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NAD C350

Stereo Integrated Amplifier (2000-01)

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NAD C350

Specifications

Power output: 60 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo)

Frequency response: 20Hz to 20kHz

Total harmonic distortion: 0.03%

Damping factor: 150

Input sensitivity: 325mV (line)

Signal to noise ratio: 96dB (line)

Speaker load impedance: 4Ω (minimum)

Dimensions: 435 x 100 x 290mm

Weight: 7kg

Accessories: remote control

Year: 2000

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Reviewed Jun 25th, 2019 by JayMtl

Firts off: thank you to hifiengine & the people that uploaded the user manual, schematic and service experiences; this literature is NOT available on the official NAD website & is very hard to find.

Just inherited this amp from a friend who has upgraded to one of the awesome Hegel amps + Cabasse speakers. I originally used a NAD T 725 surround amp, which is probably one of the worse NAD products ever made! What a bitch to service that monster too... can't get to the underside of the main board without taking everything apart (no access cover!); plug-in cards that use the cheapest and worse possible board connectors and they are glued at the factory when mated - what a stupid idea except maybe to prevent intermittence and corrosion. If they had used rugged gold-plated quality connectors (even older style gold finger edge connector config) then there would not be problems in the first place. Another gripe: some of the PSU components (at the front right on the main board) are underrated and the design is so bad that everything is in constant overheat mode and eventually quickly destroys the components. I had to add a small 24/7 fan atop the component area to keep things under control.

Anyways, hurray for simplicity and that's why the C350 is cool. Soundwise, everything sounds pretty much the same as before the switch. My only gripe woth the C350 is that it lacks at least one coax & one optical input.

I'll likely do service maintenance on the C350 later on this year, things like changing out the main & standby PSU filter caps and reflow-solder any connections I find that may eventually become intermittent.

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Reviewed Dec 13th, 2017 by wido

I repaired one today: RL501 had a loose contact. Further, the big elco's C403 /404 were in need for a better soldering. That was really all I could find. Looks like new!

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Reviewed Jul 15th, 2017 by traderjdc

Awesome

 

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