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NAD (New Acoustic Dimension) started life in 1972 producing a variety of electronic audio components.


Nad's 5120 turntable gained a reputation for sound quality on a very low budget and despite its tacky build quality and bizarre 'flat' arm on early models, the performance was better than many of its more expensive rivals.

The company currently markets a Rega armed deck named the C555, successor to the popular P2 look-alike 533 turntable.


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