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    • Price: AUD 1560
    • Condition: Used - Good
    • State: (ACT) Australian Capital Territory/Australia
    NAD C 368 Hybrid Digital DAC Amplifier with BlueOS 2 Module. Retails new at around $2,600 (or $1,900 without the BlueOS module), though this price is with the newer BlueOS 2i module which adds Airplay This is a fantastic sounding amp with DAC, and comes equipped with the BlueOS 2 MDC module which provides an MQA capable Wifi (and ethernet) streamer supporting Tidal, Qobuz, Spotify & more... I addition to the network streaming capabilites from the BlueOS 2 modules, some of the features of the base amplifier are in no specific order: * 2 Analog line inputs * 1 MM phono input * 2 Coax digital inputs * 2 Toslink (optical) digital inputs * A pre/sub output (pair of RCAs that can be used either as a sub output or a preamp output to an external power amp) * 12V triggers (in and out) * IR in/out jacks for IR repeaters * Headphone front panel jack * 2 sets of speaker outputs (A/B) * Bluetooth NAD "Hybrid Digital" combines an analog path (RCA inputs, built-in MM phono preamp) and a digital path (digital inputs, Bluetooth and MDC BlueOS module) into a Class D amplifier (80W continuous at 4 or 8 Ohms, 120 to 250W dynamic) 80W x 2 Continuous power into 8 or 4 Ohms, Dynamic power is 120W at 8 Ohms 220W at 4 Ohms. It is my understanding of NAD's marketing material that analog inputs remain analog all the way through the preamp to the power amplification stage. The second MDC module slot is free so you can add for example an HDMI interface module for HDMI ARC or similar. The (original) box also includes the power cable, a remote, 2 Bluetooth antennas and the USB Wifi module for the BlueOS MDC. It all works beautifully, it's 5 years old. Selling due to upgrade to a split preamp / power amplifier system
    • Price: AUD 500
    • Condition: Used in Good Condition
    • State: (QLD) Queensland/Australia
    I mainly used it for great stereo sound and for watching a movie with a central channel. I auditioned some modern stereo DACs about a year ago and still thought this pre-amplifier sounded better and so kept it. All channels and inputs work with no faults. The front display is a little dim but remains readable. The front volume knob and Power Button have visible ware. The remote is probably the aspect with the most ware.
  1. Further Information: Amplifier was bought from Westcost Hifi in Perth and it's less than 5 month old, like new, best value for money amplifier on the market. Save yourself a good 1000$ off the price! This is proper stereo powerful amplifier that is Audiophile grade, not some cheap 7. a milion channnel crap. It has a good phono stage so you can run your vinyl record player. Pickup in Kingsley. Specs in the last photo.
  2. I mainly used it for great stereo sound and for watching a movie with a central channel. I auditioned some modern stereo DACs about a year ago and still thought this pre-amplifier sounded better and so kept it. All channels and inputs work with no faults. The front display is a little dim but remains readable. The front volume knob and Power Button have visible ware. The remote is probably the aspect with the most ware.
  3. Budget classic here. Even the geeks at ASR don’t hate it, concluding, “Nice to go back in time and test amplifiers which were simple to understand and simple to measure. The NAD C 320BEE seems to have been competently designed for modest power delivery at a budget price. In that regard, it completely succeeds in its mission.” It will happily power moderately sensitive speakers to ‘neighbour-annoying levels’ with ease. This amp even powered my hungry KEF 104.2’s until I spent $2,000 to give them the extra juice they require to really sing. It’s a very clean and tidy looking amp in the typical NAD dark grey. Sounds great. In perfect working order. Comes with the remote and manual and original jumpers. Some slight fading on the speaker terminals from time but otherwise in excellent condition.
