M33 Streaming DAC/Amp From NAD
24th January 2020
Flagship includes BluOS multiroom streaming, Gorilla Glass touchscreen controls, 32bit DAC and MQA
The M33, a BluOS enabled Sabre DAC/amplifier, uses Hybrid Digital Purifi Eigentakt amplifier technology.
With a minimum of 200W per channel the M33 has a 179mm touchscreen colour display combined with BluOS with full MQA decoding support from a local NAS or shared drive but also from Internet streaming audio services.
Among the some 20 supported services which offer high-res content are Tidal, Deezer, Qobuz, Amazon HD and others. Music services such as Spotify, Amazon Music, Slacker, TuneIn, nugs.net and many others are also supported.
Operable with the BluOS app, the supplied remote control or through hands-free control with any Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant device, the M33’s front panel doesn’t actually need to be touched.
Room correction is also featured, as are two MDC slots that allow for further expansion and six digital inputs and three analogue inputs, including MM/MC phono.
The rear panel hosts two sets of speaker outputs capable of bi-wiring and two subwoofer output with a fully configurable digital crossover. Apple Airplay 2 and Bluetooth aptX HD allow for local wireless streaming from a phone or tablet.
A discrete headphone amplifier is included, as is AirPlay and Bluetooth aptX HD.
The all aluminium casework features a single control knob for volume.
BluOS provides hands-free control with full integration of any Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant device. Price is £3,999.
For more information visit www.nadelectronics.com
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