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NAD powers up new M33 with Eigentakt

NAD has used CES in Las Vegas to announce its first product to feature a new Class-D amplifier technology called HybridDigital Purifi ‘Eigentakt’ (which means ‘self-clocking’ or ‘self-oscillating’), developed in collaboration with Danish amplifier module maker Purifi Audio.

The new NAD ‘Masters Series’ M33 is a DAC/amplifier that

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