  4. Further Information: My beloved NAD M51 DAC up for sale. Had it a few years now, bought from new. Now replaced by an admittedly better but far more expensive Gustard X26pro. NAD DAC is working perfectly, sounds great and is in excellent condition - Except the remote which isn't So I've included a generic one that works ok. Has loads of inputs and a very good digital attenuator - I ran it directly into my power amp which worked well and easily drove it to max power. Happy to Demo, or can post insured - very strong double boxes and foam packaging so should be fine. Low price to sell ! More info : https://nadelectronics.com/product/m51-direct-digital-dac/ Review : https://www.whathifi.com/nad/m51/review
  5. Further Information: HDMI add on card for various NAD products using the MDC expansion slots. Used for a few months in a C658 Pre/DAC that has just been sold. Will cover postage within Australia.
  6. Further Information: Unique pre with Dirac in excellent condition. All original packaging, remote, microphone and cabling. This one comes with the optional HDM-2 MDC card allowing for source switching/audio etc. Pickup or can work with buyers to arrange freight/insurance at their cost.
  7. Hey everyone, new to the board here and feeling very welcome. I've got an old 1990s NAD 310 integrated amp that I bought while living in Melbourne about 7-8 years ago. The fella who sold it to me stated it was tweaked by a one Richard McDonald, and when I auditioned this little unit I was blown away. At the time, I had dug up what I could find about Richard and his modifications to amps as well as the Quasimodo stuff he built. This little amp left a lasting impression on me, so much so that it was my only possession (along with some PSB Image B5 speakers) that I had shipped when I moved to the USA. My wife and kids had shipped heaps of stuff in comparison, but this was the only thing that mattered to me and I knew I wouldn't be able to replace it. To this day it is still my main (read: only) amp for listening, and it has been running off of a step-up transformer so I can power the 240v unit over here on 120v. What I'm trying to find out is what kind of impedance / wattage this thing is rated for after the mods. I know, I know, I can probably find out by using a multimeter and a specific resistor, but I'm not very savvy with electronics like that and I am afraid I might damage something. Not to mention I don't live anywhere that I can easily buy a decent multimeter or even a package of resistors. I live very deep in the middle of nowhere. The main reason I want to know is because my dear wife has done something unimaginable and bought me a pretty ridiculous set of speakers for Christmas (ridiculous in terms of the standards set forth by my wallet). She did this without asking specs or really anything, and picked them out herself. I'm impressed, gobsmacked, and incredibly grateful. So my question is this: These new speakers are rated at 200w @ 4ohms. Will this little modified NAD fry these new speakers my wife bought for me? I'm afraid to find out the hard way. I likely wouldn't be able to come up with $400 USD for a "reasonable" integrated amp for at least another few months, and I am hoping I'll be able to enjoy these with my family on Christmas. Thanks in advance for reading my rant and ramble, and for any insight or helpful input you can provide.
  8. Further Information: The beast is for sale. M25 7 Chanel power amplifier. Warning this is a power house class A/B. 160W all channels driven - dynamic power, well over 220w per channel. Weight - 43.7KG x probably require two people to lift it. THX Ultra 2 certification. The THX Ultra 2 certified M25 is rated at 160-watts per channel with a rated distortion of 0.03 - All Channels Driven (ACD) simultaneously, from 20Hz to 20kHz.) NAD claims the M25 can deliver its full-rated power, free from distortion for hours on end. Runs cool. The M25 is actually made up of seven individual mono block amplifiers with each channel using a balanced junction FET input stage to eliminate cross-talk, resulting in exceptionally low levels of noise and distortion. Additionally, NAD employs a unique electronic ground isolation circuit to prevent ground loop noise in the system-a common problem with many complex multi-channel systems. https://nadelectronics.com/product/m25-7-channel-amplifier/ scroll to bottom of page to download manual. Reviews here: https://www.techradar.com/reviews/audio-visual/hi-fi-and-audio/cd-players-and-recorders/nad-m25-94730/review https://www.theabsolutesound.com/articles/nad-m15-and-m25-multichannel-controller-and-power-amp/ https://hometheaterreview.com/nad-master-series-m25-7-channel-amplifier-reviewed/ https://www.hometheatershack.com/threads/nad-m15-hd-av-surround-sound-preamplifier-official-thread.22648/
