The Naim SUPERNAIT 2 combines a muscular 80 Watts per channel power amplifier with six analogue inputs. In terms of both performance and hardware, it is conceptually as close as it is possible to get to separate pre and power amps in one box. It borrows advanced technology from Naim’s flagship preamplifiers, the NAC 552, and in employing the latest Naim DR (Discrete Regulator) techniques in its power supply, sits right at the forefront of Naim amplifier technology. It is also constructed in the classic Naim full height extruded aluminium enclosure.
With an improved power supply, revised electronic design, upgraded components and a new 1/4" (6.35mm) front panel headphone output. At 80W per channel it remains powerful enough to drive even the most demanding loudspeakers. Its full Naim preamplifier section doubles as a Class-A headphone amplifier and is further improved with the introduction of Naim DR (Discrete Regulator) technology. Its input sockets are now all individually decoupled and hand-wired to maximise fidelity and take integrated amplifier performance to new heights.
80W per channel (in 8 ohms), 130W per channgel (into 4 ohms)
Built in Naim DR (Discrete Regulator) supplying preamplifier section
ľ? (6.35mm) headphone output and high-quality Class-A headphone amplifier
Constant current source circuit technique employed (introduced in NAC 552 preamplifier) to provide ultra-quiet drive signals for relays to improve sound quality
All inputs are individually decoupled and hand-wired for improved microphonic isolation (as per NAC 282 upwards)
Ceramic heat sink isolation for improved sound quality on power and preamp section
Performance upgradable via Naim FlatCap, HiCap or SuperCap power supplies
Powered input for use with StageLine or SuperLine phono stages
USB-mini B for future software upgrades
British build and design
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