NAD M22 Stereo Power Amplifier

$2,999.00 $1,499.00
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Connect to the emotion of live performance through detailed sound, with both amazing control and transparency. While it is easy to find amplifiers that can excel in one or two areas, the M22 is an amplifier that truly does everything well. Wide open-loop bandwidth, extremely low-phase shift, almost non-existent noise, and high current capability all add up to one incredible performance. Wielding NAD’s PowerDrive circuit topology, the M22 delivers unbelievable power to any loudspeaker. Distortion and noise become functionally nonexistent and nearly unmeasureable thanks to the M22’s switch mode design, resulting in a clear, amazing sound. Possessing harmonic and intermodulation distortion independent of load, as well as low output impedance uniformly at all audible frequencies, the M22 is a powerhouse unit built to break down barriers to audiophile-grade sound.

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Richard Dixon
Absolutely superb power amp

I replaced my trusty but slightly old Tag McLaren 100*2 power amp with the NAD M22 and it is just superb. I have had NAD equipment past and it always impressed me, but this master series is on a completely different level.

The bass has become much tighter and the imaging is just so precise now, I didn’t realize that my Tag amp was lacking in this area until now.

Now I guess I’ll have to save up for a matching re-amp

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Richard Dixon
Absolutely superb power amp

I replaced my trusty but slightly old Tag McLaren 100*2 power amp with the NAD M22 and it is just superb. I have had NAD equipment past and it always impressed me, but this master series is on a completely different level.

The bass has become much tighter and the imaging is just so precise now, I didn’t realize that my Tag amp was lacking in this area until now.

Now I guess I’ll have to save up for a matching re-amp