Published on March 25th, 2017 | by Gary Johnson0
NAD C338 amplifier released with trick up its sleeve
Audiophiles have long preferred there sound system made up of separates allowing them to build a setup made up of components from a variety of manufacturers, which will allow the best quality sound that their budget can buy. Now the NAD C338 stereo amplifier has been released that has a neat trick up its sleeve.
NAD Electronics have long been one of the leading companies that provide quality H-Fi separate components such as integrated amplifiers, and the company now looks to continue this with the C338.
The new amp has a number of connectivity options that includes Chromecast built in that will allow simple one tap music streaming via Android and iOS devices from a variety of music and audio applications.
There is also Bluetooth along with an integrated moving-magnet phono stage to support the use of a turntable. It also comes with digital coaxial and optical inputs, which are alongside its phono and line-level inputs.
This gives access to the amps eight-channel DAC for digital sources such as CD players, set-top boxes, and games consoles. The power is rated at 50 watts per channel that is provided by the company’s HybridDigital Class D amplification.
It is claimed that this technology will provide owners low power consumption with accurate voltage regulation. Other features include a subwoofer pre-out, headphone socket, and support for NAD’s Remote App control interface.
The NAD C338 is available from dealers around the world now and is priced at £600.
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