The NAP 100 is a classic expression of traditional Naim power amplifier engineering. While its dimensions are conveniently compact – just a mere 20cm wide – its performance is seriously dynamic and expansive.
The NAP 100 is perfect for a number of applications, adding a dose of Naim musicality to a wide variety of systems. Paired with our DAC-V1 digital-to-analogue converter, it becomes the power behind a high-end system to unleash the music from your PC or Mac. Add a UnitiServe to the equation and you create a full hi-fi system that divorces your listening experience from the desktop and allows you complete control from our n-Serve iOS app.
1 x 4-pin DIN, 1 x RCA pair
-3dB at 3.5Hz - 69kHz
Minimum Load Impedance
L & R, 4mm “banana” sockets
50W per channel into 8Ω, 75W per channel into 4Ω
115V or 230V, 50 or 60Hz
Power Consumption (quiescent)
87 x 207 x 314 mm
210 x 280 x 410 mm
Black powder coated
Black powder coated
50W per channel output into 8 ohms
Dual mono power amplifier design
Audiophile grade hand-selected components
Linear power supply with a large toroidal transformer
Despite its small size, the NAP 100 packs a serious punch when it comes to sound quality. Delivering 50 watts per channel into 8 Ohms, and 75 watts into 4 Ohms, its dual mono design is based on the circuit topology found in our reference all-in-one player, the SuperUniti.
Our engineers also took inspiration from classic Naim power amplifier design in developing the NAP 100. A large toroidal transformer and hand-matched, hand-wired critical componentry allow it to bring new levels of clarity and vitality to your music.
Studio Quality Sound Experience From Elegant and Understated Design Denon’s Music Maniac™ AH-C50MABK In-Ear Headphones feature 9mm drivers professionally tuned to a Flat EQ to deliver an acoustically transparent music experience. The AH-C50MABK In-Ear Headphones also feature an in-line 1-button remote and microphone for easy control of select Android and Apple devices and other smartphones*, as well as clear phone conversations and voice recognition operations.