Review NAD M33 all-in-one

Pros

  • Complete solution
  • Looks amazing
  • Very fine sound
  • Expandable

Cons

  • No usb-b possibility
  • No home theatre passthrough
  • Prijs: € 5499

    Build quality
    Usability
    Sound
    Price
    NAD M33

    Conclusion

    What a machine this is! Anyone who has seen our video about the NAD M33 knows that we are sincerely excited about this all-in-one. For 5500 you actually get the 'end-game'. Because with a few speakers and a set of cables you are just ready. Alpha Approved! Without a doubt... what a great device.

    For Whom?

    Contents

    Who’s this NAD M33 for now? Not for people that like a hifi-hobby… It’s too complete and too good for that: you’re just finished with a NAD M33. Pair a few fine speakers and you are ready. That takes the hobby away: there is nothing to tweak. Except maybe with Dirac.

    The NAD M33 is for those who want to play at a high level, but do not want any hassle. One device that can do anything. And one device that does everything right. Digital, analog, vinyl… Hassle-free streaming. Via BluOS or ROON. And that’s what this M33 does. No fuss… just music. Just add speakers, so to say.

    The fact that NAD managed that with the M33 is worth an Alpha Approved. What a machine… respect…

    Specifications NAD M33

    Power 200 watts / 8 ohms, 380 watts / 4 ohms
    Power bridge 700 watts
    Inputs analog Phono, cinch, xlr
    Digital inputs 2 x coaxial, 2 x optical, AES, Ethernet, wifi, Bluetooth, hdmi eARC.
    Outputs analog Pre-out, 2 x sub out
    Operation App, physical buttons and touch-screen
    Dimensions / weight 43.5 x 13.3 x 39×6 / 9.7 kg
    Price 5499

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