Peachtree Audio nova300 Review

December 11, 2016 § Leave a comment

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” Moving from totally electronic music to music that was created with only guitar, bass, and drums, I put on the Steve Hoffman remaster of Rage Against The Machine’s self-titled debut album. Listening to Zack De La Rocha scream “Fr-e-e-e-d-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-m, yeah right” through the nova300 and my TADs was excellent. Track ten, titled Freedom, is full of great musicianship all around. The bass lines throughout, the guitar solos, the heavy drums, and unmistakable vocals can all be heard as distinct parts of the whole. On some systems the instruments get lost in a ball of noise and it sounds like your mom is listening to it and saying, “Turn that noise down.” Not the case with the nova300. The amplifier has great control and enough power to reproduce very demanding tracks on somewhat demanding loudspeakers. ”




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