Product Type: NAD Amplifiers
Description:Power: 210 Watts / Remote-Control: Yes / Audio-In: 7 / Headphone-Out: Yes / Phono-In: No / Digital-In: No
Newest Review: ... It has oodles of power to efforlessly drive your speakers without even breaking a sweat, but still retains a more softer, ... more
Customer NAD C370 Reviews (4)
by - written on 06/02/07 (Useful, 265 readings)
This amp is outstanding! I have had it hooked up to my Wharfedale P30 and the sound is just stunning. It has oodles of power to efforlessly drive your speakers without even breaking a sweat, but still retains a more softer, delicate side. So as its churning out the bass, the amp doesn't lose any of the musics detail. The treble is crisp while the bass remains tight and punchy! Other advantages of this amp is that you can run 2 pairs of speakers from it. A real bonus if you are powering a pair of speakers in another room. It is also bridgable, and when coupled with its little sister, the C270, the difference is jaw dropping! This amp is excellent ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/11/04, updated on 06/11/04 (Very useful, 4082 readings)
The NAD C370 is fully remote controlled and comes full with the NAD C Series system remote control. The C370 has NAD Link; the remote control will also operate many other NAD products such as CD players, tuners, and cassette decks. The NAD C370 has 7 line inputs and the pre-amplifier part can be split from the power amplifier for easy system upgrades or adding secondary equipment. The C370 sports 2 preamp outputs, and one of them is changeable from 0dB to -12dB. Many systems gain from the use of multiple Power Amplifiers for "Bi-Amping" (this is because by using separate Power Amplifiers to drive the bass and treble section of a loudspeaker) ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/06/02, updated on 09/06/02 (Useful, 2602 readings)
This amp is possibly the best I've owned. It's nicely (if boringly) presented, weighty and assured. I can find nothing negative to say about the way it amplifies a musical signal. In short, NAD have a real winner here. Why then do they spoil everything with misleading packaging? There are 7 line inputs on this amp, two of which are labelled 'CD' & 'Disc' respectively. The problem lies in the term 'Disc'. To anyone over 40 the term 'Disc' means vinyl (yes folks, there was music before the silver disc!)and the prospective punter can be forgiven for making the assumption that this kit has the necessary pre-amplification for MM and/or . Read the complete review
by - written on 17/03/01, updated on 17/03/01 (Useful, 2266 readings)
What a cracking Amp! For the money, this has to be one of THE Hi-Fi bargains of the decade. Following up form the NAD C-350, this is a gutsy, well defined and well balanced amp. While providing the low end grunt when required, it never becomes overbearing. When playing something like Fatboy Slim's "Right here, Right now", the response is fast and punchy, portraying the music in a very dynamic fashion. The treble response is just as special, hitting the highs of the all important crecendos almost effortlessly. Never sounding strained or compressed (except at very high volumes), the sheer control this amp has is quite amazing. The ... Read the complete review
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