The RPX33 is more extended in the highs than the NX-03. And the D7000 is as extended in the highs as they come; very “refined” highs, to be sure, but extended, merciless. Unlike the DX1000, the D7000 doesn’t sugarcoat anything up top. If the recording is perfect, there will be nothing to complain about. Otherwise… So, if you like a little sugarcoating in the highs (I do), just a bit of “insurance” against treble-fatigue, you may prefer the NX-03 for the D7000. But that choice will come at a price. The RPX33 is consistently more three-dimensional than my other amps, with a somewhat wider soundstage.
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