M50 Digital Music Player Earns Prestigious CES Honour
November 21, 2012
NAD Electronics is very proud be named to the Consumer Electronics Association's 2013 CES Innovations Design and Engineering honouree list for our M50 Digital Music Player. This prestigious honour recognizes our modern Direct Digital approach to computer audio, and the ground-breaking achievements NAD has made in developing a "software defined" product that introduces today's audiophile to high definition 24/96 music.
Here at NAD, we've built a long history of pioneering new audio innovations in the past forty years with performance, value, simplicity and innovation at the forefront of every design. In 1977, NAD introduced the world's amplifier with Full Disclosure Power (FDP) into 2 ohms. Since then every Classic, Theatre and Masters Series component, including our latest Masters Digital Music Suite, has continued to raise the bar as music and interests continue to evolve.
Now, the much-talked about M50 Digital Music Player can join this elite group of audio products. With the M50, you can download, listen, stream, and store precious high definition recordings without a computer, changing the way people enjoy their collection of music. As the brain of the revolutionary Masters Digital Suite, our M50 is where most of the processing and control takes place, which can all be controlled with a touch of a iTouch, iPad, or Android device.
For more on the 2013 CES Innovations Design and Engineering Awards, click here.
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