Question about NAD AMC 3020 Stereo Integrated Amplifier
I want to use the headphone through the power of the amp link to the pre-amp of NAD 3020, The power amp don't have a heaphone jack. How to do it? With a speaker switch box (with headphone jack) or with a headphone amp? If with a headphone amp, how to connect to make it works?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can use a 2 x male RCA to RCA female adaptor lead(what you need to ask for) like this one
use it to jumper your pre-out/main in connection on the rear, and connect an RCA lead to the Female socket on the adaptor lead. That will get you going. You can get them most places that sell electronic bits and peices. I am happy to answer any questionsa you may have
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
you could get a bluetooth dock and cables or just get a saeltech bluetooth speaker and run it off your computer .It will let you run your i tunes or media player and go thru your playlist or artist songlisting can also be operated remotely on the speaker unit ! Volume And tracks!!! swamp ratt!!! AAEE!!!!
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
It's logical since the headphones jack is connected at the main amplifier. Does your new main amp has headphones out?
Posted on Feb 20, 2010
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You have replaced your old NAD 3020 with NAD C326BEE. You are using the old speaker system with the new NAD 326 too. The Amp you replaced [NAD 3020] have only 20W/channel output power, and the present NAD C326BEE has a rated output power of 100W/channel. Both specifications are for 8Ohms speker impedence. Your old speakers haven't got the power handling capacity for the new Amp. That is why you hear it very clear at low volume levels and disorts at high volume levels. Distortion is not due to the Amp, but with the speaker you uses. You have to replace either speaker system or the speaker in which your old speaker box is fitted, with a new one, whcih can handle the power of the present Amp. OK.
Posted on Dec 16, 2010
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