Gregory from Gahanna, OH on 3/13/2023
Outstanding amp. Powerful. Simple. Smart. Sounds amazing. The BluOS is really nice, although the user must seek out documentation for the BluOS functionality online. A hard copy would be nice to include. Overall, this is top notch.
Pros: Power. Sound. Simplicity. Customizable source menu to hide sources you don't use. BluOS functionality.
Cons: Needs complete BluOS documentation. It's out there, online. But equipment at this level should provide a thorough, hard copy manual.
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NAD C 399 BluOS-D
Darren from Shawnee, KS on 3/30/2022
I think this sounds very good. I am using it with Paradigm Studio speakers which seems to be a good match. I haven't tested the phono stage yet but will soon. 5 stars are based on the streaming BluOS and overall sound. Plenty of power.
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NAD C 399 BluOS-D
William from Lihue, HI on 3/23/2022
I was looking at the M33, but just didn't want to spend that much money. This covers nearly all the bases, but at half the price. Plenty of power and all in one unit. They did not waste any money on looks that's for sure. As Plain Jane as it gets.
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Great Amp, Great Feature Set, Plenty of Power!
Nate from Bay Area, CA on 3/20/2022
Solidly built amp that delivers on all the bells and whistles. Doing a great job driving my pair of Wharfedale Evo 4.4 floorstanding speakers. I've used several sources (NAD CD player, Pro-Ject Evo Carbon turntable and the BluOS app) and I have been quite pleased with all of it. True to form with all NAD products, the quick reference/ set up guide doesn't cover much, so you will need to download the manual if you want a deep dive into functionality. That being said, the UI is quite intuitive and functions just like other amps I've used in the past.
Pros: Plenty of power and inputs Easy to use UI
Cons: None so far, only had it a few days, will update as appropriate
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