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NAD C730 2 Channels Receiver
1 Reviews
rating  4 of 5
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Description: The NAD C730 completely redefines how much performance and versatility can be built into an economy receiver. It sounds superb, and comes with amenities such as RDS station identification, two tape loops, and 30 tuning pre-sets. NAD receivers have always stood out from the rest, as the engineers never compromised the quality of a receiver compared to that of separate components. The C730 is an excellent illustration of this philosophy. The performance of the amplifier and tuner sections exceeds that of many other separate components and equals that of NAD separate components. The C730 is fully remote controlled and comes supplied with the NAD C Series system remote control. And because the C730 also has NAD Link, the remote control will also operate many other NAD products such as CD players, tape decks, and tuners. Other design features include a generous power supply with overrated output devices that further lead to low noise and low distortion for the entire amplifier. Although the protection circuitr...


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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by niles300z a Audio Enthusiast

Date Reviewed: April 20, 2010

Bottom Line:   
This unit is currently surprising me. It may not be warm sounding , but it is contemporary at least. I replaced my beloved B & K Pro-5 with this unit to check the quality of the preamp as I realized the power section is not it's strong point. This is the way to use this amp. Pipe in some good power. Finally, the details that were there are now more prominent and powerful, but the modern circuitry can still provide that clean,polite,controlled,enjoyable NAD tone. To boot, you get a decent tuner with a neat little info service chip to tell you the station, band, and title which is handy. Nice banana plugs on the back. Once again, there are some reliability issues, but I still come back to NAD over and over since the 2200 amp( a brute), 3020, 1155, C515BEE etc. Way to go.

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