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Naim NAP100 Power Amplifier

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The NAP 100 is a classic expression of traditional Naim power amplifier engineering. Offering 50 watts per channel at 8 Ohms, and 75 watts at 4 Ohms, the NAP 100 is a dual mono design based on the circuit topology found in our SuperUniti reference all-in-one player. While its dimensions are conveniently compact just 20cm wide its performance is seriously dynamic and expansive. Combine the NAP 100 with its partner the DAC-V1, and either a computer or UnitiServe for example, to create a thoroughly modern system, bursting with Naim rhythm and clarity.


  • Compact Design
  • Classic Naim discrete transistor power amplifier
  • 50 watts per channel into 8 Ohms (75 watts into 4 Ohms)
  • Dual Mono Design
  • Audiophile grade selected components
  • Linear power supply with a large toroidal transformer
  • Compact non-magnetic low-resonance chassis and sleeve
  • British design and build

Audio Inputs
Analogue Input: 1 x 4-pin DIN, 1 x RCA pair
Input Impedance: 18k

Audio Outputs
Gain: +29dB
Frequency Response: -3dB at 3.5Hz - 69kHz
Minimum Load Impedance: 2
Speaker Outputs: L & R, 4mm "banana" sockets

Power Output: 50W per channel into 8, 75W per channel into 4
Power Consumption (idle): 15VA
Power Consumption (max): 260VA

Dimensions (WxHxD): 207 x 87 x 314 mm
Weight: 5.1 kg
Finish: Black powder coated

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