NAD’S THIRD-GEN T 758 AV RECEIVER AVAILABLE SOON
NAD Electronics' third-generation of surround sound receivers will be available this month starting with the T 758 V3 which features a host of performance upgrades, Dolby Atmos, Dirac Live, 4K UHD and BluOS multi-room audio capability.
Unmistakingly 'NAD' in style, the company says their latest offering stays true to their 'simple is better' design philosophy and delivers their legendary sound quality to ensure lifelike music and movie enjoyment.
NAD's belief that many enthusiasts demand the music and sound quality to come first has been employed with the third-generation of the T 758.
Geoff Matthews, Managing Director at Convoy who distribute NAD Electronics in Australia, told StereoNET:
NAD carefully evaluates how customers use their products and only includes the features that are essential for great audio and video performance.
In other words, many manufacturers focus on codecs, superfluous features and more audio channels than many consumers need.
The T 758 V3 also features a Modular Design Construction (or MDC), which future-proofs this AV Receiver.
MDC offers the real benefit of being able to add new technologies as they become available, greatly enhancing the value proposition. With the T 758 V3, we are thrilled to add key features such as BluOS music streaming, Dolby Atmos, and 4K UHD Video.
Rated at 7 x 60 watts per channel (4/8 ohms), the T 758 V3 is capable of decoding HD surround sound formats including Dolby Atmos and DTS Master Audio.
It's also ready for the latest digital video technology including UltraHD with resolutions up to 3840x2160 pixels at 60 frames per second with 4:4:4 colour gamut and High Dynamic Range support. Naturally, it includes HDMI features such as Audio Return Channel (ARC) and Consumer Electronic Control (CEC).
The emerging king of digital room correction, Dirac Live, has been employed with the T 758 V3, which automatically measures the acoustic performance of the system within the listening room and optimises the playback performance to provide the most accurate and transparent sound reproduction possible.
The Lite version of the Dirac Live software is included, while an optional upgrade to the full-featured version is available for USD 99, further expanding the tuning and optimisation ability.
Multi-room audio is also simple with the T 758 V3 thanks to the inclusion of BluOS which allows for multiple zones around the home with additional Bluesound, NAD or Dali products.
With BluOS you can stream Hi-Res music to the AV Receiver from a local music library, stream Internet radio stations, as well as access popular music streaming services including Spotify and TIDAL. Finally, you can control the music in every zone using the free BluOS Controller app for smartphones and devices.
The NAD Electronics T 758 V3 AV Receiver is available this month for $2,399 RRP.
For more information visit NAD Electronics.
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