Next Generation A/V Technology – The NAD Way
NAD Electronics has for over thirty-five years been acknowledged worldwide as an uncommon company—always to the benefit of its customers. Now, in one of its most important product introductions, NAD launches the T 755, T 765, T 775 and T 785 AV Receivers and the T 175 A/V Tuner Surround Sound Preamplifier. These are classic NAD designs. Instead of incorporating brochure-friendly video processing, or succumbing to the wattage wars, we’ve focused on meaningful goals: real-world sonics and power; pristine, non-degraded video, genuinely ergonomic design, and progressive features like our uniquely enhanced Audyssey™ auto set-up and calibration.
These models maintain NAD core values beginning with its “Music First” design philosophy, which declares that state-of-the-art music recordings remain the truest test of any playback system. NAD’s belief that home-entertainment products have grown far too complex and user-unfriendly also guided the new designs to their simpler, more intuitive user interface.
* Modular Design Construction *
A Modular Design Construction places all input circuitry on five easily removable plug-in cards. This superior construction technique protects your investment via the capability for easy upgrades, fast and easy service and improved sound and video performance due to the neat internal layout. For example, if and when the Dolby True HD and/or DTS Master lossless multi-channel formats become fully useful standards of high-definition discs or other recordings, NAD will make upgraded processing available. With modular construction (and since HDMI 1.3 pipelines are already in place), this can be practical and affordable.
Modular Design Construction just makes sense!