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Nad C 356BEE
6.2 out of 10

Nad C 356BEE

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Simple and plenty of power

Lincoln L, Crutchfield
4 September 2015
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NAD C 356BEE Amp

371 Olds, Crutchfield
1 April 2015
  • Summary: This is my second NAD amp, and it' just as impressive as the first one. The wattage rating is conservative and the purity of sound is as good as it gets. I don't think you can do better, especially at the price.
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Overall 10
10

I gave it 5 stars for a reason...

Duncan Bradley, Amazon
31 March 2015
  • Summary: Powering PSB Synchrony two speakers that require a lot of juice, this NAD is up to the task. This isn't a world-tackling amp, but it doesn't interfere with my speaker performance. I got the onboard DAC and play my music through the USB on my macbook from lossless files on itunes.
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NAD C 356BEE

Anonymous, Crutchfield
29 January 2015
Overall 10
10

Amp

Gary, Crutchfield
21 August 2014
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Not Disappointed

John D, Crutchfield
14 July 2014
  • Summary: I have a pair of PSBs that where under powered and under appreciated by a middle of the road Yamaha amp. I purchased the NAD C 356BEE and I feel like I am hearing my speakers for the first time. I am filling a pretty big space and I have no problem doing that. Sound is clean, crisp and natural.
  • Pros: Great sound reproduction at low volume. Clean crisp midrange sound.
  • Cons: Not for a heavy bass lover.
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Overall 10
10

Excellent buy

Rufus, Crutchfield
17 March 2014
  • Summary: Got this amp a few weeks ago, and was a little apprehensive that it was very light on tone controls and sound processors. After many hours of listening with vinyl, media players, and NAD's separate AM/FM tuner, I have found that I don't even use the tone controls it comes with.
  • Pros: Perfectly balanced sound and plenty of clean power.
  • Cons: None
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Solid Integrated

AnthonyL, Crutchfield
9 March 2014
  • Summary: Very happy with the unit. It replaces an Outlaw RR2150 that took a surge in a storm. The sound is much less fatiguing than the Outlaw. I am using it with Wharfdale towers, moon LP3 phono preamp, Music Hall 5.1 turntable and it sounds great. I am very pleased with unit.
  • Pros: Clean power, neutral sound.
  • Cons: None
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Overall 10
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Don't hesitate.

Tony A., Crutchfield
26 February 2014
  • Summary: After running what I thought were excellent vintage / semi vintage components (Marantz receiver as preamp to Sony ES power amp) the new NAD C356BEE literally blew up my most optimistic estimation of what a new amplifier would do for my sound quality.
  • Pros: Bass Midrange Treble Dynamics Clarity
  • Cons: Buttons a little difficult to read. Not your most stylish boutique amp but I wouldn't change it for anything the way it delivers sound quality.
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Great sound

WR, Crutchfield
20 February 2014
  • Summary: Awesome integrated amp. I bought this for my father who is really into classical music and he loves it. This was a replacement for a 20 year old B&K Amp and Adcom pre amp that was hooked up to a pair of PSB Silver model tower speakers. The NAD did not disappoint. Sound quality was outstanding.
  • Pros: Great system for under $1000
  • Cons: None
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