Their best might be nowhere near as good as naim’s middle ground though, or anyone else for that matter. I personally think the dev expert 220 pro is the sweetspot in their range and that sits in the middle. If I was going back to separate components I’d buy lejonklou again.I've had a lot of Naim gear over the years, and the previous Supernait. The problem I have with Naim gear is that you pay such a lot for a product that sits in the middle of the range (e.g. you have their separate pre and power amps). So, you're constantly wondering how much better they are and whether something is done to make them sound better (or make the Supernait worse). In some ways, are you better going for the top end of another manufacturer knowing that it's the best they can do?
Tis £3499 and 80w.£2.2k for a simple 70 watt transistor amp with only a MM phono stage and nothing else seems a little much ...
Alternatively there are some very interesting choices for far less.
A quick question if I may ask without sounding stupid but should the remote be able to switch amp inputs?
If I want to change from AV to CD I have to physically press the button on the device itself.
Also, I currently have my PC connected to my Chord Hugo TT2 as DAC only and then into the CD input on the SN3. Is CD the preferred input or should it be aux or something else? Or doesn't it matter?
Many thanks in advance.
Did it work?Just had a look on the website.
Prog may need to be pushed, then use the numbers.
Any line level input should be fine.
You only need to press Prog once, to put the remote into "amp" configuration. Then the numbers equate to input button. I think 3 is stream and 4 is av.Hi Phil,
Thanks for your reply. Unfortunately it didn't work.
I feel like I'm not doing it right though. I am able to get CD to switch away from CD but can't see what it's swapping to as there isn't a visual cue other than the CD button no longer illuminating and the sound stops. That was achieved by pressing Prog. + 1. All other numbers don't have an affect. AV can't be selected by any number.
Thanks for your suggestion though Phil.