NAD Announces Receiver Upgrades  
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Thursday, 20 August 2009

NAD is pushing out new versions of their T 785, T 775 and T 765 AV Receivers and will be showcasing them at Cedia in early September.  The input circuitry has been placed on removeable plug-in cards.  These modules provide digital audio, HDMI, component video, two-channel / multi-channel analog audio functionality. 

The T 785 AV Receiver comes equipped with the AM 200 and VM 200 Modules. These modules include dual 32-bit Aureus 7.1 digital signal processors (DSPs), Dynamic EQ and Dynamic Volume by Audyssey; decoding for several advanced audio formats, including Dolby True HD, Dolby Digital Plus and DTS-HD Master Audio; and Sigma Designs' VXP broadcast studio image processor.

Audyssey Dynamic EQ preserves the full impact of movie soundtracks at all listening levels, while Audyssey  Dynamic Volume prevents large jumps in loudness when commercials come on and when TV channels or video sources are changed.

The T 785 supports all standard and high-definition forms up to 2048 x 2048 pixels; motion adaptive de-interlacing with edge interpolation, film mode detection with output cadence generation and programmable scaling with aspect ratio conversion. Also on board are noise reduction and detail enhancement, and frame conversion to and from any refresh rate in NTSC and PAL.

The T 775 AV Receiver includes the AM 200 and VM 100 MDC Modules and the T 765 AV Receiver includes the AM 100 and VM 100 Modules.  The MSRP on these three models is positioned at $3,999 (T 785), $2,999 (T 775) and $2,499 (T 765).

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