Written on: 17/01/2008 by opusinblue (1 review written)
The newer version T 753 has fixed all the issues as stated above so worth getting that one or another unit equivalent like the Denon or Yamaha. Sound is pretty good and is very versatile with the remote. (read more)
Written on: 23/07/2007 by jimmil (2 reviews written)
Quality stinks. I would go with something bought locally that you could take the unit back and they would send it out for repair if needed. I would also buy an extended warranty without a doubt. (read more)
Written on: 23/07/2004 by slots for mario
The NAD Electronics T 752 AV receiver lived up to all hype and expectations. Until the dolby digital board blew on me (never given a good reason as to how this happened after working flawlessly for 26 months) and the repair would have been around $400.
Avoid the heartache and go to a less costly brand. At least you won't be disappointed when you have to throw it into the junk pile. (read more)
Written on: 12/06/2003 by Firebook.
NAD has a long history of providing audiophile components at great prices. Back in the late 70's they came out with a hi-fi amp called the 3020. It went on to sell more then 1 million units. So when I took a listen to the new batch that NAD had to offer I was pleasantly surprised that NAD had not missed a step in 30 years.
The NAD T 752 is right in the middle of their receiver price range. There is also a 742 and a 762. I listened to all of them in my learning process, as well as a Denon... (read more)