Some companies like to doll up their receivers with features like internet radio capabilities, iPhone control and streaming functionality. NAD goes the other route, offering only features to enhance the listening experience. The new T-757 boats a high-speed DSP for decoding high definition audio formats and can convert stereo source material into a surround sound experience using EARS surround mode. It remembers custom settings for each of your sources and you can even name the inputs to match the source that's attached.
NAD's T-757 is built with the company's Modular Design Construction (MDC) architecture, which allows for easy upgrades when needed. It's this design that helps prevent your receiver from going obsolete before its time. The NAD 757 can be yours at a price of $1,599.