NAD Electronics D 3020 V2 Hybrid Digital Amplifier

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I would ask over at AVS

Just not enough traffic here for those nuances.

That said, I would consider buying one when I update part of my first floor Happy

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Thanks Pepe7 !

Ya gonna pinch me for cross posting LOL
EDIT ...Nevermind ....

Moderator Edited: Fixed Message Title.

Post was last edited on July 3, 2019 12:32 PM PDT

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That's Pepe7.

I can edit if you wish.

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go ahead and edit

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Nice setup.

As to the top question, I know that I can't hear those differences. Maybe the under 30 crowd can?

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Me too

It didn't allow for the sub or center channel so had to do to something else. Spending $$$ again! At least I got most things on sale

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I made a little change

I decided instead of a 3.2.1 system , I would go with a 5.1 system so I added These front speakers  and changed the amplifier to This  . I never had surround sound before . This should be a spunky ,not top of the line system that I can switch between the Roku TV and my computer
P.S , Returning the Marantz due to lower RMS

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