NAD M32 is a CES 2017 Innovation Award Honouree
November 10, 2017
Last night at CES Unveiled New York, the Consumer Technology Association named the NAD M32 a CES 2017 Innovation Award Honouree, adding it to a shortlist of the hottest and most cutting-edge High Performance Home Audio/Video products. Judged by a panel of tech experts, the CES Innovation Awards recognize only the highest-rated products and technologies, making it an incredible honour for the NAD research & development team to be presented with this award.
Redefining the integrated amp with the shortest signal path in NAD's history, the M32 takes the NAD Masters line to the next level. In our mission to deliver the most accurate music experience and virtually eliminate all distortion, NAD's team of engineers combined all preamp and power functions into a single amplifying stage controlled by software. NAD's innovative and industry-renowned DirectDigital™ technology and a phono input is also on-board, providing 150W watts of digital-driven power for anything from your music collection--vinyl or hi-res 24-bit/192kHz tracks. Want more connectivity? Not a problem, thanks to its Modular Design Construction (MDC) that allows you to add the BluOS MDC Module and connect to your home network for access to your streaming services and local music libraries.
The M32 will be on display at the Innovations Showcase during CES 2017, which runs January 5-8 in Las Vegas. NAD will also be at CES in the Venetian Hotel Suite 30-235 with the full NAD Masters line and the latest products.
Visit www.ces.tech/events-programs/innovation-awards/honorees for more on this year's class of honourees, or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about NAD at CES 2017.
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