Originally Posted by Pride9
I also have the Aria 936's and have been looking at the Hegel H390 and possibly the new NAD M33 when it comes out and has user's reviews, so I am very interested in hearing your thoughts and impressions of the Naim. What finally led you to choose the Naim over the Hegel? One thing I don't like about the Naim is the speaker connections, as I want to use a REL subwoofer's high pass cable and doesn't look like I can with the Naim. Enjoy the Naim and don't forget we are waiting for your review
My local dealer carries Hegel, NAD and Naim so I heard all of the offerings by those companies, except M33, and preferred the Naim, Hegel H390 and NAD M10 in that order. The Naim is very smooth and had better timing, rhythm and detail than the Hegel. The Hegel is excellent and had a touch of tube-like warmth that was nice with vocals and string instruments, think of jazz, Eric Clapton, CCR, etc. I’m looking forward to playing with it next week.
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