Firstly, I want to apologize, my English is not fluent and I hope my question will sound intelligible.
I listen to lot of music : concertos / lyrical / jazz / vocals but I don’t have any qualification in the audiophile field. I bought my first system, entry-level one I guess, in mid-2000’s (Cambridge 640A and Quad speakers). As I tend to listen lot of Hi-res streaming music (Qobuz), I bought a Naim Uniti Atom last week and I have some questions because, I feel that my actual Quad speaker doesn’t always make justice to the Naim. A plenty of questions emerged then, so :
1- Is it worth upgrading the Uniti Atom (40 w) to be able to drive more interessant speakers reference ?
2- If so would it be more wise to return the Atom and pick a Star (the Nova is out of my budget), or to pick a power amp (?) Nap 200 ? (The second option is more expensive). Is it even possible to plug (?) the Naim in my actual Cambridge 640A and get the Naim sound with the power of the Cambridge 640A (65w) ? The power, beyond the number of watts implied, has it incidence on musicality (I mean, a Naim Uniti Atom plugged on 65w Cambridge / Rotel power amp will it sound the same if it’s plugged, let’s imagine on a 65w Naim power amp ?)
The online reviews seems to point that the Uniti Atom is able to drive speakers known to be hard to drive, but I am not sure if this assertion is right. I want frankly to believe so, because I enjoy the musicality of the Atom and I don’t want to spend more on the amp / power section if the sound quality improvement is marginal.
3- For my music style, that I listen in 22 m2 room, with impossibility to push the speakers more than few cm from the wall, which speaker do you advice ?
Ps. There are some shops in my town, but they don’t always have the reference in demo.