The NAD offers “low noise” circuits and a “precise” volume control. There is also a MM Phono stage and linear “ultra-low-noise” buffer amplifiers
A separate headphone amplifier is featured while the low impedance line outputs can connect to a subwoofer too.
Other features include 50W of power, analogue Line Inputs, SPDIF Coax and Optical Inputs, subwoofer Out, bass EQ and an IR Remote.
Bluetooth is also available allowing you to stream music wirelessly from your smart device.
NAD bases its circuits upon switch mode power supplies and Class D output stages and it can operate with any AC mains voltage from 100V to 240V and provides pure DC power to all the various stages of the C 328. It also uses a customised version of the Hypex UcD output stage.
Weighing in at 5.9 kg and spanning 435 x 70 x 285mm, the NAD C 328 is priced at £499 and will be available around November or December time.
To learn more, click www.NADelectronics.com