Superb NAD M50 and M52 Review from The Ear
February 22, 2013
In the latest equipment report on The-Ear.net, the UK based high-end audiophile website, editor René van Es applauds the ‘jitter-free sound’ of NAD’s M50 Digital Music Player and M52 Digital Music Vault in his detailed review. Backed with one of Consumer Electronics Association’s Innovations Design and Engineering honouree awards, the M50 is what digital natives have been waiting for, and bridges the gap between music collections stored on a computer and those played on a stereo system.
“…the M50, it is not only an extremely good digital music player, I would say it is a major step for the audiophile mankind…”
"one of the most important aspects of the M50 is its ability to play any file type (WAV, FLAC, ALAC, MP3, WMA, Ogg Vorbis, AIFF) at up to 24-bit/192 kHz from any input."
" Anyone using a Logitech or any other comparable digital music player that’s looking for something better needs an M50."
"No matter how you offer your music, USB or on Ethernet, what goes in comes out unaltered. No upsampling, no downsampling."
For the full review on The-Ear.net, click here.
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