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Nad-c-275bee-181763.2727801
8.6 out of 10

Nad C 275BEE

The NAD C275BEE power amplifier delivers 150 watts of stereo or Read more

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Overall 10
10

Clean sound

KrisK, Crutchfield
21 July 2013
Overall 10
10

nice amp

tridosko, Crutchfield
5 October 2012
  • Summary: Love this amp - what else can you say
  • Pros: clean , warm sound with power to spare . Great value at the price point . Would certainly buy this one again ! Great combo with the NAD pre-amp
  • Cons: not one complaint here
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Overall 10
10

Works like a charm

BobS, Crutchfield
5 October 2012
Overall 6
6.0

Open Box AMP not up to it

Sorval, Crutchfield
18 July 2012
  • Summary: I gave the product 3 stars just because of its excellent reputation. However, I bought an open box amp hoping to save a few bucks, but it never worked philosophically or physically. I bought the amp because I was starting to hear noise coming from the center channel of my 5.1 system (Integra 40.1 processor, 3 Adcom 545II amps, front channel Polk LSi 9's, rear channel Polk LSi 7's , center channel Polk LSi C, Velodyne subwoofer, and 2 Monster Power conditioners).
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Overall 10
10

NAD C 275BEE is an excellent choice

PaulS, Crutchfield
18 July 2012
  • Summary: I bought the NAD amp to replace my very old Phase Linear 400 which finally died. I am completely satisfied with the NAD. The amp is well built, looks great and sounds fantastic. After connecting the amp I liked the sound immediately. I noticed a huge improvement in my system's clarity and the NAD has given me a new appreciation of my stereo . I highly recommend this unit.
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Overall 10
10
Value for money 10
10

User Review

Nicolás a Audio Enthusiast, Audio Review
18 May 2011
  • Summary: I bought this power amp to bi-amp my infinity kappa7. It feed the bass circuit. What a diference!! Before the kappa was conect on a unic 372 and now the music has completly opened and the image is more clear. The bass is on top the speaker can do, fast and deep.
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Overall 10
10

NAD C 275BEE

DanH, Crutchfield
18 May 2011
  • Summary: In the process of revamping my system I sadly found that my Denon POA-2200, that I purchased back in 1987, had gone on the fritz. I had just recently purchased the NAD C 165BEE preamp so I opted to purchase its sister amp, the NAD C 275BEE. I honestly could not be happier with this combination. I have the amp driving a pair of Klipcsh RB61 bookshelves and with this combo you would swear you were listening to a pair of 80Lb floor standing units.
  • Pros: Everything, especially the price.
  • Cons: none
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Overall 10
10

NAD convert

Sled guy, Crutchfield
25 October 2010
  • Summary: I recently added a NAD 275BEE to my NAD 758 to power the front Definitive 8060's. My home needs full power to fill the room. The combination of these units is flowing and incredible. The NAD's have a warmth and clarity that exceeds my expectations. The 275 is configurable to match the volume other speakers that are driven by the 758. The setup was easy, quick and works perfectly! After trying other amps, I am finally a "happy camper"!
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Overall 10
10

Well Worth It!

Brent, Crutchfield
25 October 2010
  • Summary: Researched 2-3 years to replace AMP I bought in 1985 at NATO exchange Naples. Hitachi 100 watts THD .0005 driving front Klipsch Heresys {100 wt. 300 peak} & rear Klipsch RF IIs {150/600}. I use no tone control and Digital DBX, not for expansion but Impact restoration for older recordings or those that need some Bass oomph. Around 80 watts highs blurred and sounded muddled.
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Overall 10
10

Nice Moderately Priced Stereo Amp

EssDee, Crutchfield
25 October 2010
  • Summary: When I needed to replace my aged Adcom amp, I was dismayed to see few offerings in the $750-1500 price point in "200"W stereo amps. Lots of mortgage-breaker stereo amps and gazillions of affordable multi-channel amps. Did some research and found a couple candidates, and the NAD rose to the top.
  • Pros: High quality, fairly priced, nice clean design Nice clean sound
  • Cons: none other than not available in silver/aluminum finish
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