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NAD C245BEE 4-Channel Power Amplifier


The NAD C245BEE is an uncommon amplifier. It is a four-channel amp, and it can provide several system building options. Used with the NAD C165BEE preamp, it offers more than enough power to drive the loudspeaker of your choice with the interesting option to bi-amplify. Or it can be connected to the Zone Output of our AV Receiver, the C 245BEE can send different music programs to remote speakers. Offering far superior sonic quality to your Lifestyle. Dimensions HxWxD: 3.2×17.2×11.5″. Weight: 16.1 lbs.

NAD T748 V2 AV Receiver


New Zone 2 feature. The user-friendly NAD T748 AV v2 Receiver is a performance driven receiver that enhances your home cinema experience at an affordable and at a modest cost. The NAD T748 v2 includes seven channels of High Fidelity amplification, and the Processor supports all the latest surround sound formats and digital video technology, and all the features to make setup and user control effortless. The NAD T748v2 also includes five powerful audio-video presets optimizing various source materials with specific speaker settings and surround modes. You can even connect your iPod with our IPD 2 Dock and follow your favourite songs on the T 748’s on-screen video display. The T748 does it all; and most importantly, does it all without costly or complex features that increase price. Efficient. Dimensions HxWxD: 17.2 x 6.7 x 16″. Weight: 25.3 lbs.

NAD T758 AV Receiver


The NAD T758 AV Receiver is for the person who is discerning. From a lifelike surround scene from a movie or a realistic musical performance, the NAD T758 has few rivals or peers. The NAD T758 AV Receiver has 7 channels and can be used as 5 channel Receiver, assigning the extra 2 channels to drive Zone 2 Speakers. With MDC modular construction, it can be upgraded to future formats. Dimensions HxWxD: 17.2 x 6.8 x 16″. Weight: 34 lbs.

NAD T777 AV Receiver


With just 80W per seven channels of ultra low distortion power, the NAD T777 is more than powerful enough. The NAD T777 AV Receiver is designed for High Dynamic Power: Up to 260W per channel, because movies and music video are dynamic in nature. Features include high definition 3D video at resolutions up to 1080p, decoding of all the latest surround sound formats, and our exclusive Modular Design Construction (MDC), which defies technology obsolescence. While there are many AV receivers on the market, only NAD offers the flexibility of MDC and such incredible value. And it is more of a High Fidelity Amplication than any of the AVR! Dimensions HxWxD: 17.2 x 6.85 x 16.75″. Weight: 45.2 lbs.

NAD T787 AV Receiver


The NAD T787 AV Surround Sound Receiver’s amazing performance brings movies and music to REAL life. NAD T787 features high definition 3D video at resolutions up to 1080p, decoding of all the latest surround sound formats, and a whole lot of pure, clean power. NAD’s Modular Design Construction (MDC)-one of the decade’s most important innovations-and the T 787 boasts enough performance and flexibility for many years of unbelievable home entertainment. Though it’s packed with a full array of features, the T 787 emphasizes simplicity with a user-friendly interface allowing you to enjoy every feature without confusion. Dimensions HxWxD: 17.2x 7.9 x 17.25″. Weight: 56 lbs.

NAD Master Series M10 Integrated Amplifier with Network Streamer & DAC


Digital Amplification has come of age to rival High End Amplifiers. Pat’s AudioArt would like to alert you to the Hypex NCore Class D Amplification which NAD and others use. Not all Hpex NCore Amplifications are created equal though. Depending on implementation, the average Hpex NCore amplifiers although possessing many desirable features of a High End Amplifier, can be fatiguing to listen to. The pluses are Power Efficiency, Lack of Heat and Bulk, a very quiet background, and Open Sound. The NAD special implementation is different, it is Dead Silent, Powerful, Huge Soundstage, Accurate, and not Harsh or Fatiguing in the least, with an Overall Sweetness and Organic Musical quality. The $4700 NAD Master M27 (5 channel @ 180 Watts per channel @8 ohms) is a perfect example of an amplifier processing all those qualities. Now, NAD has put their design team to work their magic on the Hypex NCore Technology into an complete stereo streaming amplifier $3299. Pat’s Audio Art has had this product in stock since the second week of Feb, 2019. So just how good is the NAD Master M10? Our long term assessment is that it is a Stunning Audio Achievement, both in Sound Quality and Value. With a really good pair of speakers like the Nola Boxer 3 speakers for instance, we are getting sound quality that will embarrass other very expensive amplifiers from McIntosh, Bryston, Moon Audio, etc. Comparing the NAD Master M10 to these, you will hear a more silent background, more open and realistic soundstage, less harshness with better resolution, and watt for watt, the same dynamic excitement. I never thought that as a music lover, that I would say this for a Class D Digital Amplifier, but the fact is, Digital has come of age, and has sneaked up and become better in many ways. It will take very dedicated High End companies like Naim and Parasound Halo series, designed by John Curl to get on level terms or better than the Hypex NCore Technology as implemented by NAD in their Master Series. The NAD Master M10 is very new, and I have not seen any long term reviews on it yet, just Jan 2019 show reports from CES, Las Vegas. Let me be the first to truly recommend the NAD Master M10 to have sonic quality equal to that of any higher end amplifications at 5 times its price.

PRICE: ONLY $3299.00

Power: 100 watts per ch. 20 – 20KHz both channels drive @ 8 ohms, 160 Watts Dynamic Power at 8 ohms, and 300 Watts Dynamic Power at 4 ohms.
THD: Less than 0.03% from 0.4 Watt to 100 Watts, 8 or 4 ohms with Minimum Overall Negative Feedback.
DAC w/MQA will decode DSD, FLAC, WAV, AIFF. with sampling rate up to 32 bit/192 kHz PCM.
BluOS is compatible with Windows, Mac OS, Android and iOS.
In Canada, we recommend TIDAL HiFi where MQA files will stream in 24 Bit/96 kHz sampling.
In the USA, we recommend Qobuz and TIDAL HiFi for Hi-res streaming.