First designed by Naim founder Julian Vereker in 1971, the NAP 200 has Naim musicality written into its DNA. As our first production amplifier, no single product encapsulates our philosophy better. Its design is simple and uncompromising, with a single-minded focus on one thing: creating an enduring musical connection with the listener.
More recently the NAP 200 has benefitted from the years of research that went into the NAP 500amplifier. Many of the developments from the 500 Series project have helped to revitalise its electronic design and componentry bringing significant and hard-earned gains to performance. Beneath this new technology however, it retains the values which helped to make it an icon: simplicity, focus and sheer musicality.
New for 2015
The NAP 200 has been revitalised and reintroduced for 2015 with the addition of a Naim DR (Discrete Regulator) module to power its partnered Naim preamplifier. This comes alongside small improvements to some internal componentry and layout that combine to lift its musical performance even further than the original.