Unless you’re obsessed, keeping up to date with audiophile hi-fi equipment is tough.
There’s a never ending supply of generically-named companies combining some random letters and numbers, slapping them on a black cuboid, and then selling it for thousands of dollars.
It’s rare I see something I think will make an impact outside of the audiophile space, but the NAD M10 integrated amplifier has a chance to break the mould.
First off, yes, it’s a generically named company releasing a product whose name is a mix of a random letters and numbers.
Before we go on though, a note.
It’s also tiny (about half the size of a normal amp) and beautiful: