What Hi-Fi (UK) - - Feature -

NAD doesn’t do things the way other au­dio com­pa­nies do. It keeps fea­tures to the bare es­sen­tials, fo­cus­ing on hon­est sim­plic­ity.

Sim­plic­ity keeps costs down, and ev­ery one of those un­nec­es­sary fea­tures that NAD leaves out means ex­tra in­vest­ment in the com­po­nents that re­ally make a dif­fer­ence to per­for­mance. Sim­plic­ity also im­proves sound by re­duc­ing the elec­tronic clut­ter within the case and short­en­ing the paths that the au­dio sig­nals need to travel. There’s less in there to dis­tort the sig­nal, so the sound that gets to your ears is closer to what was recorded at the start of the process. And isn’t that the whole point of hi-fi?

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