March 20, 2018 Next Four Ways to Get the Most Out of the D 3020 V2 Share In 1978, NAD Electronics introduced the world to the NAD 3020. Unbeknownst to anyone at the time, this modest-looking stereo integrated amplifier would makes its way into millions of homes and become one of the best-selling amplifiers in audio history. Nearly four decades later, NAD is honouring their legacy with the D 3020 V2, a Class D digital amplifier that delivers 30W per channel of audiophile quality sound to any pair of bookshelf speakers.Built with a high-quality 24/192 DAC, and ready for both digital and analogue sources, the D 3020 V2 can connect to almost anything-cable boxes, streaming devices, CD and Blu-ray players. It also has a MM phono stage and is compatible with most all turntables so you can kick back and enjoy the warm, detailed sound of your record collection with RIAA equalization.Here are just some of the ways in which you can enjoy your favourite music and soundtracks at home with the D 3020 V2. VinylNAD has always appreciated the warmth of vinyl, and that’s why the D 3020 V2 features a MM phono input and allows you to connect a turntable for vinyl playback. With the D 3020 V2, vinyl lovers now have an amp that can effortlessly accommodate their growing record collections. TVWant to hear detailed sound while watching TV? Simply connect your bookshelf speakers to the D 3020 V2, program your IR remote, and turn the volume up on clear, crisp sound. You can even add a powered subwoofer and really bring out the dynamics of your favourite shows and movies. TV audio never sounded so good. StreamingRegardless of whether you prefer Apple Music or Spotify, the D 3020 V2 makes streaming seamless thanks to aptX™ Bluetooth®. Simply select the music service of your choice on your smartphone or tablet, and stream songs directly to the D 3020 V2. HeadphonesA good pair of headphones deserves an equally great amp. Fortunately, the D 3020 V2 comes equipped with a 3.5mm headphone socket and dedicated volume control, creating room for a deeply personal listening experience.