Home-theater components reviewed on the SoundStage! Network in 2010. All prices are in US dollars unless otherwise noted and are accurate at the time of the review.

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201005_nad_ti75_300wPrice: $2999

Website: www.nadelectronics.com

Roger said: The NAD T 175 may lack some features and flexibility, but it’s still an excellent performer. It includes the latest VXP video processing, and has exceptional sound with both movie soundtracks and music, all for a reasonable price of $2999.

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The gist: The modularity makes this worth a serious look.

nad_t747Price: $1200

Website: www.nadelectronics.com

Colin said: The T 747’s look might be new, but this latest NAD creation adheres to the company’s founding philosophy: that high-quality sound doesn’t have to come at a high price.


Read the Home Theater & Sound review.

The gist: Budget HT in the classic NAD tradition.

201003_nad_t775Price: $2999

Website: www.nadelectronics.com

Vince said: With the T 775 A/V receiver, NAD has succeeded in expanding their highly regarded two-channel-audio sound and minimalist design into a sophisticated and powerful home-theater component.

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The gist: NAD does high-end HT just as well as budget stereo.

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