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Featuring a Sigma VXP image processor that can access over a billion colors for high-quality, realistic video reproduction.

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Pros

Remote control is PC-programmable for customized control.

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Modular design allows for simple upgrading, makes the M15 HD practically future proof.

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Very solid, high-quality build--made from quality materials.

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Four times the processing power of the original M15 including 2bit floating point DSPs and 128x oversampling ADCs.

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Redesigned GUI from the M15 offers easier navigation and control.

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Supports three independent audio Zones.

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Simple, clean visual aesthetic with a slight retro flair.

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Cons

Lacks THX certification--something present in most similarly priced alternatives.

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The NAD M15 HD is an HD audio/visual surround-sound preamplifier featuring a Sigma VXP image processor that can access over a billion colors for high-quality, realistic video reproduction. This allows it to process 1080p HDMI digital content, as well as upscale analog (s-video, component) content to HDMI. And on the audio end, the M15 HD uses a 24-bit/192kHz DAC (with upconversion supported) and offers 4x the processing power of the original M15. Unfortunately the M15 HD is single-sided only, so it doesn’t offer balanced (XLR) inputs or outputs. There are however four sets of L/R two-channel analog inputs. Also supported is multi-room audio/videio options, and a remote that provides direct access to all system components.

Features
  • A/V Surround-Sound Preamplifier
  • Dolby/DTS Codecs
  • Audyssey MultiEQ Pro
  • Sigma XVP HD Scaling to 1080p
  • Digital HD AV Inputs with HDMI Repeating
  • 4 Analogue AV Inputs with Composite and S-Video
  • 3 HD Component Video Inputs
  • 4 Coax and 4 Optical Digital inputs
  • 3 Analogue Stereo Inputs
  • 7.1 Direct Analogue Input
  • Video Upconversion
  • RS-232 Interface
  • 12V Triggers
  • Zone 2 Independent AV Output
  • Zone ¾ Independent Audio Output
  • Dual differential 24-bit, 192 kHz DACs
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