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NAD M51


Note: input selection is available from the front panel, but volume can only be adjusted via the remote control.
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Product highlights:

35-bit/844kHz up-sampling digital-to-analog converter operating in differential mode for precise sound
asynchronous USB technology for reduced jitter and better sound with computer-based audio
front-panel vacuum fluorescent display shows sampling rate to verify source quality
preamp function with selectable inputs and remote volume control
35-bit DSP-based volume control maintains full 24-bit resolution sound
phase-inversion (polarity) switch to compensate for out-of-phase recordings or phase-inverting amplifiers
HDMI connections with video pass through to allow two-channel home theater with a Blu-ray or DVD player source
remote control

Inputs:

two digital audio inputs: one optical (Toslink) and one RCA coaxial
USB (Type B) input for connecting a computer
two HDMI inputs for stereo-only audio and 3D-compatible video pass through
balanced digital XLR audio (AES/EBU)

Outputs:

one pair RCA audio
one pair balanced XLR audio
one HDMI video

Other info & specs:

supported sample rates: 32kHz to 192kHz (USB and digital S/PDIF inputs)
dedicated NAD USB Audio 2.0 Windows driver required for playback on a PC (free USB driver download available from NAD's website)
Mac OSX 10.6 or later includes NAD USB Audio driver, so no download is required
frequency response: 20Hz to 96kHz @ 192kHz sampling rate(±0.5 dB)
THD: <0.001%
signal-to-noise ratio: less than -123 dB
channel separation: greater than 115 dB
output level: 2V
RS-232 port for automated control systems
12-volt trigger and IR input
detachable power cord
17-1/8"W x 3"H x 13-1/16"D
weight: 12.8 lbs.


 

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