NAD Launches its Most Affordable A/V Receiver

Posted Mon Aug 8, 2011 at 09:00 AM PDT by Dick Ward

It's not something you'll find at Walmart, but at $900 it's the cheapest that NAD has out.

Blu-ray players tend to hover at around the same price, and while TVs vary by screen size, there seems to be a generally agreed upon price for each size of TV. Receivers, on the other hand, can range from a few hundred dollars to a few thousand.

NAD is a company whose receivers fall on the expensive side of the equation. They're made for folks who are particular about their audio and especially those who put music first above all else. The new T 748 holds this ideal true, but at an affordable price.

The T 748 offers features you'll find on higher-end NAD receivers, like a high-speed DSP for decoding of high def audio formats, the EARS surround mode for converting stereo sources and support for 3D at 1080p.

NAD's new T 748 is shipping now to dealers. You can pick it up at an MSRP of $900.

Source: ecoustics

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