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NAD’s CS1 Endpoint Network Streamer is an easy and affordable way to add audiophile-grade music streaming to any stereo or home-theatre setup. Or you can combine the CS1 with a pair of powered speakers to configure a modern, low-footprint music system. Featuring Bluetooth®, Ethernet, and Wi-Fi connectivity, the CS1 supports the most popular network streaming and casting protocols, including Apple AirPlay 2, Google Chromecast, Spotify Connect, Tidal Connect, and Roon. The CS1 can play high-resolution audio, up to 24-bit/192kHz.

Regardless of how you stream or cast music to the CS1, you’ll love what you hear. Employing premium components throughout, the CS1 features an advanced differential digital section based on Texas Instruments’ PCM5142, a chip known for its extremely low noise, excellent dynamic performance, and immunity to clock jitter. It supports resolution up to 24-bit/192kHz and has MQA pass-through support for both digital outputs, enabling full MQA decoding and rendering by a compatible external DAC for playing Master Quality Authenticated music.

You can connect the CS1 to your home network via Wi-Fi or hardwire its Ethernet port to your network router or an access point. The CS1 has a pair of RCA line-level analogue outputs for connection to a stereo receiver, integrated amp, preamplifier, or a pair of powered speakers. Alternatively, you can use the CS1’s optical or coaxial output to send digital audio at up to 24-bit/192kHz resolution to powered loudspeakers with digital inputs, or to a home-theatre receiver or external DAC.

A compact, minimalist design, the NAD CS1 Endpoint Network Streamer makes it simple to add streaming capability to any sound system—without the need for special apps. Choose the music you want to hear with apps you already know, then sit back and enjoy audiophile-grade sound.

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