NAD D 3020 is an AV receiver alternative

The NAD D 3020 hybrid digital amplifier is an AV receiver alternative that could be the ideal device to assist with your home entertainment. Today we are looking at this new system that combines to become an AV receiver alternative, and question whether this is worth the asking price.

Before we go on we thought we would highlight the NAD D 3020 price at $500, and mention the video below, which lasts around 3 and half minutes discussing this as one of the best AV receiver alternatives to come onto the market, although some may not agree.

It has been compared to the TEAC A-H01, and the NAD D 3020 has come out consistently on top, while the video also highlights the NAD D 3020 price at 500 dollars being a little on the expensive side compared to the full sized Sony STR DN 840 available for around $400 with all the inputs.

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With that in mind, the sleek design of the compact 3020 is a decent option, and those wanting to find out more about this product and the NAD D 3020 release date can visit the NAD Electronics website which highlights the 21st Century 3020 with aptX Bluetooth, and the size including the price.

Therefore, those of you looking to get a smaller AV receiver for a compact stereo amp, the NAD D 3020 could be the ideal space saving device. Do you feel this is a bit overpriced for what it is? Check out the video below and let us know your thoughts.

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Written by Marlon Votta

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