NAD takes performance & value to new levels with power amplifier

NAD Electronics has launched the M23 Hybrid Digital stereo power amplifier, which builds on the Purifi Eigentakt amplification technology first introduced in the acclaimed M33 BluOS Streaming Amplifier.

Available now, the power amplifier uses Eigentakt amplifier technology, which is manufactured by NAD under license from Purifi. The technology is designed to almost eliminate harmonic and intermodulation distortion and allows for an even, wide, and load-invariant frequency response.

Like previous generations of NAD Hybrid Digital technology but unlike most Class D amplifier designs, the M23 offers a minimum of 200W per channel with reserves of dynamic power at lower impedances. It is capable of beyond 260W dynamic power per channel even into 8 ohms and beyond 520W into 4 ohms.

With high efficiency and low power consumption, it can power any loudspeaker to performance levels.

In bridge mode, the M23 can expand the power of an M33 BluOS Streaming amplifier to create a 2 x 700W system or can be an easy upgrade to power any high-performance separates system.

Featuring the Eigentakt amplification technology, the M23 Hybrid digital stereo power amplifier provides almost no distortion, ultra-high damping factor and complete stability with any speaker.

It also features switch mode power supplies and Class D output stages that are very linear over a wide bandwidth and provide consistent performance into all speaker loads.

The M23 Hybrid Digital stereo power amplifier is available now, priced at £2,999 / €3,499 / $3,499.

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