I'm delighted that the NVA name lives on and that Richard Dunn's designs have been subtly improved and made more accessible. The P50/S80 is true budget esoterica – a cult pre-power combo of the nineteen-eighties that's been subtly enhanced and sold at a price that's not far off what it was selling for back then. David Price, Stereonet
Detailed and dynamic with good subtlety, packs a real punch at the bottom end. I have to say that the NVA AP10H turned in a truly superb performance and it can more than hold it's own against competitors at it's price level and above. It is one not to be missed off your shortlist. Chris Frankland, Hi-Fi World
Over the last week I can't stop listening. It seems to get better and better. I don't know how a couple of simple black boxes can set my spine tingling or make such a difference but they do. Words I would use to describe include transparency, space, engagement, attack, emotion. I am so happy I went with NVA. Andy. P
People talk about a ‘valve’ sound or a ‘solid state’ sound, and both have their benefits; some of the best valve amplifiers have a magic touch with vocals and some of the best solid state manage the same with bass, dynamics and transients. The NVA amplifiers seem to offer the best of both worlds. Richard Bowles, The WAM Forum
Sat here listening to OK Computer, an album I like on vinyl but never could quite relax into the digital version, but now I am back in time and finally my digital front end is singing. The NVA starter system is amazing value for money, but these Artisan amps are pretty much my end game complete. Chris. I.
Percussion was detailed and dynamic and the complex layers of this superb track were well sorted and that weighty, melodic bass line moved well. At the asking price...they (LS7) represent good value and I would recommend them with confidence - and not just for NVA amplifiers! Chris Frankland, Hi-Fi World