NAD Electronics recently announced two new amplifiers: the NAD Master Series M22 V2 Amplifier and the NAD D 3020 V2 Integrated Amplifier.
The new M22 V2 offers a 20% increase in power to 300 watts per channel, over its predecessor, and features a bridging switch that transforms it into a 900-watt mono behemoth. The substantial increase in power is a result of a major redesign of the power supply. NAD’s exclusive PowerDrive circuit has been recalibrated to take advantage of the increased capability of the power supply section. In addition, the M22 V2 now has a 3-position input sensitivity switch that controls the auto turn-on sensitivity, allowing for better matching to each individual system. The M22 V2 utilizes the latest nCore amplifier technology licensed from Hypex to provide a nearly ideal amplifier with distortion below measurement, ultra-high damping factor, and unconditional stability with any speaker.
The M22 V2 is available this month for $2,999 US.
The D 3020 V2 stereo integrated amplifer is a replacement for NAD’s popular D 3020 integrated amplifier. This new model adds a moving magnet phono stage as well as stereo pre-outs, which join stereo RCA analogue inputs alongside optical and coxial digital sockets. Wireless connectivity is achievable via aptX Bluetooth, and all digital inputs lead to a 24bit/192kHz DAC.
For more info check out www.nadelectronics.com