Naim have announced the completion of a two-year development project to design an improved voltage regulator to be used in its power supplies.

The Naim Discrete Regulator (DR) will be fitted to the HiCap, XPS, SuperCap, 552 PS and 555 PS power supplies as of May 14th 2012. The power supplies fitted with the new Discrete Regulator are claimed to  deliver a significant and repeatedly demonstrable performance increase.

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