Naim NAP 250 Pro

Nice story, thankyou :+1:

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Indeed what a story. Excellent stuff.

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Interesting story, what were the mods for professional use?

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Thanks for posting. Very interesting to hear about the history of these units from the ‘inside’

James

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Balanced audio boards and 2 XLR balanced outputs, Speakon connectors as opposed to banana sockets and output inductors to allow the use of various runs of speaker cable.

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Some great history there nps. Thanks for sharing.

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@nps Really interesting read - great to see that it survived and is being looked after.

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Here’s the original rebuild post

@nps - I take it this is still used. What’s the rest of the system ?

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Great story nps, and I fully agree with you re: the Naim / Harbeth synergy. I start each day looking forward to listening time.

Claude

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That was an interesting read. Thanks for the post.

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Really fascinating story. Thanks v much for posting!:grinning:

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Great story, btw now we all know as to why Harbeths are great with Naim amps.
I used to be happy with Dynaudio speakers, but Harbeth with Naim is another level.

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Just in case anyone is interested in the internals.


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Very cool. I expect that was when it went in for it’s voltage change?

No this must be a different one - I took these pictures today at the factory.

Regards
Neil.

Must have a massive bias though :wink: :wink: :wink: :wink: :wink:

Ah ok, I wonder which one you have. Maybe the prototype!

No I don’t think it is, it has a full proper 250 Pro rear label and a serial number.

Maybe I’ll look into its origin.

Regards
Neil.

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Are those heatsunk 317T really unsupported in the Z-axis?

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