A living legend, the legendary Naim Nait, deceptively diminutive but great Integrated stereo amplifier, in performance and clarity of sound:
This amp has grunt and drive in spades, more, much more than you'd expect from such a diminutive package. You'd be surprised to know that many Quadophiles consider this amp a perfect match for Quad ESL and ESL 63's electrostatic loudspeakers.
The first thing you may notice, perhaps because it comes as totally unexpected, is overall dynamics. This amp can follow even the most demanding tracks with ease, provided you don't ask for too much sound pressure. It's quick, tempo'ed and pacey, in other words, just to use the common Naimophiles jargon, it has PRaT (Pace, Rhythm and Tempo) in spades. It is simply damn good at that.
You just can't help but feel the amp is playing the right tempo. Snares and toms are reproduced with lightening quick attack time and perfect decays while bass lines follow the rhythmic patters easily: you can distinguish electric bass and kick drum even when playing all'unisono. Many amplifiers fail to do that and glue the two bass notes together.
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