NAD T758 V3 A/V Receiver Review Specs

Specs
Power Output: 110 watts (8 ohms, 2 channels driven); 60 watts (8 ohms, all channels driven)
Auto Setup: Dirac Live LE
Video Processing: 4K passthrough, HDR10, 4:4:4, 60 fps
Dimensions (WxHxD, Inches): 17.13 x 6.81 x 15.81
Weight (Pounds): 33.9
Video Inputs: HDMI 2.0a (3)
Audio Inputs: Coaxial digital (2), optical digital (3, 1 front), stereo analog RCA (4, 1 front), 7.1-channel analog (1)
Additional: Ethernet (1), USB (1)
Video Outputs: HDMI 2.0a (1)
Audio Outputs: Stereo analog (1), 11.1-channel preamp (1), ¼-inch headphone
Additional: RS-232 (1), 12-volt trigger (1), IR (1 in, 2 out)
Price: $1,300

Company Info
NAD Electronics
(800) 263-4641
nadelectronics.com

COMPANY INFO
NAD Electronics
(800) 263-4641
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COMMENTS
Ovation123's picture

I’m very interested in Dirac Live and would be willing to forgo many bells and whistles to have it. However, while I suppose I could live with a splitter box for my TV and projector—only 3 inputs is a deal breaker. I have an AppleTV, an Oppo BDP-83 for SACD/DVD-A/CD, a region-free 3D Sony Blu-ray, an A2 HD DVD player (with 100+ titles), a PVR and, occasionally, a PS3 hooked up for my kids’ (rare) video game parties in the HT room.

Even with Dirac, the price point with so limited an input layout is not justified. Oh well, perhaps V4 will be more generous with I/O.

utopianemo's picture

This is more for Rob: I had always assumed they were called “receivers” because they were the hub that ‘received’ signals from various sources. You’ve corrected my notion a few times in the past year or two, but I think “receiver” still accurately describes what they do.

utopianemo's picture

More to the point of the review, what would this upgrade cost if one already owned the shell? This seems like an appealing way to go.....as long as there is some sort of savings over the cost of the whole unit.

Philt56's picture

You say not yet, but has NAD committed to adding it in a future firmware update? I have a 787 and considering get the 4k vm300 card but not if Dolby vision is committed as a future fix.

hk2000's picture

If you look at the measurements of this receiver and the Sony STR-DN1080, they are almost identical, except the Sony is incrementally better in every measured respect, so Why is this getting 5 stars? And where does NAD get the "Great power section" reputation? If I were considering this, I'd take the Sony with the extra fatures instead and save the $800 bucks.

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