NAD Electronics has introduced the C 700 BluOS Streaming Amplifier, a compact amp that just requires the addition of speakers to get going.
With a suggested retail price of $1499 / £1299 / €1499 / CDN$1999, NAD says the C 700 streaming amplifier is designed for the listener who’s after an “uncompromised listening experience” with a focus on value.
Much of that value likely comes from the integration of the BluOS interface, offering users the ability to stream from internet radio stations and music streaming services such as Spotify, Amazon Music HD, Tidal and Qobuz, with the C 700 said to deliver a similar experience to that of NAD’s own award–winning M10 music streaming amplifier.
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