D 3020 V2: NAD Enhanced Its Best-Selling Digital Integrated Amplifier.

D 3020 V2: NAD Enhanced Its Best-Selling Digital Amplifier.

Source: Press Release, Last Accessed: 2018/01/09

NAD Electronics announced a new and improved digital amplifier, the D 3020 V2. The original D3020, the company’s best-selling amplifier was updated with cosmetic refinements and, by popular request, the addition of a moving magnet phono input, while its price has lowered. According to the press release, drawing on their decades of analogue know-how, NAD engineers designed the phono stage for the highest-possible performance, featuring accurate RIAA equalization, ultra-low noise and an infrasonic warp filter. The D 3020 V2 is available for immediate delivery at $399, $100 lower than its predecessor.
The D 3020 V2 accommodates inputs for your computer, along with other digital and analogue sources, including the newly added MM phono input. Coaxial and optical inputs allow many different digital sources to be connected, from CD and DVD disc players to set-top boxes like Apple TV or satellite and cable receivers. There are also analogue inputs for iPods and older non-digital audio components such as FM tuners. New to the D 3020 V2 is also a full-range preamp output for added connection flexibility. NAD also includes a premium-quality headphone amplifier output that includes a high-quality volume control.
The D 3020 V2 features wireless Bluetooth capability and can stream music from smartphones, tablets and laptops and even supports the highest-audio-quality Bluetooth codec, aptX, that is becoming more and more popular for its excellent sound quality and low power consumption compared to Wi-Fi, the company states. NAD stresses that, although power output may sound modest, at 30 watts per channel, the D 3020 V2 can drive real loudspeakers to satisfying levels without adding noise or distortion. Its highly efficient design wastes less energy, resulting in extended component life and increased reliability. Standby power consumption is <0.5W.

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