The NADAC+ Player PL8 brought the platform to an MQA compatible streaming environment. Mr. Rubinson commended Merging Technologies’ efforts to have “successfully added full-feature music-player software to its well-received DAC… (I refer you to my March 2016 review of the NADAC Multichannel-8 MC8 to see why the latter is still listed in Class A of […]
Andrew Everard reviewed the Merging+NADAC in the November 2016 issue of Hi-Fi News. He addresses whether the Merging+NADAC really brings anything special to the table, besides sheer number of connectivity choices. “…using this unusual DAC with my usual ‘computer audio’ rig was no trickier than with any conventional USB-connected digital audio device. However, what does […]
A new generation of integrated audiophile server will be demonstrated by On a Higher Note Puidoux, Switzerland. September 2016: Merging Technologies will display a pre-production version of the Merging+NADAC Player at the Rocky Mountain Audio Fest. The result of a dynamic partnership with Roon Labs, On a Higher Note, Merging’s US distributor will be demonstrating […]
Audiostream’s Michael Lavorgna recently reviewed the Merging+ NADAC. Listening to my system with the NADAC in it was pretty much pure pleasure. Over the course of many weeks, the NADAC delivered a super clean, super stable, highly detailed musical picture while not being fatiguing or unnatural sounding. It was easy to relax and enjoy all […]
Exactly one year since the Merging+ NADAC’s debut at the Munich High End audio show, Merging Technologies has announced that they have partnered with ROON to create a Merging+ NADAC with a new music server running ROON and TIDAL. The new player will be shown at T.H.E. Show Newport 2016.
Philip’s Show Report for the Audio Elegance event last month—November in Fort Lauderdale—part of the “Is the Artist in the Room?” music seminar series. Equipment list included Vivid Audio GIYA G3, Luxman L-590AX, Luxman PD-171AL turntable, Luxman DA-06 DSD DAC and Merging Technologies NADAC.