• While NAD has always been about performance, it's nice to see a bit of sex appeal in the T 747's Spartan lines.
• The T 747's claims and features work as advertised with no drama or hiccups day in and day out.
• The T 747, like all NAD products, possesses that signature NAD sound;
controlled, poised, never artificial and authoritative. There is a
natural ease to the sound the T 747 produces. It is never fatiguing,
harsh or enhanced through an overly ripened midrange or sweetened
treble. The T 747 is the Abraham Lincoln of receivers, it cannot tell a
• Dynamically the T 747 is a rock star proving 60-Watts per channel is more than enough juice to get the blood flowing.
• Mates wonderfully with a wide variety of source components and loudspeakers.
• The T 747 lacks a bit in the digital audio connection department
(outside of its HDMI inputs) with only two coaxial and two optical
inputs at its disposal.
NAD has always been a safe bet if you're in the market for a well made,
high performance, affordable solution to anything audio/video related
and their latest receiver, the T 747 is no different. For just under
$1,300 retail the T 747 provides you with everything you'll need and
then some to get the most out of today's HD formats and portable music
devices. I highly recommend checking it out before spending any money
on a mass market receiver.
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