NAD Electronics has launched a new and improved stereo Masters Series amplifier, the M22 V2, that delivers a 20% increase in power to 300W per channel. The new Masters amp also features a bridging switch that transforms it into a 900W entity to rival Godzilla (maybe)
In addition, you’ll find 3-position input sensitivity switch on the M22 V2 that controls the auto turn-on sensitivity, allowing for better matching to each individual system.
The M22 V2 utilizes the latest nCore amplifier technology licensed from Hypex.
The increase in power is a result of a major redesign of the power supply.
NAD’s PowerDrive circuit has been recalibrated to take advantage of the increased capability of the power supply section. Price is $2,999
To learn more, click www.nadelectronics.com
Dave hattey19th January 2018 at 10:38 pm
NAD is another Canadian,kinda,performance v dollar champion. I wonder if Axiom likes the M22V2 designation?
They have an M22V2 bookshelf speaker.
Jorge Deman4th June 2020 at 8:49 pm
Well, following all the accolades about the M22v2 I bought 2 to bridge and have 900 watts.
After 3 months and after trying every cable, every power filter, 3 different sources and 3 sets of speakers, I am ready to get rid of them. Somebody said If you like what you hear it is ok. If you don’t it is not ok. I tried them with Tannoy Churchill speakers and my intention when buying them was to drive the new JBL 4367s. The result is the same. The M22v2 become harsh when you push them. Don’t get me wrong they don’t need much provocation. Then, what is the use of 900 watts?
Paul Rigby5th June 2020 at 10:00 am
Thanks for the insight, Jorge. As you can see, I only ever got as far as a news item with this one. I never had the chance to review it so your experiences are interesting.