NAD adds Masters M10 streaming amp

As one of the more eye-catching product launches at this year’s CES, NAD’s Masters M10 is a compact streaming amplifier with a large front panel, colour touchscreen control and claims 2x 100W power output from its nCore Class D amplification stage. Featuring the company’s BluOS ecosystem, it can be controlled via free iOS and Android apps (or the front touchscreen), and offers multi-room capabilities as well as access to home networked music and streaming services. The 32-bit/384kHz ESS Sabre DAC offers hi-res file support, while MQA decoding is also built in. Wireless streaming supports two-way Bluetooth with aptX HD, and AirPlay 2 is also available. Wired connectivity includes two analogue line-level RCA inputs, plus dedicated coaxial and optical digital inputs, USB-A as well as HDMI with ARC to enable the M10 to integrate with most flatscreen TVs.

Available to buy now for £2,199, you can find out more about the NAD Masters M10 streaming amplifier by clicking here.

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