The C 338 Hybrid Digital Integrated Amplifier allows you to stream or cast music directly from a mobile device or any music streaming app (like Spotify), so you can enjoy your favorite music sans wires. Bluetooth® is also incorporated into the C 338 so the streaming experience can be more fully taken advantage of by your mobile devices. A moving-magnet phono input allows vinyl enthusiasts to get in on the fun as well.
Though the NAD C 338 Hybrid Digital Integrated Amplifier comes with a remote that handles the basic functions of volume, input selection, and device settings, you can also control it with an iOS or Android app for even greater convenience.
NAD has engineered the C 338’s highly-efficient power supply with a customized Hypex® UCD output stage to pump out 160 watts of continuous power into two channels, and over 300 watts instantaneously to meet the demands of the most ardent audiophile. Class D technology provides very linear voltage over a wide bandwidth and delivers consistent, noise-free performance. Inputs include both analog and digital for ultimate flexibility. A separate headphone amp is built in which can drive the most demanding headphones, and a subwoofer can be added to the NAD C 338 to round out the package.
Look for my review of the NAD C 338 Hybrid Digital Integrated Amplifier in the next few weeks. The NAD C 338 is reasonably priced at an MSRP of $649.