The Silverline was a short-lived NAD foray into high-end equipment. The S300 receiver was priced at $2000, but is virtually identical to the Gryphon Tabu Century, which sold for two to three times that price. Both companies are Danish (the country, not the pastry).
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Excellent condition. Rated 8/10 for very small nick in finish, lower left edge of faceplate.
Remote control included.
pdf file of user manual available on request- I may be able to find original manual.
Note that weight is 56 pounds.
I do not have original packaging, but will box carefully for shipment.
The NAD S300
All inputs and outputs gold plated
Balanced inputs with XLR sockets
2 x 200 Watts into 4 ohms
Full Remote Control
Zero negative feedback circuit topology
2 Toroidal transformers one each Left & Right channels
Separate power supply with own transformer for all non audio circuits
2x 100 Watt continuous into 8 ohms
2 x 300 Watts into 2 Ohms
True Dual Mono configuration
Specifications for the NAD S-300 amplifier
Continuous Output Power 1 100W (20 dBW)
Damping factor (ref. 8 ohms, 50Hz) >110
Input impendance Single ended 10kOhms
Input sensitivity (for rated power into 8 ohms) 350mV
Voltage gain: x 38.2
Frequency response ±3dB DC - 250kHz