Checking Interest for future : NAD C740 Receiver

Discussion in 'Hardware Classifieds' started by Mark Richter, Jun 28, 2003.

  1. Mark Richter

    Mark Richter Stunt Coordinator

    Dec 15, 2001
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    I am NOT selling this now. Just checking interest. There have been none on Ebay for past 4 months and want to see what kind of response I can expect.

    Its feature list includes:

    2 x 35 Watts continuous
    40 Watts Dynamic Power into 8 ohms
    140 Watts Dynamic Power into 2 ohms
    NAD Building Blocks: C 740 = C 440 + C 340
    Impedance Sensing Circuit (ISC) topology
    Full System Remote control
    All sockets Gold plated
    Tone controls defeat switch
    Pre-out / Main-in
    Soft Clipping
    30 Station random presets (AM or FM) in 3 banks
    25 kHz tuning steps
    MOS-FET RF section and Front-End
    NAD-Link for remote control capability

    I have the original box and manuals. I have owned this for about 2 years and it is in 9 out of 10 condition. There is a slight scratch on the rear of the unit about 1/8"long. Cannot see it unless right on top of it. This unit was in my office running a set of 4 ohm speakers and was never turned past the 12 o'clock position. This receiver sound great and pulls in a 6000 watt radio station 25 miles from here using a regular inside antenna. The are NO know quirks that I have found.
    The only reason I am checking interest is because I am going to be looking into a smaller all in one setup for my office. Having this regular sized until and a full sized cd player is taking up too much real estate on the shelf.

    Thank you for everyone's feedback.
    If someone could tell me what it is REALLY worth I would be in their debt.
  2. Topher

    Topher Stunt Coordinator

    Jun 11, 2003
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    I would guess you could easily get a couple hundred out of it, probably worth more though. NAD stereo receivers are phenomenal, I would possibly be interested if it became available later on.

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