M10 BluOS Streaming Amplifier

M10 BluOS Streaming Amplifier

– BluOS Streaming Amplifier
– HybridDigital nCore Amplifier
– Continuous Power: 100W into 8/4 Ohms
– Dynamic Power: 160W into 8 Ohms 300W into 4 Ohms
– 32-BIT/384kHz ESS Sabre DAC
– 1GHz ARM® CORTEX A9 Processor
– Dirac Live Room Correction*
– Color TFT display
– Supports Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant Voice Control Skills
– AirPlay 2 Integration
– Supports Siri Voice Assistant via AirPlay 2
– Two-way Qualcomm aptX HD Bluetooth
– NFC Bluetooth pairing for compatible smart devices
– BluOS multi-room compatible
– Gigabit Ethernet
– HDMI eARC, USB Type A Input
– Stereo Line Inputs, Coax/Optical Inputs
– Preamp Output, Dual Mono Subwoofer Outputs
– IR Input, 12V Trigger Out
– Apps for iOS, Android, Mac OS, Windows,
Crestron, Control4, RTI, URC, Elan, Lutron,
iPort
– Wide variety of premium music services
supported in App, including Amazon, Spotify,
Tidal, TuneIn, Napster, Deezer, Qobuz and
many others

The audio world has evolved. Once available solely on physical media, the best quality of music is now delivered over the internet. Not only does it sound better, but entire catalogues of recorded music are more accessible than ever before. Curated playlists make music selection and discovery easy and fun, while multi-room wireless audio multiplies the possibilities. With the NAD Masters M10 we combine a complete modern hifi system with state-of-the-art amplification into a compact chassis to make it an all-in-one solution that will transport you to your favourite musical destination.

Additional information

Summit Date

# of HDMI Inputs

Touchscreen

VU Meters

Voice Control

Smartphone App Control

Preamp Mode (Can be used as a preamp only)

Digital Coaxial Input

Optical (SPDIF) Input

# of Analog Inputs (RCA)

Stable at 4 Ohms

Roon Compatibility Type

Network Streaming

# of Subwoofer Outputs

Low-Pass Crossover

Tone Controls

CEC

HDMI ARC

MQA Decoding

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