First introduced in 1975, the NAP 250 power amplifier has become an iconic product. Its aesthetic and technical evolution has ensured its sustained first-rate performance over the years, creating unforgettable musical experiences.
The new sixth-generation model delivers more power than ever before. Its ultra-modern technology offers unrivalled performance and system flexibility. Designed in Salisbury, United Kingdom, the NAP 250 power amplifier can be paired with the loudspeakers of your choice to deliver outstanding listening sessions.
The iconic Naim amplifier
To maximise the potential of your loudspeakers and music, pair the NSC 222 with its ideal counterpart: the NAP 250 power amplifier. First introduced in 1975, the NAP 250 has evolved into an iconic product. Today, it delivers more power than ever and offers increased flexibility within a complete system. The cutting-edge engineering behind the NAP 250 results in unparalleled performance. It provides 100 watts of A/B class power per channel, fully adjustable to unleash your music in the most remarkable way.
The best of Naim
The cutting-edge design of the NAP 250 allows it to be used even at high sound levels, thanks to its heat sink that reacts to increased volume, keeping the amplifier “cool”. Other improvements include symmetrical XLR connections and a series of technologies derived from Naim’s iconic Statement amplifier. This includes an eddy current separator available between the loudspeaker outputs. The NAP 250 also incorporates Naim Audio DR (Discrete Regulator) technology, as found in the Statement, benefiting from the stable, fluid power supply known to be essential.
Under the guidance of their Technical Director, Naim’s specialist engineers have developed simple yet elegant circuits. These are combined with the acclaimed and high-performing DR technology, ensuring a stable and fluid power supply essential for superior performance. The engineering teams select only the highest-quality components, including Statements NA009 power transistors, and perform ultra-precise measurements to achieve an uncompromising result.
A timeless design
Naim’s founder, Julian Vereker, quickly recognized the numerous benefits of aluminium as a material for encasing Naim electronic components. Understanding that delicate audio components are highly sensitive to the effects of magnetic fields, unstable temperatures, and unwanted vibrations, among other factors, he chose a different path. While other manufacturers opted for bending thin sheets of steel, Naim stood apart by using thick plates of aluminium, prioritizing the protection and performance of their components.
The story of Naim and aluminium
Naim’s founder, Julian Vereker, recognized the numerous advantages of using aluminium to encase Naim electronic components. He was aware that delicate audio components are highly sensitive to the effects of magnetic fields, unstable temperatures, and unwanted vibrations, among other factors. While other manufacturers opted for bending thin sheets of steel, Naim chose to use thick plates of aluminium.