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7.7 out of 10

Nad M3 Dual Mono Integrated Amplifier

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Stephen a Audio Enthusiast, Audio Review
15 September 2013
  • Summary: I came across a blind listening in a HiFi shop few months ago, I did not know what amp was being used to drive a pair of ordinary floor standing speakers, the music was so lively presented with pretty rich textures, huge soundstage and detailed bass. I could not stand anymore to ask the shop owner for the amp, and my jaw dropped to the floor when he told me it was a NAD M3 ! I could not believe it is so cheap with such a luxury spec and features !
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Tim Zdrale a Audio Enthusiast, Audio Review
29 September 2012
  • Summary: Fantasitic integrated amplifier! Powerful, built like a tank and beautiful to look at. I have owned the M3 for two years and impressed with the reliability. You would have to spend twice the retail price to equal or exceed it's performance. I have the matching Nad M3 Universal M55 SACD/DVD player and a pair of Consonance Eric 3 speakers and haven't even looked at any other systems.
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clausbb a Audio Enthusiast, Audio Review
28 May 2011
  • Summary: den har lige den power som den skal have jeg kan ikke komme med noget dårligt
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J-B a AudioPhile, Audio Review
10 January 2011
  • Summary: I returned the first M3 I had, because of a faulty display. At that point I wasn't sure if I wanted to stay with NAD, because of all the negative comments about reliability the brand gets so I decided to go for another brand. Got a musical fidelity M6i after that, but I quickly realised this was a big mistake. Not that the M6i is a bad amp, but the M3 just smokes it. The M3 is much more refined. It also has better midrange detail (especially the low-mid!
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Jochen a AudioPhile, Audio Review
10 January 2011
  • Summary: I returned the first M3 I had, because of a faulty display. At that point I wasn't sure if I wanted to stay with NAD, because of all the negative comments about reliability the brand gets so I decided to go for another brand. Got a musical fidelity M6i after that, but I quickly realised this was a big mistake. Not that the M6i is a bad amp, but the M3 just smokes it. The M3 is much more refined. It also has better midrange detail (especially the low-mid!
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Value for money 8
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DavidKS a Audio Enthusiast, Audio Review
25 December 2010
  • Summary: I purchased this integrated after reading many reviews. I use the PSB Gold'i as my loudspeaker. What I liked about the M3, is I began to play some of my older recordings and they sounded pleasing to my ears. So I found myself becoming reacquainted with my Aerosmith CDs. Females vocals also sounded pleasing, and could be cranked loud and not be bothersome, such as my Enya collection. The bass is not quite defined enough for me through these speakers.
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Scott Snyder a AudioPhile, Audio Review
9 October 2009
  • Summary: This integrated AMP has shaken my beliefs about the impact and preamp and/or amp can make in the performance of a stereo system. I do not change my equipment frequently and am rarely prone to highenditis. I was content with the sound of prior amp and preamp; a B & K Pro10mc and a NAD 208THX. I was driven to make a change, for ergonomic reasons.
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trichardlin a AudioPhile, Audio Review
4 October 2008
  • Summary: This is the best amp I've had. My previous amps included Cary (tube, still have it), Plinius, Audio Research, Parasound, etc. I'm using it to drive my Diapason Adamantes III. My front end is a modified Denon DVD 3910 multi-format player. The sound of this amp is articulated and refined. It might be a bit 'inward,' but just a bit. It is generally very engaging and enjoyable. Others already comment on the excellent build quality, and I certainly agree with them.
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martinp24 a AudioPhile, Audio Review
4 April 2008
  • Summary: I had many integrated amps in my life and this one is a particular one. At first sight, the idea of spending big bucks on a NA, wich was for me, a good mid-fi product, wasn't tasteful. When i heard it, you have to understand that this NAD master series have nothing to do with the old NAD that we were used to listen before. First of all, the physical side of the amp is top notch, very solid built and very good looking.
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stephen_fitts a AudioPhile, Audio Review
29 March 2008
  • Summary: This is an exceptional product. The build quality is second to none and the features are useful and easy to access. Fundamentally, this integrated is simply an exceptionally engineered product that easily competes (beats?) Levinson and Krell, etc. The measured performance by Stereophile was nearly flawless.
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