New NAD Masters Series Employ Revolutionary Class D Amplifier Technology
NAD launched its first two products using the new “Eigentakt” (self-clocking) switching amplifier from the Danish company Purifi. Designed by Class D amplification guru Bruno Putzeys, the Eigentakt circuit is at the heart of NAD’s new Masters Series M33 stereo integrated streaming amp ($4,999) and M28 seven-channel power amp (also $4,999). Both amps offer measured performance that sets a new benchmark for low noise and distortion. Read on to learn more.
NAD launched two Masters Series amps, the M33 and M28 both priced at $4,999. Both amps offer performance that sets a new benchmark for low noise and distortion thanks to a revolutionary Class D design.