NAD integrated amp mated with Paradigm Studio/20?

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  1. Salvatore Restivo

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    I've been thinking about a small 2-channel system for an office room -- Paradigm Studio/20's, NAD C370 integrated amp, and NAD C541i CD player. I know that, in general, Paradigm's Studio series mates well with warm-sounding amps like Parasound, Rotel, B&K. How does the NAD amp stack up in this regard? Thanks.
     
  2. Andrew_B

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    I have a distant cousin of the Nad C370 (a NAD 317) hooked up to a pair of Studio 80s right now. In the past I've also had it hooked up to a pair of Studio 40s. The combination of NAD and Paradigm is a good one to my ears.
     
  3. Pete Gia

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    Yes. I agree with the previous poster. NAD is "warm" sounding. (I love NAD)
     
  4. John Dunlap

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    The store where I bought my Paradigm Studio 60's demoed them on an NAD 218TX. They sounded amazing!! I would not hesitate to buy an NAD to go with those speakers.
     

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