  9. Good morning learned people, I've been contemplating an AVR upgrade for some time & finally decided on the NAD T778. I had reviewed many & short listed those down to the NAD, an Arcam or Marantz. For many reasons my ticklist repeatedly brought me back to the NAD. However, i have 3 questions for you learmed aficionados out there if i may:- 1. Has anyone also been down this similar path & what was your outcome? 2. Does anyone own a T778? I would very much apppreciate your feedback. 3. Does anyone know when NAD are likely to update their models, more explicitly the T778? For the record, whilst i really love a good movie experience, more than most to be fair, my heart is and always will be >100% drawn to quality music. And yes, as my SNA handle may less than subtly attempt to convey, whilst i appreciate low levels of volume, normally with others in attendance, i am by far my true self when being at one with quality music at high volume. This might sound strange to others, albeit i suppose I physically & emotionally feel the music more at >ambient levels whereby I feel euphorically immersed during such occasions. Hope that makes some sort of sense & there are other such strange bipedal mammals out there?! Also, I recently travelled to Melb for the SNA show, thanks for an awesome experience by the way SNA crew, and used the trip to critique my next (1 year) planned purchase following the AVR. Being either a set of Sonus Faber Sonetto III's or B&W 702S's. By the way, you Melbourne folk are literally spoilt for quality audio shops, you lucky things you. Unashamedly, I have been a B&W fan for many decades however read & speaker drooled over the Sonus Fabers more and more over recent years. Unfortunately, or fortunately as the case may be, even though i really believed & wholeheartedly wanted the SF's to blow me away, they didn't. The B&W's were unfreakingbelievable, especially at relatively low volumes. I'm sure that paints my picture well enough & as a result that's certainly enough waffle from me. Many thanks in advance for the time taken to read this possibly longer than average post & also for any subsequent feedback offered! Cheers, Al...
  10. Item: NAD 3020B Stereo Integrated Amplifier Price Range: FREE Item Condition: Used. Purchased June 1985 Extra Info: I would rather it did not go into landfill. Pick up Brisbane.
  11. I've just got hold of a NAD 3140 amp in need of loving repair. This thing has a bit of rust on the top and underneath cover/ panels and is in need of some TLC. hfe_nad_3140_brochure.pdf Not yet cleaned Back panel is not too bad Internals after a bit of a vacuum and brush. VU meter and front panel cleaned a bit nicer. This amp is 40w per channel with dual transformers and 3db of dynamic headroom meaning it could provide short bursts of 80w if needed. It also has soft clipping and SLC. I have a 2nd one coming:). These were originally used bridged together to provide nice 160w into 8ohms or 180w into 4 ohms. With the dynamic headroom coming into play they could produce 260w into 8 ohm or 320w into 4 ohms for brief periods. It is my intention to rebuild these to factory specs and brighten up the cases in the process. Simon
  12. The April 2013 meeting of the Sydney Audio Club sees us once again at Dence Park for an afternoon of fine music and sound and convivial company. Each month, the Sydney Audio Club presents the finest in high end audio systems for our members and guests. It's a bit like a private audio show once a month where you can hear and discuss equipment that you might not otherwise have the chance to audition. And you can bring along your own music to test the capabilities of the system or to just share with like-minded music lovers in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. This month we will have a system comprising of NAD and Tannoy provided by Audio Products (refer to http://www.audioproducts.com.au/) and Len Wallis Audio (refer to http://www.lenwallisaudio.com/). We will also have Scott Collins (Audio Products Marketing Manager) and Himal Jekishan of Audio Products in attendance. For 40 years NAD has been regarded as a market leader in high quality affordable electronics. Today, whilst still producing excellent affordable models, NAD is now recognised around the world as the manufacturer of some of the world's most advanced digital audio products. At the club meeting, we will presenting its acclaimed Masters Series models. From the NAD Masters Series, Len Wallis Audio is kindly providing a M2 Direct Digital Amplifier (2 x 250W) which has received many awards and accolades including a ‘Product of the Year’ award from The Absolute Sound. (Refer to http://www.lenwallisaudio.com/products/amplifiers/integrated-amplifier/m2 and http://www.audioproducts.com.au/ProductInfo.aspx?pid=M-2). The M2 integrated amplifier will be driving a pair of Tannoy Definition DC8T’s which are the result of the refinement of over 80 years of audio heritage. The Definition series feature Tannoy’s Dual Concentric™ design which positions the tweeter at the centre of the cone to yield outstanding time coherence and true point source articulation with no energy loss through the crossover region. (Refer to https://audioproducts.com.au/ProductInfo.aspx?pid=DEFDC8TB) The main front-end will be a NAD C 546BEE CD Player (refer to https://audioproducts.com.au/ProductInfo.aspx?pid=C546BEEG). There will also be a NAD M51 Direct Digital DAC on hand (refer to https://audioproducts.com.au/ProductInfo.aspx?pid=M-51). The second half of the music sessions will be our popular BYO. Members and guests are welcome to offer music to share with us all. So bring along your favourite music on CD (or CD/SACD hybrid) or flash drives. Sorry, no vinyl this month. All we ask is that the music and recordings be interesting. We'll ask you to tell us a little about the artist/recording before it is played. Tracks over 6 minutes will be faded out, to give everyone a fair go. Whether you are a novice or a seasoned veteran, you will have the opportunity to listen, learn and share your experiences with others of a similar mind. Members and Guests welcome – we are a very friendly club so you don't need to know anyone to join us for an afternoon of fine music and sound. We will welcome you at the door. Venue: Epping Creative Centre Address: 26 Stanley St, Epping When: Sunday 14th April Doors open 1pm Meeting starts at 2pm Best regards, Tom Waters President Sydney Audio Club www.sydneyaudioclub.org.au tomwaters@sydneyaudioclub.org.au On behalf of Tom and the Sydney Audio club Inc. O.Sydney
  13. Hey everyone, Updated my stereo setup to a NAD C375BEE the other day, picked it up off gumtree for just $600 with only about 20 hours on it. This thing is still going for about $1600+! Anyway, sounds great, works great. However it does get quite hot (nearly too hot to touch) especially on the left side (where one of the two heatsinks are) even when listening at a low level. Is this normal? Thanks
  14. Hey, I am deciding between a NAD PP2i and a Cambridge Audio 551p, both of which i can get for around $150. What is the better preamp? Thanks
  15. Has anyone got any experience with the recent range of NAD receivers? I like the idea of the Modular Design Construction (MDC). With the rate that tech changes, I figure having some way to update components down the line couldn't be a bad thing, or is this a marketing ploy that I should be wary of? I'm looking at replacing the bulk of my system over the next few months, and while it will largely be for music, home theatre is definitely something I want to consider. With that in mind, if you think something like a T757 or T777 is a bit of overkill and have other suggestions, I'm all ears. Cheers,
