NAD Electronics announces the C389 HybridDigital DAC Amplifier today at the Munich High End HiFi Show. The amplifier features the ‘future proof’ NAD Modular Design Construction
platform, MDC2, where new physical hardware can be slotted into the rear of the box offering choice and hardware improvements. This Hybrid UcD amplifier has 130W/ch with analogue and digital inputs. There is a ‘jitter free’ 32-bit/384kHz ESS Sabre DAC. Feature-packed, there is the BluOS-D infrastructure for multiroom streaming as well as the Dirac Live Room Correction.
C389 will carry a suggested retail price of $1,499 US / £1,299 GBP / €1,499 EUR
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