I’ve recently become the proud owner of a number of pieces of Naim equipment (NDX2 | NAC 252 | NAP 300DR | SuperCap DR | XPS DR | Super Lumina DIN:DIN | Super Lumina DIN:XLR ).
Most of the items are less than one year old, and I’m obviously keen to register my ownership and make sure that there is continuation of warranty.
Product registration seems straight forward if you purchased new equipment from a dealer, maybe not so, for a private purchase.
Is the ‘purchase date’ the original date when the gear was bought from the dealer, or the date I acquired the equipment privately?
Under the ‘Retailer’ section… do I enter the original dealer’s details or simply say ‘private purchase’?
Ok thanks Richard … I have the purchase receipts…
I have registered all the products this evening… I didn’t get a confirmation email… how can I check that the products are now registered in my name?
The imbalance is such that one channel is inaudible at low volume … I mean silent … not ideal…
I’ve been playing with a workaround this evening… Disabled automation (no control of 252 via the app), set the NDX2 to variable volume and wind it down… In this way, at least I can turn the 252 volume knob up a little to avoid the imbalance zone. This works, but might be a bit more painful to control the volume on other inputs … my TT for instance … we’ll see…
The ALPS imbalance at the very beginning of travel is usually only a possible issue with modern digital kit putting out 2v+ and modern “loud” remastering has made this far worse than it used to be. A TT and phono stage should be fine as they likely will be outputting less than half the level of digital device so you’ll have a much greater range on the volume control.