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FS: NAD T753 Receiver. Like New.


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#1 of 7 OFFLINE   Greg Risley

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Posted November 16 2004 - 03:10 PM

Great unit, in like new condition with latest firmware. It does great surround sound but for music listening it can't be beat in its price range. I purchased it back in Mar. and used it till July. I'm selling it because I was able to by a Krell Showcase Pre and Amp for a song. Believe it or not it took awhile for me to choose between the NAD and the Krell.

New $1000. $600 plus shipping OBM


The NAD T 753 is heir to many generations of award winning NAD designs. This exceptional pedigree is evident in both the look and the feel of the T 753, and it is unmistakable the moment you listen. Based on the highly successful T 752, the T 753 boasts detail improvements in virtually every area of the receiver, for a cumulative effect that is fully deserving of the new model number. Starting with a revised heat management system that reduces internal operating temperatures even under the most severe operating conditions, the T 753 includes a new volume control circuit and input switching circuit that further reduces noise and distortion.

6 x 70W Simultaneous Minimum Continuous Power into 4 / 8 ohms
150W, 200W, 225W IHF Dynamic Power into 8, 4 and 2 ohms, respectively
PowerDrive™
Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital EX, Digital ProLogic IIx, ProLogic IIx, DTS, DTS ES, DTS NEO:6, Matrix 7.1, EARS, Enhanced Stereo Surround Modes
5 A/V Custom Presets store unique speaker level and tone control settings
Direct access speaker level adjustment for surround, center and subwoofer
Stereo Bypass
NAD Soft Clipping™
6 A/V Inputs all S-Video and Composite, 2 Full Tape Loops
Component Video, 2 Inputs and 1 Output, HDTV Compatible
1 Audio Tape Input and Output
6 Digital Inputs, 4 Coaxial, 2 TOS Link freely assignable
2 Digital Outputs, 1 Coaxial, 1 TOS Link
7.1 Analogue Input (for DVD-Audio)
Speaker A + B switching (Speakers B stereo only)
Multi-Source 2nd zone audio pre-out with independent source and volume
ZR-2 Second Zone Remote included, discrete codes for independent zone
IEC Detachable Power Cable
2 x IR Outputs, IR Input,
2 x 12V Trigger Outputs, 12V Trigger Input
Preamp Outputs for all 7.1 channels (2 Subwoofers)
Amplifier Input for 6 Power Amps
RDS FM/AM Tuner with 30 direct access presets
HTR-2 - 8 Device Illuminated Learning Remote with Macro function

#2 of 7 OFFLINE   LinhT

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Posted November 17 2004 - 02:25 AM

Hi, You have PM and offer
Thanks, LT

#3 of 7 OFFLINE   Greg Risley

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Posted November 18 2004 - 09:41 AM

Bump

#4 of 7 OFFLINE   Nathan_W

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Posted November 22 2004 - 04:05 PM

Greg, sent you a PM. Question about the firmware...
I want Ed on DVD/Blu-ray!

#5 of 7 OFFLINE   Greg Risley

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Posted November 23 2004 - 12:48 AM

As far as I know it is the latest. If you know how I can check it I will.

Greg

#6 of 7 OFFLINE   Nathan_W

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Posted November 23 2004 - 01:22 PM

Greg,

I've copied and pasted the changes from the link I sent, sorry it doesn't come up so nice.


NAD Txx3 V2.xx Operating System improvements over V1.xx

· Most temporary messages on the VFD can now also be displayed on
the OSD.

· A/V Presets can be renamed.

· 5 fixed built in A/V Presets (Preset 6 - 10) which contain common
speaker configurations.

· Tuner status is now shown on the OSD. This includes TUNED,
STEREO, and FM MUTE icons, frequency, preset name, RDS name,
preset number. On T163/T763/T773 this also includes the RDS radio
text.

· Direct frequency entry for tuner. (Put the HTR 2 in TUNER mode to
use this feature.)

· New menu called ZONE SETTINGS. This menu has the following new
options:

o POWER STATE - Allows you to power on or off the second zone
without using the ZR2.

o INPUT - Allows you to change the input for the second zone without
using the ZR2.

o VOLUME CTRL - Allows you to disable the volume control for the
second zone.

o LEVEL - Used to set the fixed level output if volume control is
disabled, or to adjust the current volume.

o ZONE SPEAKER - Can be used to turn on the speaker relays with
the second zone even if the main zone is turned off. This allows
you to use the internal power amp for the second zone.


· ENHANCED STEREO modes are now fully user configurable. You
can choose which speakers you want on.

· Discrete IR commands were added for each surround mode.

· Improved functionality of sleep timer (first query indicates status).

· Add ENHANCED BASS option to SPEAKER SETTINGS screen. This
option will cause low frequencies to be sent to the sub woofer even
when the speaker is set to LARGE.

· If the ROM is changed on the DSP board, v2.00 also adds ProLogic IIx
support.


Also, are the physical specs you listed right? They look mixed up with those for the T743.

Thanks
I want Ed on DVD/Blu-ray!

#7 of 7 OFFLINE   Greg Risley

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Posted November 23 2004 - 04:55 PM

I'm not sure on all the specs. I just cut and pasted from dealer web site. I have now just updated the desc. straight from the NAD web site.