Audiophile Man Reviews the NAD C 368 for Hi-Fi Fans

They say “never judge a book by its cover” and while the NAD C 368 may not catch your eye on first glance, as Audiophile Man’s Paul Rigby discovered this is one amp that will not disappoint.

Using words such as reliable and sturdy, Rigby commends the C 368 for its ability to deliver a strong and stellar performance. When playing Stevie Wonder’s “Love’s in Need of Love Today,” Rigby describes the warmth and rich flavour the C 368 brings to the track. Moving on to Mats Eilersten’s 2016 album Rubicon, Rigby praises the C 368 for allowing the jazz album to reach its full potential.

Taking it back to Marvin Gaye’s 1971 track “Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology),” Rigby details the easiness of connecting to the C 368 via Bluetooth® when he wanted to stream the track from his iPhone 6s. Rigby concludes his review with a strong summary of everything the C 368 brings to the table: “Offering a wealth of features that should satisfy even the most demanding of hi-fi fans with a useful modular approach to expandability, the NAD C 368 provides an open and detailed sonic presentation.”


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