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  1. Can anyone please make a comparison between both amps? Is there a noticeable difference in the sound? I have read somewhere that NAD people compared the D7050 to the M2 and stated that the sound quality was above (better) then the C390DD. I own a NAD C390DD and I like it very much. There is one thing that I really miss. A headphone connection. Why? When I want to hear it loud I want to play it over the headphones. Nor the NAD nor my DVD player has a headphone connection. So the music DVD's can't be listened to this way. I can connect a headphone direct to my Apple Mac Mini to listen to my iTunes files. But this is al indirect and it requires 'programming' the computer using VNC. This is a procedure that my wife does not understand. Then the NAD D7050 has a headphone connection on the front. This would be most welcome and this makes this amp 'almost exactly perfect' for my needs. I do not need the extension / upgrade possibilities of the C390DD. I also don't need the full 150 Watts. 50 would be fine for my speakers in this small room. Now I wonder why the D7050 would much cheaper and be of much better sound quality. (Please check my sound system in my profile if you have some questions about that. All connections are specified in the design scheme.)
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