Experiences with NAD T 562?

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Robert Standefer, Dec 31, 2002.

  1. Robert Standefer

    Robert Standefer Stunt Coordinator

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    I think the NAD T 562 could be my next DVD player if I can find a dealer who carries one. Does anyone have any hands-on experience with this unit? Know where I can buy one?
     
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  3. Phil Tomaskovic

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    I'd be more interested in the T572 changer, any info on it besides their web page?
     
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    On my Google tour I discovered one review of the T572 changer by Wes Marshall. Here is the link: http://www.hometheatersound.com/equi..._dvdplayer.htm Another comment I don´t know. In Germany CD/DVD changers aren´t a theme of interest. Therefore the T572 is not offered by NAD in Germany.
    Do you need a music sprinkle? ;-)
    Roger
     
  5. Phil Tomaskovic

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    Thanks, actually this is for the 571, not sure if the 572 is a new model or a different entry level? Found one site that showed the 571 about $100 more than the 572. Not sure I understand the music sprinkle reference, though? :)
     
  6. Phil Tomaskovic

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    Got this reply from NAD:
    Thank you for your recent request via the NADelectronics.com web-site.
    The T571 is the 230V version of the T572, and is only available in European
    market. The T572 does have the capability of allowing discs to be changed
    without interrupting play. The T571 does not have this capability. Also
    the T572 has resume play, scene bookmarking, and progressive scan with 3:2
    pull down.

    Looks like the 572 lists for $700, a local dealer will sell for $630 (they usually discount 10%). They also say they have 1 571 demo left; so it seems like it may have also been an older model.
     

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