NAD Aims for Streaming Perfection With M33 Amp

A star of NAD’s 2019 CES exhibit was its compact Masters Series M10 BluOS streaming amplifier. At this CES, the company has taken that concept to a new level — and to a full chassis size — with its M33 BluOS streaming amplifier.

Along with BluOS multiroom streaming, the M33 features a 32-bit/384kHz ESS Sabre DAC, 200Wpc (minimum) HybridDigital Purifi Eigentact amplifier, and Dirac Live room correction. Like the M10, the new amp has a large TFT touch panel display that can be used for setup and playback control. There’s both AirPlay 2 and two-way aptX Bluetooth for streaming from tablets/phones and out to wireless headphones. In addition to its multiple digital and analog inputs, there’s an MM/MC phono input — a feature not found on the earlier M10.

NAD expects to ship the M33 in March/April for $4,999.

Olaf the Snowman's picture

May be S&V could review the new NAD M33 :-) ........