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NAD D 3020 V2 Hybrid Digital DAC Amplifier Datasheet
D 3020 V2 HYBRID DIGITAL AMPLIFIER
Outshines Other Amplifiers.
The New and Improved Digital Amplifier
The original NAD 3020 introduced a generation of music lovers to true high-fidelity sound.
The term High-Fidelity literally means “true to the original.” In the 1970’s, over a million
people rediscovered their music when they placed a NAD 3020 between their turntable
and loudspeakers. This little gem outshined amplifiers costing 10 times more with its big,
warm, detailed sound. Once people realized what they had been missing it lead them
to a lifetime of enhanced musical enjoyment. Today, the coaxial source is more likely to
be a computer or smartphone than a turntable, but the ability to choose speakers that
perfectly suit one’s taste is still a compelling argument for upgrading to a NAD amplifier.
The D 3020 starts with the original NAD 3020 concept and brings it straight into the 21st
century using the latest high-speed digital technology. Now with V2, we have refined the
looks and added a Phono input for vinyl playback.
Reinventing an Icon
By adapting to today’s media sources and using state-of-the-art digital technology for
the new world of digital music, the D 3020 puts a completely modern spin on a revered
icon. The original designer of the 3020, NAD’s Director of Advanced Technology, Bjorn
Erik Edvardsen, has been pivotal in developing the D 3020 for the new digital generation.
Offering an excellent quality 24/192 DAC with 8 channels mixed to 2 for improved resolution, the D 3020 represents the same kind of value-bending innovation that gave the
original 3020 its legendary overachieving phono stage.
FEATURES & DETAILS
•
2 x 30W @ 0.01% THD, >100W
Dynamic Power @ 4 Ohms
•
aptX Bluetooth music streaming
•
MM Phono input for Vinyl
•
Preamp Output for added connectivity (Full Range)
•
Optical and Coaxial Digital inputs
•
Line Inputs
•
Subwoofer Output
•
Bass EQ setting
•
TV Connect learns TV remote
Commands
•
Separate Headphone Amplifier
•
Wireless Remote
Real World Performance
Stream with Bluetooth
NAD rewrote the rules for amplifiers when designing the
original 3020. Instead of letting laboratory test equipment have
the last word, we made sure that we could properly drive real
loudspeakers with real music for the real world. The D 3020
lives up to this promise through a unique implementation of
NAD PowerDrive™ developed by Edvardsen, that allows low
impedance drive (current) and high dynamic power (voltage) at
vanishingly low distortion levels. This refinement of PowerDrive
combined with a precision soft clipping circuit, lets the D 3020
sound even more powerful than it already is. An innovative
Bass EQ circuit helps small speakers sound big without
overdriving or damaging ported woofers.
The D 3020 delivers the convenience of wireless streaming with
its Bluetooth® capability. Stream all your music from a smartphone, tablet, or laptop. The D 3020 even supports the highest
audio quality Bluetooth aptX® that is becoming ever more popular for its excellent sound quality and low power consumption
compared to Wi-Fi.
More Connected
The D 3020 offers inputs for your digital and analogue sources.
Coaxial and optical inputs allow many different digital sources to
be connected, including computers, CD and DVD players, set top
boxes and media streamers like AppleTV, or satellite and cable
receivers. There are also analogue inputs including a sophisticated MM Phono input. Far from just another set of sockets,
this Phono stage includes highly accurate RIAA equalization, an
Infrasonic Warp Filter, and features both high overload margins
and extremely low noise.
Power that Truly Delivers
Power output may sound small at 30W per channel, but like all
NAD amplifiers this is very misleading, as a properly designed
30W amplifier can sound superior to a 100W amplifier from a
lesser brand. With its very small form factor, the D 3020 will
astound many for its ability to drive difficult loudspeakers to
satisfying levels without adding noise or distortion.
Mean and Green
The D 3020’s highly efficient design wastes less energy, requiring only 20% of the power needed by traditional Hi-Fi amplifiers.
