NAD Electronics at House of Music
NAD Electronics was born in 1972 when a team of audio-industry veterans set out to create a new kind of audio company. This passionate group of listeners decided to focus on creating products and technology with three qualities critical to a superior audio experience: performance, value and simplicity.
For music lovers and discerning audiophiles, the central aim of enjoyment is quality audio performance. With a team of innovators unraveling the complex process of delivering impeccable audio, NAD Electronics focuses on attention-to-detail to provide consistent, lifelike sound.
To the customer’s delight, NAD Electronics believes that good design should never come at the listener’s expense. And while simplicity is highly emphasized in NAD Electronics components, their performance is anything but unassuming.
After 50 years of experience in producing high quality audio, it should come as no surprise that this Canadian company has a wide and deep product offering of NAD audio home theater and hi-fi/stereo components. It should also come as no surprise that most of the NAD audio products are award-winning for their performance, design and value.
From AV receivers to amplifiers and Blu-Ray players, the NAD audio home theater line is robust for both those who are dipping their toes into the upgraded sound experience to professionals alike. The Masters line takes home theater to the next level, boasting a Modular Design Construction that can be upgraded to keep components at pace with the ever-changing digital landscape.
For hi-fi and stereo enthusiasts, NAD audio boasts an incredible assortment of hi-fi amplifiers, hi-fi receivers, digital-to-analog converters, music streamers, tuners and so much more. NAD Electronics even offers an extraordinary turntable for vinyl enthusiasts.
For audiophiles who enjoy their music on the go, or just want to be integrate their portable player into a quality sound system, NAD audio offers a number of components that integrate with on-the-go technology like the iPod, Spotify Connect, Airplay, and more.