  16. Melbourne Audio Club monthly meeting - Bluesound - Not Your Average Wireless Multizone Audio 8pm Wednesday 21st October, visitors welcome. Willis Room, City of Whitehorse Offices Maroondah Highway (Whitehorse Road), Nunawading Melway Map 48 Ref G9 Contact: 9437 1249 The designers at NAD and PSB have come up with a brilliant solution to the problem of high-res, whole-house audio that combines superb sound reproduction with twenty-first century connectivity. With six models in the Bluesound Gen 2 line up, the brands products are a significant step-up from Sonos and Bose, with all models capable of 24-bit/192 kHz music decoding and playback. This month's meeting we will have Convoy, the distributors for Bluesound, demonstrating two of their products. The Power Node 2 ($1499) and Vault 2 ($1999) both units offer similar functionality. Streaming audio from computers and NAS drives, Internet Radio and cloud -streaming services such as Tidal. The Power Node 2 streamer/amplifier uses Direct Digital amplifier technology, developed by NAD, to deliver 60W per channel. Speakers can be connected directly to the unit to create a room 'zone', all controlled with your tablet or smartphone. The star of the Bluesound line up is the Vault 2, a CD ripper with 2TB of storage built in, with the ability to rip CDs in bit-perfect lossless FLAC without the need for a computer. It can search music from NAS drives or USB connected hard drives, as well as play back music to an existing Hi-Fi system via its stereo outputs or a coaxial digital out. With the Bluesound app and a tablet, you have the capability to add to your high-res music collection by downloading directly from Highresaudio Online Stores onto the Vaults hard drive. Convoy will put together a system comprising of B&W speakers, a pair of CM6 S2s and the matching 10 inch subwoofer. The Bluesound system will demonstrate how mature this form of audio has become - the wireless transmission of music was once viewed as a novelty - it is now possible to do music over Wi-Fi up to 24-bit/96kHz, better than CD. With the slogan 'Hi-Fi never went away, it just never went wireless' Bluesound will appeal to a new group of audiophiles, will that be you? Nick Karayanis Proxy proxy Program Co-ordinator / Vice President Ken Tripp Wise and Wonderful Webmaster Melbourne Audio Club, Inc. http://www.melbourneaudioclub.org.au
  17. Hi All, Posted a thread early last year about some Audio equipment that i inherited: 2 X AR-LST's (Pictures attached) NAD Monitor Series Stereo Tuner 4300 NAD Stereo Pre-Amplifier 1155 NAD Stereo Power Amplifier 2200 Unfortunately I really don't have an extensive knowledge of stereo equipment so i would really like this equipment to go to someone who is a collector or is looking for a restoration project. All the equipment is in working order, though from what i have read, the speakers will need a bit of a refurb. The problem being that i'm unsure what a reasonable offer on this equipment would be. I have seen the LST's fetch prices over $1,000 but again, im not sure what condition these are in compared to others that have sold. Someone has offered $250 for the lot - my feeling is that he is trying to decieve me. Id really appreciate some help or advice on this - i know my grandpa paid top dollar for them when brand new. Thanks all
  18. Melbourne Audio Club monthly meeting - A QualiFi night: NAD, JAMO, PSB 8pm Wednesday 15th April, visitors welcome. Willis Room, City of Whitehorse Offices Maroondah Highway (Whitehorse Road), Nunawading Melway Map 48 Ref G9 Contact: 9437 1249 This month's meeting we have the pleasure of QualiFi presenting to the club two hi fi systems. NAD electronics with JAMO speakers and MARANTZ with PSB speakers. These quality brand names will be familiar to most. System one will comprise of NAD's flagship electronics, the M12 Digital Preamp DAC with the M22 Stereo Power Amplifier. The M12 isn't a typical DAC and it isn't a typical preamplifier. Built for the future, the M12 is an ultra-high resolution digital audio hub with audiophile grade features. NAD's Direct Digital processing and class-A buffer guarantee real time 24-bit accuracy. The M12 interfaces with all digital or analogue musical sources, 24/192 Asynchronous USB, coaxial or optical, balanced and single ended line level inputs. The matching power amp, the M22 uses the latest nCore amplifier technology licensed from Hypex. Employing the latest generation of digital Power Drive, the M22 is capable of 300W dynamic power per channel into 8 ohms, and 600W into 2 