NAD Electronics has just announced the immediate availability of the NAD T 757, a new surround sound A/V receiver. The T 757 is a 7.1-channel, (120-watt x 7) surround sound A/V receiver that incorporates NAD’s proprietary Modular Design Construction (MDC) architecture. MDC provides the owner with the ability to easily upgrade the T 757 to future digital formats through swapping out modules. This feature is unique to NAD.
The NAD T 757 supports popular surround sound formats, including Dolby TrueHD and DTS Master Audio, which are decoded using high-speed DSP. Stereo source material can be converted to surround sound using the company’s exclusive EARS surround mode.
On the video side, the T 757 supports 3D video at resolutions up to 1080p. Analog video sources are also supported on HDMI for simple ‘one wire’ connection to either a flat screen display or projector.
NAD has designed a very simple user interface that is both flexible but very easy to use. Each source component retains the same custom settings every time it is selected for viewing, and there are no ’empty inputs’ to clutter or confuse. In addition, presets allow custom setups for different types of program material. Inputs can even be renamed to match particular components. A second independent zone is included, powered by the internal amplifier. The T 757 also offers a full suite of connections for home automation systems.
iPod lovers can simply add the IPD 2 Dock, which shows song information on the T 757’s On Screen video display. Radio lovers will appreciate the T 757’s highly sensitive FM/AM tuner, 30 station presets, and RDS support.
The NAD T 757 is currently available at an MSRP of: $1,599 U.S.
Look for more details at: http://nadelectronics.com