Thanks to the integration of BluOS, the new amplifier from NAD can access music from a digital library as well as from internet radio and streaming services. The C 700 is housed in a solid aluminum enclosure with a glass front and has a high-resolution 5-inch color display that shows album art, track status and system settings. An existing remote control can also be programmed to work with it.
With NAD's proven and highly efficient HybridDigital UcD amplifier technology, the C 700 is suposed to deliver 2 x 80 watts of continuous power and 2 x 120 watts of pulse power. In addition to the speaker outputs, there is a subwoofer output complete with low-pass and high-pass filter adjustment, which can be accessed via the BluOS app.
Two pairs of analog RCA inputs, coaxial and optical digital inputs and an HDMI eARC port provide further means for physical connections. The new amp also features a bi-directional aptX HD Bluetooth interface.
In Germany, the C 700 is supposed to already be available starting this October for around €1500.