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Video: NAD D 3020 integrated amplifier

A classic amp gets a digital makeover

With a built-in digital-to-analog converter, Bluetooth streaming, and its array of digital inputs, the NAD D 3020 is poised to introduce a new generation of digital music lovers to high-fidelity sound. Nominally an update of their classic 3020 integrated amp from the 1970s and 80s, this is a thoroughly modern design that'll help you get the most out of your digital music.

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NAD's D 3020 integrated amp is a reimagining of their iconic analog 3020 amplifier from the 1970s. The new design takes it into the digital age with Bluetooth streaming, an array of digital inputs, and a digital-to-analog converter capable of high resolution playback.

And the 3020 is small, making a great fit on your computer desk or bookshelf. You can stand it up or lay it on its side. Its asynchronous USB input lets you connect your computer and its music library for bit-perfect digital transfer, and built in Bluetooth supports the high quality aptX codec for crystal clear playback.

MacBook users can connect using a mini optical cable right from their headphone jack. And a built-in headphone amp lets you listen using your favorite pair of headphones. The 3020 gives you high quality audio no matter what source you prefer, and it fits in places larger components won't. If you have any questions on this integrated amp or others we carry, just give Crutchfield a call.

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