Not designed by NAD but by DF-ID, the BluOS-backed NAD M10 takes a minimalist theme with its solid brushed aluminium and glass
Completely operable by Wi-Fi connection to the BluOS App, you can also control the amplifier via the touch screen.
The M10 uses NAD’s ‘Masters Series’ technology. HybridDigital amplification featuring the HypeX nCore amplification stage is included.
It is compatible with Apple, Crestron, Control4, Lutron and many others if home automation is your thing too. There are also custom BluOS Apps for iOS and Android tablets and phones, as well as desktop control from Windows and Apple OS.
Other information? It pushes out 160W over 8 Ohms via a 1GHz ART Cortex A9 processor, it includes a 32bit/384kHz Sabre DAC, two-way Bluetooth via a Qualcomm chip and it features Ethernet.
But that’s not all, it also features HDMI eARC for TV connections, pre-amp output, stereo line inputs and coax/optical inputs, supports AirPlay 2, DSD and MQA, Dirac room correction and supports Tidal, TuneIn, Napster, Amazon, Spotify, Deezer, Qobuz and, apparently, lots more. Price is £2,199.
Spanning 215 x 100 x 260 mm, it weighs 5kg.
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