Hi All, Just purchased my NAD T752 and have discovered a "feature" that is not in agreement with what is written in the manual. With an analog stereo input signal, there is no bass management in effect. The left and right signals are summed and sent to the sub-out which is low passed at 500Hz or so. The mains are producing the full signal. I don't know if this also happens with a digital input, as I have yet to test this. You can check by removing the pre-out/main-in loop plugs on the main and hooking the sub out up to the left main in, and play some music input a stereo analog input. This results in you listening to what is being sent to the sub, which on my unit is the summed signal, low-passed at around 500Hz or so with a fairly shallow slope (12dB/octave or less). ie. When listening to an analogue input, the bass management is not being used. I assume this is because all bass management is done in the digital domain, and I have yet to check this out with a digital input. Anyone else with the T752 (or any other receiver - I'm sure there are others that do the same thing!) want to check this out / make suggestions?