It’s like trading in a gas guzzling car for a hybrid vehicle. Standby
power consumption is a miniscule <0.5W. NAD has taken
amplification to new lows, with lower distortion, lower noise,
and lower power consumption. NAD’s major focus is to find new
technology that improves musical performance while consuming less power and using fewer non-renewable resources in
manufacturing.
Specifications D3020 V2
All specs are measured according to IHF 202 CEA 490-AR-2008 standard. THD is measured using AP AUX 0025 passive filter and AES 17 active filter.
PREAMPLIFIER SECTION
LINE INPUT/PRE OUT
THD (20 Hz – 20 kHz)
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
Channel separation
Input impedance (R and C)
Maximum input signal
Output impedance
Input sensitivity
Frequency response
Maximum voltage output - IHF load
Bass EQ
PHONO INPUT/PRE OUT
THD (20 Hz – 20 kHz)
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
<0.01 % at 2 V out
>106 dB (IHF, A-weighted, ref. 500 mV out, unity gain)
>80 dB (1 kHz)
>70 dB (10 kHz)
56 kohms + 100 pF
>5.5 Vrms (ref. 0.1 % THD)
200 ohms
113 mV (ref. 500 mV out, Volume maximum)
±0.2 dB (20 Hz - 20 kHz)
>4 V (ref. 0.1 % THD)
6.0 dB at 80 Hz
<0.015 % at 2V out
>82 dB (200 ohms source, A-weighted, ref. 500 mV out)
>76 dB (MM cartridge source, IHF; A-weighted, ref. 500 mV out)
Input sensitivity
1.15 mV (ref. 500 mV out, Volume maximum)
Maximum input signal at 1kHz
>90 mVrms (ref. 0.1 % THD)
Frequency response
±0.3 dB (20 Hz - 20 kHz)
Note: The RIAA response is consistent with a pre-emphasis that is rolled off at 50kHz by a second order filter, such as used in Neumann cutting lathes.
LINE INPUT/HEADPHONE OUT
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
Frequency response
Output impedance
Maximum headphone output
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
LINE INPUT/SPEAKER OUT
Continuous output power into 4 and 8 ohms
THD (20 Hz – 20 kHz)
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
Clipping power
IHF dynamic power
Peak output current
Damping factor
Frequency response
Channel separation
Input sensitivity
Supports bit rate/sample rate
Standby power
DIMENSION AND WEIGHT
Gross dimensions (W x H x D)
Net weight
Shipping weight
>96 dB (32 ohms load; A-weighted, ref. 500mV out, unity gain)
±0.3 dB (20 Hz - 20 kHz)
100 ohms
6.8V (300 ohms load)
30 W (ref. 20 Hz-20 kHz at 0.1% THD, both channels driven)
<0.01 % (at 1W, 4 and 8 ohms)
>98 dB (A-weighted, 500 mV input, ref. 2.828 V out in 4 ohms)
>50 W (at 1 kHz 4 ohms 0.1 % THD)
8 ohms : 60 W
4 ohms : 100 W
2 ohms : 150 W
>18 A (in 1 ohm, 1 ms)
>300 (ref. 8 ohms, 20Hz to 6.5kHz)
±0.3 dB (20 Hz - 20 kHz)
>75 dB (1 kHz)
>70 dB (10 kHz)
250 mV (for 30 W in 4 ohms)
up to 24 bit/192 kHz
<0.5 W
58 x 186 x 219 mm
2 5/16 x 7 3/8 x 8 5/8 inches
1.4 kg (3.1 lbs)
2.1 kg (4.6 lbs)
* Gross dimension includes feet, volume knob and extended rear panel terminals. ** Non-metric measurements are approximate. NAD Electronics will not assume any liability for errors being made by retailers,
custom installers, cabinet makers, or other end users based on information contained in this document. Note: Installers should allow a minimum clearance of 55mm for wire/cable management.
NAD Electronics International reserves the right to change specifications or features without notice. NAD is a registered trademark of NAD Electronics International.
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