage electronics):
* Cleaned in/out
* All controls/connectors deoxidized/lubed
* Cold solder joints re-flowed with fresh solder
* DC offset adjusted to below 3 mV L/R
* Bias voltages adjusted to 16 mV L/R, per factory specs
(important for amp stability/sound quality)
Imagine iconic , but on on steroids; that's what it is;
was rated Class B in Stereophile magazine, their highest rating for consumer electronics.
Class A is the McIntosh ilk, twenty times this price.
Classic model with incredible headroom, capable of driving difficult loads with ease. Hand built by NAD in Taiwan with discrete audiophile components.
Those 50 Watts per channel (THD less than 0.02%) are very underrated; this thing can drive ANY speakers to very loud levels. The NAD is a high-end piece of equipment with pin-point imaging and great clarity of sound, allowing you to hear every note on the recording.
* Durable metal construction
* Dual-transformer DC design with four main filter caps
* Massive heat sinks
* Pre out / Main In
* Loudness, Low Level, Mono, Infrasonic, Speaker EQ, Record out
* Aux, Tape1, Tape2, Phono, Tuner
* Speakers: A,B, A+B, Off
* Phono MM and MC, with custom settings
* Can be bridged if needed
* Soft-clipping: On/off
* 16 1/2 x 13 x 4" at 23 lbs; slim and heavy
It will cost you over $ to buy an amp with similar performance today.
I've been collecting vintage stereos for a long time, so trades for old Sansui, Akai, Sony, Yamaha, Denon, Tannoy, Kenwood, JBL Pro, Rotel, Marantz, Philips receiver, amplifier, CD player, speakers in any condition will be considered.
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