These do look like excellent values. Just a quick comparison, all for 7-channel varieties using 8-ohm ratings:
D-Sonic M3a-2800-7 - $3,075 (400wpc)
Wyred4Sound MC 7150 - $1,599 (120wpc, no balanced inputs)
Axiom Audio ADA 1000 - $1,740 (125wpc, no balanced inputs)
Nord One MP NC252 - $2,286 (with current exchange rates) (200wpc)
So, it's a bit more than the Wyred4Sound or Axiom offerings, but has balanced inputs, and the NCore modules, vs Axiom's in-house design and whatever Wyred4Sound uses (Icepower maybe?).
Emotiva supposedly has a 7-channel Icepower 125wpc amp coming out under their Emersa line for $999 if they ever manage to get it out the door.
I'm not sure if I'm missing any other options in the reasonably-priced high-quality class D multichannel arena, but Nord certainly looks appealing.
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