NAD Masters M28 Seven Channel Power Amplifier Lands
NAD Electronics' M28 is the latest addition to its range-topping Masters series boasting both two-channel and home theatre skills.
NAD's M28 joins the company's flagship Masters range and has bragging rights to being the first amplifier of its kind to feature HybridDigital Purifi Eigentakt amplifier technology, according to the brand.
This is the same tech found on the similarly-priced Masters M33 and is said to improve the performance of Class D amplification by at least an order of magnitude through optimisation of the feedback circuit and, in doing so, making the amp speaker load and volume agnostic. In the event it should start clipping, it will act benignly in a Class A/B amp kind of a way.
Furthermore, as the NAD M28 has been designed with one-eye on home theatre employment, and to sit nicely with the NAD Masters Series M17 V2i preamp/processor, it also handles long cable runs without any sonic detriment.
Regarding that home cinema situation, the multi-channel power amplifier delivers 200 watts from each of its seven channels into 8 Ohms with extremely low distortion (0.003% total harmonic distortion) and a 20 Hz - 20 kHz frequency range, states NAD.
Finally, the M28 accepts both single-ended RCA and balanced XLR inputs as well as sporting high-quality binding posts.
The NAD Masters M28 lands in Australia mid-August and will sell for $7,999 RRP.
For more information, head on over to NAD Electronics.
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