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NAP 300 DR

The NAP 300 power amplifier incorporates all the advances pioneered by its siblings and adopts the radical two-box configuration of the NAP 500: one box houses the amplification circuitry, while another – the 300 PS – hosts the power supply components.

£7,898

2 year warranty

Finance example

£1,579.60 initial 20% deposit then £210.61 per month for 30 months. Other finance terms available. Finance subject to status

NAP 300 DR

£7,898

The NAP 300 delivers 90W per channel into 8 ohms and is capable of prolonged output into 2 ohms with no discernible impact on performance. The result is both superior purity of tone and immense power.

Naim's flagship Statement amplification system was ten years in the making. The research and development project drew on all of their knowledge and expertise, yielding several breakthroughs in technology. They’ve recently introduced two new technologies from the Statement project to our core range of power amplifiers.

The NAP 300 now features the new NA009 transistors first introduced in Statement. In development for over a year, this key component was created in partnership with a specialist semi-conductor manufacturer to achieve the best possible sound quality. The 300 also includes the high power Naim Audio DR (Discrete Regulator) technology used in Statement to provide the smooth, stable power supply we know is critical for the audio electronics to make music come to life.

These two new technologies, combined with other small improvements to layout and components, mean the NAP 300 DR can produce even more of the fundamental musical pace, rhythm and timing that made the originals so popular with music lovers.

Tech spec

Inputs

2x XLR

Input Impedance

18kΩ

Speaker Outputs

L & R, 4mm “banana” sockets

Power Output

90W/channel, 8Ω

Supplied with

300PS, Burndy

Dimensions (HxWxD)

87 x 432 x 314 mm (excl. 300PS)

Weight

12.6Kg

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