October 2, 2017 Next There is Nothing the NAD C 338 Cannot Do in Secrets of Home Theater HiFi Review Share “There is nearly nothing the C 338 cannot do,” says writer Jim Milton in his Secrets of Home Theater and High Fidelity review of the NAD C 338. As the first-ever hi-fi amp to have Chromecast built-in, the C 338 has a wide range of features that will appeal to audiophiles and music lovers alike. “The C 338 Hybrid Digital Integrated Amplifier takes a rugged and reliable two-channel design and adds digital inputs along with Wi-Fi streaming capabilities and built-in Chromecast,” says Milton. “Now you can enjoy clean, pure sound from both wired and wireless sources.”In his review, Milton highlights the C 338’s versatility thanks to its MM phono stage and integration with Bluetooth®. “Not only can you hook up analog source components, there’s even a moving-magnet phono stage for those participating in the resurgence of vinyl. If you’d rather keep things simple, stream your music over Wi-Fi or Bluetooth from today’s top services like Tidal and Spotify.”When it came time to play music through the C 338, Milton tested everything from Billy Joel to Simon & Garfunkel. While listening to Billy Joel’s Greatest Hits — Volume I & Volume II, Milton was “impressed that the C 338 reproduced the sound so naturally and with beautiful dynamics.”Whether he was listening to compact discs, or streaming from Spotify, Milton ultimately found that “the NAD C 338 will provide great sound by any method you choose.” Read Secrets of Home Theater and High Fidelity’s full review here.