ohms. Partnering this system will be JAMO's Concert Series speakers, the C109. This new model was introduced to the Australian market, at the Melbourne Hi Fi Show in October 2014. The C 109 features a 3-way bass reflex design. This floor standing speaker uses two 7-inch woofers, a 7-inch midrange driver and a 1-inch decoupled tweeter. The silk dome tweeter is surrounded with an Anti-Diffraction Waveguide to improve off-axis response. The 7 inch drivers use a Hybrid Composition Conical Cone, providing the stiffness and strength of aluminium, with the transient response and smoothness of wood fibre. The meeting will continue with a second system comprising of Marantz electronics and PSB speakers from Canada. At the time of this article, the components for this second system were still to be finalised. I'm hoping to have the SA 8005 SACD player with the matching amplifier, as well as the PSB Imagine T2 speakers. I'm sure QualiFi will have two excellent systems for us all to appreciate. Nick Karayanis CARETAKER Program Co-ordinator Ken Tripp Wise and Wonderful Webmaster Melbourne Audio Club, Inc. http://www.melbourneaudioclub.org.au
  19. Hi All. After a couple of hours of reading through the Head-Fi section here on SNA, I may have narrowed down to what I could be after. My preferred budget is $300 - $500 Max. These are the candidates: - B&W's P7 - AKG Q701 / K702 - HiFiMan HE500 - Sennheiser Momentum Over-Ear - NAD Viso + Up to any suggestions. In most cases I am unable to test before purchase. Happy to purchase Second Hand or New. No Particular Genre' of music listening. Will be using an iPhone 4 for most of the listening. Possibly also Marantz 1060 Console Amp Headphone section - Advisable ? (Only until I can get together a budget for a Headphone Amp). Currently listening to B&W's P3 Headphones. I am enjoying them too, but after reading all the Praises for B&W's P5 + P7, I am clearly missing out on lots. All thoughts are greatly appreciated. Dek,
  20. Anyone compared them yet? Should I pre-order an M51 or just relax and hold onto my Ref 7.1 until there's enough M51s around to have a proper listen? Audio Nervosa+++
  21. Greetings All, I am looking to upgrade my stereo hifi system to a 5.1 or 7.1 home theatre system. Currently I own a NAD C370 Stereo Amplifier with Mission M74 floor standing stereo speakers. I am considering a Yamaha Aventage or Denon home theatre A/V receiver for surround sound, but would like to maintain the same or better audio quality I am enjoying with my current NAD amplifier. I realise I have the option of retaining the NAD amplifier for my stereo audio and buying a separate A/V receiver for video, however as my space is limited, I would also like to use my existing Mission stereo speakers as part of my home theatre configuration. I am after two pieces of advice: 1. Any recommendations for an A/V receiver to match or exceed the audio quality of the old NAD C370? 2. Can I mix home theatre rear, centre and sub woofer speakers with my Mission M74 pair? If so, any recommendations for a value for mone but quality speaker set up? Looking forward to your advice! ChilliMonkey P.S. The style of music I listen to with my current hifi set up is classical, jazz, instrumental and folk/world music, mostly.
  22. Item: Either NAD C658 or 399 (with BluOS streaming Module installed) Price Range: Negotiable, but trying not to spend too much at this time e.g NAD M33 too much etc. Item Condition: New or Used Extra Info: Looking to buy one of any of the above or an Integrated amp or Pre-amp with room correction and streaming.. as far as I know only products like the NADs' (and maybe Lyngdorf) have both streaming and room correction software all-in-one. Cheers!
  23. Item: Multi-Channel Amplifier - 5-7 channels Price Range: $800-$1900 Item Condition: New or Used Extra Info: Finally looking to go separates and I am looking for a 5-7 multi-channel amplifier. Given the rarity of these popping up I'm going to keep the brand general and work with what may be available. But amps from the usual suspects such as Elektra, Arcam, NAD, Anthem. W4S, Rotel etc. are on the radar. If you have one surplus to your needs let me know. ​Happy to pay for freight, I'm on the Sunshine Coast.
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