NAD Introduces the C 426 FM/AM Tuner 
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Written by Dick Ward   
Tuesday, 10 August 2010

NAD's C 426 is a newly redesigned tuner designed to pick audio right out of the air at the highest possible quality.  It sports a MOS-FET RF front end design, and a PCB layout which NAD says helps them to achieve excellent sensitivity with low distortion.

The C 426 features room for 30 presets, which are nameable for AM stations, and the RDS program service which brings up song titles, artist information and whatever else is available.  It also includes a feature called "Blend," which narrows stereo separation and, according to NAD, improves noise issues.

Like NAD's other new products, the C 426 is nice and efficient energy wise, and features an RS-232 port and an IR input.  The C 426 is available now in titanium or black.







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