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NAD D 3020 V2

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NAD ignored a number of rules when it released the original D 3020 amplifier.

If using Class D amplification wasn’t enough of a thumbing of the nose to traditional designs, its chassis looked positively futuristic. It stood upright with dimensions wildly unbefitting of ‘proper’ hi-fi. The D 3020 was unlike anything else on

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