A performance update to the T758, this new receiver will now come ready with Dolby Atmos, DTS Master Audio, BluOS, 4K UHD Video and Apple AirPlay 2 all built-in
Digital audio and video circuits are all on replaceable modules, to enable you keep track with new techie enhancements. As long as NAD does too, of course.
Dolby Atmos and DTS Master Audio are decoded using a multi-core DSP. Stereo source material can be converted to surround sound using the EARS surround mode.
MQA (Master Quality Authenticated) is included in the BluOS Player while the PowerDrive amplifier is also featured.
Video can be viewed up to 3840×2160 pixels at 60 frames per second with 4:4:4 colour and High Dynamic Range support. Analogue video sources are also supported on HDMI for ‘one wire’ connection to a flat screen or projector. It also includes HDMI features, Audio Return Channel (ARC) and Consumer Electronic Control (CEC).
Each source component retains the same custom settings every time it is selected for viewing. In addition, AV Presets allow custom setups for different types of programme material (i.e. drama, action, musical, etc.) Inputs can even be renamed to match specific components. Dirac is also part of the package.
BluOS enables you to stream lossless music from local libraries, tune in to Internet radio stations and access popular music streaming services. You can control the music from anywhere in the house using the BluOS Controller app for smartphone, tablet and desktop, including the ability to group the receiver to other BluOS enabled components from NAD, Bluesound, Dali or Monitor Audio. Price is £1,299. Out now, get it while it’s hot.
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