The NAD C 700’s sleek and solid aluminum chassis, 5″ color display, and small footprint may just embody the future of integrated amplifiers. It can handle analog and digital sources, but its streaming capabilities mean that this 80-watt-per-channel integrated amp and a pair of speakers can stand alone — or be the heart of a fantastic stereo system. The C 700 features built-in Apple AirPlay 2 so you can easily stream music files using an iPhone® or iPad® and ask Siri to play Apple Music. Two-way Bluetooth with aptX HD® lets you stream from your mobile device to the amp, or from the amp to compatible wireless speakers or headphones. The front-panel navigation buttons and multi-function knob give you flexible control through the display menus. But the C 700’s built-in BluOS streaming platform means you get access to a wide variety of streaming sources using a free app on your mobile device. Play TIDAL, Qobuz, Spotify and more — plus digital music storage sources like a NAS drive on your local network or a USB-connected drive. And you can add, group, and control other BluOS speakers and components (sold separately), so you can have app-controlled music in different setups throughout your home. Dual stereo RCA inputs let you connect components like an external DAC or even a turntable with a phono preamp. Toslink optical and digital coaxial inputs make use of the C 700’s high-res internal DAC for making digital sources sound great. An ARC-enabled HDMI input lets you use the C 700 to enhance your TV sound. RCA preamp outputs let you pass the signal along to additional amps so you can build out your system. There’s also a wired subwoofer output, and you can fine-tune its crossover using the front panel setup selectors — or the app.