Summary: I think the basic specs say it all with this integrated amplifier: 150 of NAD's Full Disclosure Watts per channel with a THD of 0.009%. I like simplicity and I wanted an integrated amplifier that could deliver clean, confident power to my speakers and this amp does just that.
Pros: Plenty of power; 150 watts per channel continuous and up to 230 dynamic power. Very clean power with no distortion anywhere in the frequency range. Nice, understated looks. I should add, in all pictures it looks black, in reality it has a refined dark graphite look.
Cons: I had read some concerns about it running warm. I was surprised that with my 6 Ohm Yamaha speakers it ran warmer than with my 8 Ohm, power-hungry, Polk speakers. Overall though, NAD seems to have done a nice job with discharging that warmth. I have it inside a BDI cabinet that has ventilation ope...
Summary: I just purchased this amplifier in June 2015. It has clean, crisp sound and plenty of power. I use it with an NAD CD player and a Bose sound system and it performs exceptionally well. It's worth the money I spent for it.
Pros: Solidly built, good heavy structure, simple to use. I really like the simplicity of the controls and the design of the rear panel and connections.
Summary: This is my first stereo integrated amp and NAD purchase but I am more than pleased with the product. This amp provides more than enough power to run my Klipsch RF-7ii speakers. The front panel is very simple and the buttons/knobs have a high quality feel.
Pros: Tons of power!
Cons: A backlit remote and a matching blue light for the volume knob would have been nice, but honestly I'm just trying to find something to complain about.
Summary: While I would rate the basic features quite adequate, the as-received quality is not what it should be. After spending some critical listening and troubleshooting time, I found the Accessory Input (I was using for my DAC) has a noticeable gain difference between left and right channels.
Pros: Great basic amp with solid power and features.
Cons: Ongoing quality problems experienced by users - including me.
Summary: I was looking for an integrated amp for my newly acquired B&W CM10 speakers. Read many reviews, and then acquired an NAD C 375BEE, a Peachtree Nova120SE (which I left on for a day), and a Rotel RA-1570. The NAD was the clear winner. It was more musical and felt more lively.