Combining a streamer with a 100 watt per channel amp, the M10 v2 can also power a wireless 4.0, 4.1, or 4.2 channel home theater. The Hybrid Digital nCore amplifier has newly updated gain algorithms and a 32-bit/384kHz ESS Sabre DAC. A seven-inch IPS color LCD touchscreen eliminates the need for buttons and knobs on the beautiful Gorilla glass front panel. For Bluetooth, it has a two-way Qualcomm AptX HD with NFC pairing for compatible devices.
The M10 v2 has preamp outputs and two independent subwoofer outputs with updated gain algorithms. There are also HDMI eARC, USB, and coaxial/optical inputs to help make it the central nexus of a compact and powerful home music system. The BluOS app includes streaming services such as Amazon, Spotify, Tidal (with MQA), TuneIn, Napster, Deezer, and my favorite, Qobuz. The M10 v2 can stream music wirelessly to two rear channel speakers. And it comes with a stylish remote handset, along with the ability to control it from your phone (iOS or Android).
Look for my full review coming soon.