Review: NAD M33
Awesome, smart and strong
Described as a smart amplifier, the NAD M33 is not just an improved M32. In fact, it is renewed in every way - and improved in most.
Genuine high-end, fun to listen to and lots of power. Built-in BluOS streaming and space correction.
Significantly more expensive than its predecessor. You will have to pay extra for the full version of the room correction.
- Output power: 2 x 200 W in 8 ohms / 2 x 380 W in 4 ohms
- Output power, bridged: 1 x 700 W in 8 ohms
- Digital inputs: 1 x AES / EBU (XLR), 2 x coaxial, 2 x optical (TOSLINK), USB Type A, HDMI, Ethernet
- Analog inputs: Line in (stereo RCA), balanced (stereo XLR), turntable (MM / MC) (stereo RCA)
- Outputs: 2 sets of speakers (banana / screw terminals), pre out (stereo RCA), subwoofer (stereo RCA), headphones
- Wireless: AirPlay 2, Bluetooth 5 (aptX HD, bidirectional), Wi-Fi 5
- Resolution: 24 bit / 96 kHz (optical), 24 bit / 192 kHz (coaxial, USB)
- Dimensions and weight: 43.5 x 13.3 x 39.6 cm / 9.7 kg
- Web: hifiklubben.com