NAD ELECTRONICS TO SHOW AUSTRALIAN FIRST AT MELBOURNE HI-FI SHOW
NAD Electronics has released two new products that will debut at this weekend's Rocky Mountain Audio Fest, before being shown as an Australian first at the upcoming Melbourne International Hi-Fi Show.
NAD Electronics C 658 BluOS Streaming DAC
Combining a Pre-amplifier, DAC, and BluOS streamer into one unit, NAD Electronic's new C 658 BluOS Streaming DAC features the latest tech including BluOS, Bluetooth aptX HD, Dirac Live Room Correction, and NAD's Modular Design Construction.
Dirac Live is emerging as the people's choice when it comes to DSP and room correction software. Dirac Live allows you to optimise the sound specifically for your room in regards to speaker placement and room acoustics. The unit comes with the Lite version of the software; however, the full-featured version can be purchased for USD 99, which unlocks additional features.
Greg Stidsen, NAD’s Chief Technology Officer, told StereoNET:
The C 658 combines the best of all worlds in that it is a high-performance preamplifier and streaming DAC with the most compelling digital technologies such as BluOS, MQA, Bluetooth aptX HD and Dirac Live,
The extraordinary performance and advanced technologies of the C 658 make it the ideal choice for someone who demands state-of-the-art performance with the most desirable features yet appreciates a single chassis with ease of operation. MDC then helps protect their investment for years to come.
The NAD C 658 will be available in December 2018 and will sell for $2,699 RRP.
NAD Electronics D 3045 Hybrid Digital DAC Amplifier
Building on the success of NAD's D 3020, the newly released D 3045 Hybrid Digital DAC Amplifier is featured packed and designed to appeal to high-res digital and vinyl enthusiasts.
It features NAD's Hybrid Digital 60W per channel amplifier, Asynchronous USB 24/192 Input, support for MQA and DSD, two way Bluetooth aptX HD, as well as a high quality moving magnet phono stage, all in a compact size that can be used either vertically or horizontally.
NAD has considered its customers and delivered a product that is both versatile and practical.
The D 3045 accommodates inputs for the computer along with other digital and analogue sources. Coaxial and optical inputs allow many different digital sources to be connected, from CD and DVD players to media streamers like Apple TV or satellite and cable receivers. There are also analogue inputs for iPods and older non-digital audio components such as FM tuners.
Attendees at this weekend's RMAF are in for a treat thanks to a partnership with MQA. Visitors to room 8021 in the Tower on Saturday, October 6, 2018, at 10:30 AM Mountain Time, can listen to a performance by accomplished jazz band Misha Mullov-Abbado, who are broadcasting a live real-time MQA encoded performance from RAK Studios in London, UK.
The NAD Electronics D 3045 Hybrid Digital DAC Amplifier will be available November 2018 and will sell for $1,299 RRP.
For more information visit NAD Electronics.