Summary: NAD T 758 : Magnificent preformance to price point. Much easier to use and install than my last NAD. Paid a small premium for Cruchfield service and got every penny of it! Super fast, friendly and dependable service.
Pros: The NAD T 758 technology is greatly imporoved. Set up is easy and the technology much more streamlined. The footprint is smaller than my previous NAD and doesn't seem to get as hot. Sound is superior to all off the shelf Asian brands found at the box stores.
Cons: I would prefer a little more driving power for my room as I operate the NAD T 758 at the higher end of the volume though it is sufficient with a little room left over. No other cons. . .I look forward to the audio enjoyment this NAD T 758 will give me and my family in the years ahead.
Best A/V for the $$ / Crystal Clear Sound / Powerfull
14 August 2014
Summary: I've had many top end Bose surround systems over the past 15 years, and the NAD sound is soooo much clearer. Well, that is, NAD with Definitive Technology DI series speakers all around. I'm hearing distinct background sounds I've never heard before in movies I've seen many times.
Pros: Crystal clear sound, dialogue / voice is especially clear. Great surround sound effects. Clearest I've experienced in my home. More than enough power for my 14x21x8 home theater. I've not been able to see how loud it goes because the loudness is that painful - suffice to say....more than enough p...
Cons: I really can't think of one Con. Well, an owner's manual could have been included. Downloaded from Crutchfield's website, and set-up and calibration was so easy it was hardly needed. Still - I just like to have a hard copy.
Summary: I purchased this receiver several months ago, and I'm 100% pleased. I had never heard of NAD beforehand, but I became aware through various av forums and Crutchfield's website. Sound: Very clear. It made a vast improvement to my crappy speakers. I listen to rock, classical and jazz.
Pros: Sound, power, simplicity and price.
Cons: None really. If you are trying to get a good system and are starting with this receiver, just know that it will cost a lot more to achieve the sound you desire. You'll want good speakers next, so think about your overall budget. Maybe you end up with a less expensive receiver that's perfectly fin...
Summary: Love it sound is very good abandoned a recent Denon due to the sound just didn't cut it in my opinion now I get powerful bass and clear true to life sounds pretty awesome this thing is a beast 33.9 lb weight means I can use it to work out if I want... I've had NADs for years they're the best.
Pros: Like the lack of tons of buttons on front of unit looks clean and simple. No frills just power and great sound. It has listening mode options which allow for changes to the sound tho haven't experimented too much with them yet. Main problem I'm having is it may blow the walls off my place when I ...
Cons: Only con is Audyssey. I'm 100% sure I was in phase with the speakers. Audyssey claimed I wasn't. This is same problem I had with Denon Audyssey setup. Audyssey seems to not have a handle on determining who's in phase so technically not solely an NAD issue but since NAD has chosen to include the A...
Summary: Absolutely impressed and loving it! Setup was easy and painless. I had to reluctantly replace my Cambridge Audio Azur 640R. I knew I would be sacrificing power and probably sound quality, but felt NAD would offer me the closest imaging and sound stage at a reasonable price. Boy was I surprised!
Summary: Now that I've had the T 758 for three weeks and have got it all dialed in I can tell it's a great choice. I use it mainly for listening to music. It's easy on the ears and crystal clear with no distortion even at higher volumes.
Pros: Versatile and powerful. Upgradeable. Crystal clear sound reproduction. Plenty of DSP options.
Cons: Weighs as much as a Buick Skylark. Audyssey took several attempts to get right. Does require some know-how to operate, but not too hard.
Summary: Great sounding amp with spectacular 5.1 sound. I scored a great deal on some Paradigm Cinema speakers and the spatial sound playing Pink Floyd "Wish you were here" Blue Ray 5.1 remaster was absolutely Devine.
Summary: Coming from a vintage Integra, the receiver is much less complex. It was easy to set up. It is all horsepower and no frills. Other reviews have complained about a lack of volume but mine will go painfully loud.