The NAD C368 Integrated has been playing in place of my new amplifier since last night. Fitted with BluOS, internal DAC, and 80 watts of Hypex power, it is a truly contemporary, one box solution for every possibility. It has everything that I would want; a great streaming system, two sets of speaker posts, and many inputs. One thing it doesn't have is great sound. I'm really disappointed. Unless you have bright speakers with high sensitivity, I don't see how one can live with such mellow, muffled sound struggling to reach listenable volume. It just won't play loud. It plays pop music inoffensively at about 75% of its output. However, it literally shrinks into a dark corner of unintelligibility with classical music. It's as if one took some black ink smudged tentatively all over. The last NAD amplifier I had heard was the C356BEE driving the Harbeth 7es3's with warmth and power. The C368 falls way short. Its seemingly stunning value is attractive, but it will severely limit your choice of speakers. Also, the BluOS module operates slower than using a separate Node 2 on its own. My better half usually handles any monstrosity I bring into the living room with a sense of amusement. This time there was outspoken disdain. The sight of a remote that resembles the ones from Comcast didn't help either. I can't wait to return it.