You may have seen my earlier Website post but, for those who would prefer a video version? Here you go…
Packing a lot into a relatively slim chassis, Paul Rigby reviews this solidly built integrated amplifier, priced at £3,499
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Hugh Macdiarmid31st October 2020 at 2:29 pm
Note your reservations about the phono stage. I was upgrading my turntable at the same time I bought the amp and my dealer recommended a Dynavector cartridge, the DV-10X5. It’s a high output moving coil and sounds terrific with the Supernait 3, to my ears anyway.
Paul Rigby31st October 2020 at 5:01 pm
Yep – high output MCs are an option Hugh although they do restrict your choice but yes, a valid option. Again though, an external phono amp would increase performance further which I would recommend as a first upgrade.
John Stewart28th July 2021 at 2:47 pm
Well the review was very informative, well done……..But..
Why display pictures of the externals and internals of a Nait XS in a supernait 3 review????.
Also a blue wire (feeds the dial LED) can easily be seen protruding and moving, from behind the balance dial/knob, this could cause a snag issue and question long term reliability of the light on the balance dial/knob.
Paul Rigby28th July 2021 at 3:11 pm
Yes, my mistake John 🙂 I had a ‘pot’ of images and grabbed the wrong samples.