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Continuing the “just add speakers” revolution started by its predecessor, the NAD M10 V2 BluOS Streaming Amplifier adds support for Dolby Digital Surround and includes an IR remote control.

NAD Electronics has announced the new and improved NAD Masters M10 V2 BluOS Streaming Amplifier, which features 100 watts per channel of amplification and BluOS streaming capabilities, and adds the capability to expand with Dolby Digital Surround decoding, an enclosed IR remote control, and updated gain algorithms.

NAD M10 V2 BluOS Streaming Amplifier

The new NAD M10 V2 BluOS Streaming Amplifier


“The original M10 caught the industry off-guard and made audiophiles and non-audiophiles reimagine what hi-fi can and should be,” stated Cas Oostvogel, Product Manager for NAD Electronics. “The M10 V2 continues where the first left off and adds even more versatility as a two-channel or potentially a wireless home theatre system.”

NAD M10 V2 BluOS Streaming Amplifier

NAD M10 V2 BluOS Streaming Amplifier with remote


The NAD M10 V2 includes audiophile–grade speaker terminals and two independent subwoofer jacks. Output settings for the subwoofer are easily controlled and adjusted through the BluOS Controller app. Home theatre fans can easily build a Dolby Digital Surround Sound wireless 4.0, 4.1 or 4.2 immersive home theatre system using a pair of BluOS surround-enabled wireless speakers or amplifiers. The M10 V2 is capable of transmitting to rear channels wirelessly, with very low latency, making connecting wires around the room unnecessary.


The NAD M10 V2 offers plenty of control options including a full-colour touchscreen front panel. New to this iteration of the product is an included an IR remote control for easy access to basic audio controls and presets. Streaming music can be controlled through the BluOS app, which includes dozens of natively integrated music streaming services and thousands of Internet radio stations. The NAD M10 V2 supports AirPlay 2, Bluetooth aptX HD, is Roon Ready, and can be used with popular voice control assistants. For smart homes, the M10 V2 can be integrated into Control4, Crestron, Lutron, and other home-automation systems, so you can control music playback, along with other home systems like lighting, shades, HVAC, and security.

NAD M10 V2 BluOS Streaming Amplifier

The NAD M10 V2 BluOS Streaming Amplifier has a new touchscreen panel


THE NAD M10 V2 features audiophile-grade amplification and DAC, with built in sources and pre-amp capabilities. Featuring an upgraded 7” IPS colour touchscreen, the M10 V2 delivers purer colours and a wider viewing angle than its predecessor. NCore amplification technology conservatively rated at 100 watts per channel is included. The M10 V2’s updated gain algorithms allow for higher output levels with inefficient speakers. Higher gain is also included in the subwoofer outputs, which allows for a wider range of subwoofer-main speaker combinations. Its ESS Sabre DAC effortlessly handles BluOS audio streams, which processes up to 24-bit/192kHz, and supports MQA and other lossless and high-resolution audio formats from streaming services such as Amazon Music Ultra HD, Deezer, Qobuz, and Tidal.


Created by the design firm DF-ID, the M10 V2 features a solid brushed aluminium chassis and Gorilla Glass top and front panels. The minimalist design allows for the NAD M10 V2 to fit into any living space, With the addition of Dirac Live room correction, the enclosed calibrated microphone allows for measurement of the room’s acoustic anomalies, helping to correct peaks and dips caused by the room’s acoustics up to 500Hz (a full-bandwidth version is available through Dirac). Up to five listening profiles can be uploaded and saved to create a tailored experience if there are multiple listening positions, you have two or more channels active or want to compensate for whether or not the curtains are drawn, for example.

NAD M10 V2 BluOS Streaming Amplifier

NAD M10 V2 BluOS Streaming Amplifier is a ‘just add speakers’ unit


Through the user-friendly BluOS app, listeners are able to play music from their favourite streaming service, as well as locally stored music. The NAD M10 V2 includes RCA analogue, optical and coaxial digital, HDMI eARC, and USB Type A inputs, to connect compact disc players, game consoles, external drives, media adapters, flat-panel displays, and other components. Two-way aptX HD Bluetooth is also featured showcasing the versatility of the M10 V2. Listeners are further able to choose their listening medium of choice such as stereo loudspeakers, wireless headphones, a surround sound setup or a multi-room set-up of up to 63 other BluOS wireless players.

NAD M10 V2 BluOS Streaming Amplifier

NAD M10 V2 BluOS Streaming Amplifier rear panel


Wireless 4.0, 4.1 and 4.2-channel surround sound options

Hybrid Digital nCore Amplifier with updated gain algorithms

Continuous Power: 100W into 8/4 Ohms

Dynamic Power: 160W into 8 Ohms 300W into 4 Ohms

32-bit/384kHz ESS Sabre DAC

Dirac Live Room Correction

IPS Colour LCD display

Infrared remote control handset included

Amazon Alexa & Google Assistant voice control skills

AirPlay 2 integration, with support for Siri Voice Assistant

Roon Ready

Spotify Connect and Tidal Connect

Two-way Qualcomm aptX HD Bluetooth

NFC Bluetooth pairing for compatible smart devices

BluOS multi-room compatible

Gigabit Ethernet; Wi-Fi 802.11ac (WiFi 5)

HDMI eARC,USB Type A inputs

Stereo line analogue and coaxial/optical digital inputs

Preamp output, two independent subwoofer outputs with updated gain algorithms- IR Input, 12V Trigger Out

Apps for iOS, Android, macOS, Windows, Crestron, Control4, RTI, URC, Elan, Lutron, iPort

Wide variety of premium music services supported in BluOS app, including Amazon, Spotify, Tidal, TuneIn, Napster, Deezer, Qobuz and many others

Support for all major lossless and lossy formats, including WAV, FLAC, AIFF, ALAC, AAC, MP3, Ogg Vorbis, and others

MQA decoding and rendering


Ships globally in August 2021 and will retail for US $2,749 (€2,999).

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