NAD T760 A/V Receivers

4.46/5 (94 Reviews) MSRP : $999.99


Product Description

Dolby Digital & DTS Receiver. 60W x 5 Continuous power (8 Ohms); all channels driven simultaneously. 5.1 input for external decoder.


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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by nadtricks a Audio Enthusiast

Date Reviewed: April 25, 2005

Bottom Line:   
Hope you've all been enjoying your NAD T760/1/2 receivers; I sure have over the last 5 years.

However, I'm aware that in spite of this unit's fantastic sound quality, some of you were quite frustrated by some reliability problems.

If you're interested in a fairly simple mod that greatly extend the receiver's operating life, send an email to:

nadtricks@hotmail.com

I'm also working on some other mods that should yield even better sound quality with this receiver.

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Used product for:   More than 1 year

Duration Product Used:   Audio Enthusiast

Product model year:   2000

Purchased At:   NAD World



Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by John Allen a Audio Enthusiast

Date Reviewed: May 18, 2003

Bottom Line:   
I bought the NAD T760 from an up-market hi-fi/home cinema shop which had taken it as part-ex for a Harmen Kardon receiver. For stereo it replaces a combination aof NAD 100 pre-amp and Sony TAN 55ES power amp (100 W+/channel). The main speakers are KEF C45 with SW2000 subwoofers (passive; one per channel) giving -3 dB at 40 Hz. On "speakers 2" without a powered sub-woofer the NAD T760 still shakes the floor and is a delight. The centre is a new KEF "egg", the surround speakers old KEF Coda IIIs. The result in home cieman is wonderful. On stereo for music there is wonderful clarity and spatial resultion of instruments across the sound stage. The receiver is a delight. After a reboot of the firmware (accidental and not recommended: attach to TV etc without diconnecting form mains supply) the volume goes up to indicated +18 bD as per spec. For some reason it was limited to +8 dB when I bought it. Now there is tons of power and the result is much louder volumes and more clarity than with the previous 2 x 100 W Sony power amp, even with the difficult-to-drive amin speakers. The NAD T760 is a delight and I recommend it.

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Used product for:   Less than 1 month

Duration Product Used:   Audio Enthusiast

Product model year:   2000

Price Paid:    $4500.00

Purchased At:   www.therock.se



Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by jtshaw a Audio Enthusiast

Date Reviewed: February 23, 2003

Bottom Line:   
The NAD T750 has proven to be a wise purchase for my system. Its chief virtue lies in clarity across the audio band, with a sound that is weighted a touch more to the cool and analytical than to the warm. I use it to drive the satellites of the Energy Take 5.2 speaker system, and I am pleased with its performance both in cinema and 2-channel modes. The receiver sends a clean signal to the Energy subwoofer, and it took little effort to set the rear channel delays and dial in a nicely balanced system sound. For the most part, I leave it set in NAD's EARS mode, as this works well for movies on digital cable television channels and also for digital cable music channels. The receiver will detect and automatically switch to Dolby Digital or DTS when presented with those signals. I've no complaints about its performance in those modes.

The NAD T750 is not a powerhouse AV receiver for those who insist on crash and thunder, and it will work best in small to medium-sized rooms. It's a very good "set it and forget it" product. Look elsewhere if you want a lot of bells, whistles, tweaks, and adjustable features.

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Used product for:   More than 1 year

Duration Product Used:   Audio Enthusiast

Product model year:   2000

Price Paid:    $800.00

Purchased At:   Niver Electronics



Overall Rating:3
Value Rating:4
Submitted by matt a Casual Listener

Date Reviewed: December 14, 2002

Bottom Line:   
nice mid-fi reciever... the remote control is atrocious, so is the d/a converter... if you're using the NAD dvd player with it, you _must_ use the analog outputs on the player, or else you'll throwing cash out of the window.
the on-screen menus are a joke
a touch bass-thin, but hey...

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Used product for:   More than 1 year

Duration Product Used:   Casual Listener

Product model year:   2000

Price Paid:    $900.00

Purchased At:   local retailer



Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by DMolisher a Audio Enthusiast

Date Reviewed: October 27, 2002

Bottom Line:   
Incredible sound quality for under a grand! Literally sounds as good or better than budget separates from Rotel, Adcom, Outlaw, or even Acurus, at least on 2-channel stereo music (where the internal amp is not even strained).

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Used product for:   More than 1 year

Duration Product Used:   Audio Enthusiast

Product model year:   2000

Price Paid:    $675.00

Purchased At:   The Sound Concept




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Difference between NAD T760 and T551?

What is the difference between the NAD T760 and the NAD T751? I read the manuals on line from NAD and they both look exactally the same, the same amount of inputs and same layout of inputs on the backs of the units and even the fronts of the units look the same.Read More »

NAD C272 & T760 4ohm

Hi, I recently got a C272 which I am running of my T760. I had a pair of Valdus 400's (92db)on the 760, which I have now connected to the 272. I am running a pair of 4ohm towers (91db) off the 760. What is the implication of this? The output on both amps sounds pretty much the same. Will the 760 co ... Read More »

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