Written on: 17/03/2013
Ditto from the last reviewer I have a Nad C320 as well. it is superb. With Grado SR 80! headphones' I hear detail I never heard before. I am Using The Nad with a Rocksan K2 CD player and Atlas equator as connector My speakers are Monitor Audio Silver S1 on Fisual Dynami Speaker stands Filled with £3 bag of Cat litter from Asda honest.. with unbranded clear speaker cable. My main system is Roksan k2 amp and CD do not ask me to compare between the two amps I cant.. The Nad is as… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/04/2007 by peterhuppertz (4 reviews written)
The NAD C320 amplifier outperforms many competitors rating at twice the wattage. It has sufficient headroom to drive averagely demanding loudspeakers - it goes on packing punch where many amps rated at twice the output power run out of steam.
And it does so without harming the music in any way. It's a little gem. It won't shake the plaster off your ceiling, but it will do very very well when playing most any music at sensible levels.
I bought this for my mother, and she was mighty chuffed… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/06/2008 by AToReX (1 review written)
The gives NAD C320 BEE great sound.I recently bought NAD 320 BEE amp. I drive NAD with Technics SB-T200. Bass is very good. It drives easily these speakers. Lovely music performance… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/01/2008 by Chris99 (3 reviews written)
The best entry level integrated amplifier, no one can do better. I have been using it already 3 years. The assembly quality and sound is what others do for 1000$. Much more better than toys from Marantz, Denon, Rotel, Cambridge Audio and Harman/Kardon. The bass and midrange are wonderful.
Really impressive!… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/12/2007
This amplifier is great, its sound quality is superb, its easy to handle and use. I wish it had more features in the output-area.But all-in-all, it's a great amplifier… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/02/2007 by Michaelt (1 review written)
Great sound using 70s/80s Tanberg speakers with Cellestion 12" drivers, I do think manufacturers should consider built in head phone preamp with volume con so the speakers do not automatically switch off, such as myself with impared hearing turning up the volume too high for other listeners in the room, also microphone socket is always useful, also it would be nice to have some sort of indication of how much watts are being pumped into the speakers, not just by volume only,
In… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/01/2007 by steseagull (1 review written)
Had my Nad amp and C320 CD Player for a few months and they have improved over time. Not jaw droppingly amazing but great entry level. Buying some mission speakers to replace some borrowed eltax so could improve more… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/10/2006 by pipjen32 (5 reviews written)
I tried this amp before I bought my Rega Brio, and I was thoroughly disappointed - almost agog by how over-rated it was. Yes I'd done the research, no I most definitely am NOT a snob, but I really wasn't prepared for just how mediocre the NAD C320 BEE amplifier proved to be.
Very low quality feel and average sound quality. I sent it back after the pain of hearing my beloved musical favourites treated with such apathy became too much. Sorry to all you NAD fans… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/11/2005 by Chris99 (3 reviews written)
I have been using the integrated amplifier NAD C320BEE for 3 months. The standard look of the amplifier is good for me, and is real Hi-FI. The ratings of the C320BEE are honestly matching to its power consumption (2x50W - 230v, 1.5A). I have opened the case and found out that the amplifier has a very clever design inside, and good quality assembly. The toroidal transformer, big filter capacitors, and components are of good quality, and everything is done properly, with high respect to NAD. The… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/02/2005 by fricold (1 review written)
I have compared it with Musical Fidelity A3 and my opinion is that the NAD C320BEE is "a gas ".
A big improvement in good technology versus the price you pay for it.
Go and buy one!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/08/2004 by nareshn (1 review written)
Using the NAD 320BEE with Vifa Drivers. Probably the first time I have stopped using bass/treble on the Amp!… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/01/2004 by Manek (2 reviews written)
NAD C320 BEE is a beautiful little amp with loads of reserve power. Can drive almost any speaker accurately. Great for people who want to enter the world of hi-fi.
NAD I'm you fan for life !!!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/06/2003 by Rob. (1 review written)
I've had this NAD C320 BEE since it was released around 9 months ago. I auditioned this amplifier against both Arcam (A65) and Sony equipment, and chose it for it's all-round ability and excellent sound quality. The Arcam edges it on detail and overall refinement, but at almost £150 cheaper, the NAD does a superb job.
The C320 BEE has plenty of power under the hood, and can drive a wide range of floorstanders up to deafening levels with alarming ease - it also comes with pre-outs if you feel… Read Full Review
" This is one of the best sansui amplifier build,for the sound " Read More
" This amp is truly amazing " Read More
" Great Great amp " Read More
" Acustic solutions 101 " Read More
" Great tube amp for anybody A+ " Read More