Naim AudioNDSNaim Audio NDS Reference Streamer/ Dac + 555PSRarely Available, I’m selling Naim’s Reference Streamer/DAC. I have owned it since new and it is in perfect condition. In addition I’m including the PS555 and Burndies and Din Cable. The reviews ...12500.00

Naim Audio NDS Reference Streamer/ Dac + 555PS

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Ships fromHouston, TX, 77005
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Rarely Available, I’m selling Naim’s Reference Streamer/DAC. I have owned it since new and it is in perfect condition. In addition I’m including the PS555 and Burndies and Din Cable.



The reviews speak for themselves and this is truly a Flagship Product;



“Naim's addictive flagship streamer more than lives up to its billing as 'The Ultimate Reference Audiophile Network Player'



Frankly, if there’s a better way to play digital music in the home right now, we’ve yet to hear it.



It’s not just the bags and bags of detail on offer from just about every file you throw at the NDS, it’s the way the thing can boogie hard when required or just cruise through some sweet jazz or acoustic music, then drop down a gear and rumble out really nasty, dirty bass when required.


It’s the way you can hear that roar of amplification before Keith Richards lets fly with a solo, the sense of the presence of the audience on a live recording or just the space of the studio environment in the second or two between a track beginning and a chamber ensemble starting to play.” - WhatHiFi



“Its key strength, though, is an ability to shock you with the sort of dynamic range that few other sources can resolve. And that’s part of the NDS’s abilities; it brings out a lot of information that didn’t make it out of digital players of any kind. It’s not overly dynamic; just that other players in contrast sound undynamic and uncoordinated. This isn’t just the big stuff that makes a difference; listening to those late Johnny Cash recordings is always at once a brilliant and painful experience, but hearing the same cut on the NDS is a heart-stopping, searing sound of a man at the end of his time”. - HiFi +

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