NAD Master Series M23 stereo amp boasts massive power

posted on Monday, 24th January 2022 by Steve May

High-end  Hi-fi  Amplifier 

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NAD Electronics has announced the M23, a Master Series Hybrid Digital stereo power amplifier which uses Purifi Eigentakt amplification technology.

Manufactured under licence from Purifi and first seen on the M33 BluOS streaming amplifier, Eigentakt claims to eliminate harmonic and intermodulation distortion and noise while driving even the most demanding of loudspeakers to live performance levels.

Continuous power output is rated 2 x 200W into 8 ohms, 2 x 380W into 4 ohms. Dynamic power delivery is rated at 260W (8 ohms), and 520W (4 ohms).

Integrators and Hi-Fi system builders can use the M23 in bridge mode to expand the power of an M33 streaming amplifier, creating a 2 x 700W system, or simply to upgrade the power of a high-performance separates system.

M23 Rear Panel View
Connectivity includes balanced XLR and single-ended RCA auto-sensing inputs. It also has a three-position adjustable gain control, and a 12V trigger input.

Cas Oostvogel, NAD Product Manager, said: “This is an amazingly powerful and transparent amplifier bringing new levels of refinement and dynamics at any level and sets a new benchmark for performance and value in its category.”

The M23 retails for £2,999 and is available now.

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology specialist who also writes for T3TechRadarHome Cinema Choice, Trusted Reviews and The Luxe Review.

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