NAD AM230 Dolby Atmos Full Audio Module for T 758 - 777 - 787 - 187 - M15HDModel: MDC AM 230
Since its introduction back in 2006, NAD’s innovative MDC technology has allowed customers to seamlessly upgrade their NAD AV Receivers or Processors with the latest technologies and features. Featuring Dolby Atmos®, the AM 230 creates an expansive home audio experience by unleashing the power of this remarkable technology. With Dolby Atmos® you will hear your favourite movies in a whole new way and it can support up to a 7.1.4 Atmos speaker configuration. The perfect component to any home audio system, the AM 230 will produce an immersive soundstage unlike anything heard before.
Modular Design Construction (MDC)
NAD’s innovative MDC architecture is a highly advanced concept, allowing customers to upgrade their NAD AV Receiver or Processor with new technology and additional features well into the future. NAD introduced MDC in 2006 featuring the then advanced HDMI 1.2 digital transfer technology. Subsequent upgrades to HDMI 1.3, HDMI 1.4 and now HDMI 2.0 have kept NAD customers at the forefront of technology while protecting their original investment.
Although the AM 230 slots into NAD’s 7.1 chassis, it can support up to a 7.1.4 Atmos speaker configuration. This is accomplished with four channels of line level outputs used to connect to additional external amplification, like NAD’s CI 940 Amplifier. The AM 230 can also be configured to use the internal amplification to create a 5.1.2 setup.
When it comes to audio quality, NAD’s reputation for state-of-the-art digital engineering is on full display with audiophile-quality 24/192 DACs, delivering nearly unmeasurable noise and distortion with an extremely wide dynamic range capable of fully resolving the most advanced cinematic soundtracks and Hi-Res Audio content. Auto speaker setup makes all the adjustments for you, or you can manually set speaker levels, crossover frequency, and distances.
Featuring Dolby Atmos®Dolby Atmos provides the biggest step forward in surround sound since Dolby Digital debuted in the 1990s. Using object-based decoding and additional overhead speakers, the movie director can place objects firmly and believably in three-dimensional spaces, creating the most realistic and immersive audio experience ever developed for the home. Even if you don’t plan on adding the additional speakers required for a full Atmos Theatre, the new down mix features of Atmos are a vast improvement over the earlier Dolby Digital and Dolby Digital Plus down mix engines. Of course DTS TrueHD, HD and Neo:6 are also fully supported. Support for DTS® X will be added in a future software update.