А тот nad 352, что продаётся у вас в магазине-это простой nad c352 или модернизированный C352CT?Я читал,что они заметно различаются по звуку...
И еще вопрос:у колонок monitor audio silver s2 отделка шпон или плёнка?Они "made in England", или нет?И как они будут играть c вышеуказанным NAD'ом?
Я посылал запрос в NAD, привожу свой вопрос и их ответ, из них ясно что 352 был прототипом и в продажу не поступал.
Dear Sirs, Please could you help us to clarify the following matter: what is the difference between two models of NAD amplifiers NAD 352 and NAD 352CT? How can an ordinary customer tell one model from another? Should there be some special marks for the model 352 CT? Or is it possible to identify them by their serial numbers or anything else? Has the model 352 ever been imported to Russia? Thank you in advance for your reply! Best regards, Sergeev Yury Moscow.
Thank you for your recent request via the NAD Electronics web-site.
In light of the fantastic review that we had for the C352 from What Hi Fi, there have been a couple of consumers and dealers raise a question regarding how to tell the difference between the old and the "new, improved" version. So for the record, here it is. All units for sale in both Grey and Titanium are the new improved version.
What Hi Fi reviewed a prototype model of the c352 in June last year and gave it a three star rating. As a result of this, NAD made some subtle changes to the design. All our customers have the "new, improved" version.
The "CT" referred to in the text is reference to the colour only, if you note the text beside the picture you will see that it is still labelled as a C352. Titanium is not available in North America.
The changes made to the unit are as follows:
We improved the DC servo circuit which tightens up the bass response. In a complementary amplifier design, the positive and negative halves of the waveform are handled by different "complementary" transistors - the gain of each half of the circuit must be perfectly balanced or there will a DC voltage present at the speaker outputs. With the original C352s, this DC offset could drift in and out of perfect balance. When out of balance the sound would not be to spec., especially noticeable in the bass region performance. The "fix" was to add a high speed servo circuit that always keeps the DC offset at zero. In point of fact, all C352's sold to the public include this circuit.
Thank you for your interest in NAD electronics.