Problem with my NADs

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  1. Tom McGary

    Tom McGary Auditioning

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    I have heard that NAD receivers will drop the digital signal at the beginnings of tracks as it re-aquires the bitstream. Has any one used non-NAD brand "omni-decks" (will play dvd, dvd-a, SACD, CD, CD-R, etc) like Denon's DVD-5900 or Onkyo's DV-SP800 with a NAD receiver (specifically the T752) and not had dropout issues? Has anyone heard if NAD is planning on making an omni-deck of their own? Thanks!
     
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    Brian L Cinematographer

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    I have the issue on my NAD 762 with a Pioneer universal (45a) and a Denon 1600 (DVD-A and DVD-V).

    You do realise though that it only happens with CD and DVD-V. With rare exceptions, the hi-rez stuff does not work out the standard digital connections.

    And its never a problem with films. You may loose a nano second of the THX trailer, for example, but it never drops in a movie.

    Its straight redbook CD thats the issue.

    BGL
     
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    From the title, I thought this was a medical thread [​IMG]
     
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    [​IMG] I was thinking the same thing.
     

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