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  1. This unit has been mentioned in a number of threads so a couple of us thought it was time for a dedicated thread for users to share experiences and tips and also general discussion providing it stays on topic. NAD C658 BluOS Streaming DAC with Dirac Live integration Manufacturers Product Page: https://nadelectronics.com/product/c-658-bluos-streaming-dac/ Dirac Live Website: https://live.dirac.com/ Front Rear Features & Details BluOS Network Streaming with MQA Decoding ESS Sabre DAC Dirac Live Room Correction Gigabit Ethernet Dual Band Wi-Fi AC/N 2 Way Qualcomm aptX HD Bluetooth 2x MDC Slots for Future Expansion MM Phono Input 2x Line Inputs, 2x Optical inputs, 2x Coax Inputs Balanced Preamp Output Preamp Output Stereo Subwoofer Output USB Socket for adding optional Wireless Output Module IR In with Learning Function Trigger In/Out Dirac Live Reviews & Guides https://audiophilestyle.com/ca/reviews/dirac-live-2-digital-room-correction-software-walkthrough-r884/ Nad C658 Product Reviews https://hometheaterhifi.com/reviews/amplifier/nad-c-658-bluos-streaming-dac-review/ https://www.soundandvision.com/content/nad-c-658-network-audio-playerpreamplifier-review https://www.whathifi.com/reviews/nad-c-658 https://www.stereo.net.au/reviews/nad-electronics-c-658-streaming-dac-preamp-review Nad C658 Video Reviews
  2. Item: M17 Pre amp - 6 yrs old Location: Siglap, Singapore Price: $3200 SGD Item Condition: Unblemished and functions perfectly Reason for selling: Moving home and shifting to wireless setup Payment Method: Pickup - Cash or Paynow Extra Info: Added 4k HDMI 2.0 module from NAD Photos (you must include photographs here): Please ensure you have read the Classifieds Guidelines.
  3. Item: ROKSAN K3 Integrated Amplifier Location: Eunos area Price: $2000 slightly negotiable Item Condition: 9.5/10 Reason for selling: Underutilized Extra Info: Latest model. Retails new at $2,600. Superbly reviewed British-made amp with best in class performance. See reviews below. 220W per channel. In excellent condition and still covered under manufacturer’s warranty. Purchased through official Singapore distributor with proof of purchase. Includes full accessories, remote, and original instructions. Function test available. No trades. Slightly negotiable, will sell on nearest offer. https://www.whathifi.com/roksan/k3-integrated/review https://hifiandmusicsource.com/2016/04/roksan-k3-integrated-amplifier/ https://novo.press/roksan-audio-k3-integrated-amplifier-review/ https://hifipig.com/roksan-kandy-k3-integrated-amplifier/
  4. Hi All, curious for opinions. Im comparing a Rotel RA-1572II vs. NAD M10 V2 vs Arcam SA30 as an upgrade to my current stereo set up. 100% music and I stream ~15k tracks via a Squeezebox to an (old) Onkyo TX-82. Its served me well, til now, with the amp starting to have issues (relay). Sound is via completely refurbished Jensen System 500 speakers. See pics! I'm looking for a DAC improvement to the squeezebox - Im certain thy will do that. And an amp improvement. The room is 5M X7M with opening out to to the yard. Rotel is A/B 120W with improved DAC - but no streaming. NAD is class D, 100W - with streaming. ARCAM Class G - with streaming. https://www.stereonet.com/uk/reviews/rotel-ra-1572-mkii-integrated-amplifier-review https://www.stereonet.com/uk/news/nad-announces-masters-m10-v2-just-add-speakers-sy Interested in thoughts!!
  5. Item: Nad C 272 2 Channel Power Amp Location: Adelaide Price: 450 (offers welcome) Item Condition: Very good plus Reason for selling:Changing direction to my first Tube amp Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only (will post if need be) Extra Info: Here is my near perfect condition amp for sale. Fantastic quality amp by Nad Solid state and plenty of power and well looked after. Am only owner and only selling as am entering the tube amp direction. Check out specs online and great reviews. 2 x 150W Minimum Continuous Power into 4/8 ohms Bridgeable to 300W mono (8 ohms) • Both fi xed and variable inputs, switch selectable • NAD Soft Clipping™ Pictures:
  6. Item: NAD M51 DAC Location: Sydney Hifi Mona Vale Price: $900 Item Condition: Excelent Reason for selling: Trade in Product Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: https://sydneyhifimonavale.com.au/products/nad-m51-dac Comes with original packaging Pictures:
  7. Item: NAD HP70 noise cancelling headphones hd audio wireless Location: Melbourne Price: 250 Item Condition: excellent Reason for selling: downsizing Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: These headphones sound wonderful, they have a room feature which gives a sense of listing to speakers. They support APTXHD for 24bit wireless playback have a lovely bottom end and are slightly warm in tone. Please note the sale is for the headphones only. retail at over 500 dollars. , here is stereonet's own headphone review of these . Pictures:
  8. Item: NAD C326BEE Amplifier Location: Melbourne Price: $380 -> $350 Item Condition: MInt/As New/Minimal Usage Reason for selling: Lack of use Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Barely used. Comes with remote & box Prefer local pickup due to weight but can post at buyer expense I can also throw in the Jena Labs Super Jumpers which match with the amp for $100. rrp $140usd+shipping. http://www.jenalabs.com/buy-now/super-jumpers_and_thin-man.html Pictures:
  9. Item: NAD M51 DAC Location: Richmond, Victoria Price: $850 Item Condition: as new - used Reason for selling: upgraded to PS Audio Directstream Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: NAD M51 DAC For sale is my trusty NAD M51 DAC. It offers a lovely sound, and excellent flexibility as it can operate as a digital pre-amp. It was well & copiously reviewed upon release around 6 years ago. I've had this unit for 3 years. It has been kept in the rack in a smoke + pet free environment. The unit is in very good condition. Operationally, it is excellent. Cosmetically, also excellent. It comes with original boxes and remote. NAD says (https://nadelectronics.com/product/m51-direct-digital-dac/): "One of our Masters Series’ finest components to date, the M51 Direct Digital™ DAC uses the same high precision digital processing as our groundbreaking M2 Direct Digital Amplifier, but in a new format that easily interfaces with high performance analogue components, including our M22 Stereo Power Amplifier. With features such as extremely low noise, low distortion, wide dynamic range, superb linearity and exceptionally low digital jitter, the M51 will help bring your home theatre system to life. With the ability to accept PCM data rates up to 24 bit/192kHz, the M51 makes it perfect for listening to high resolution downloads, allowing you to hear your favourite songs in the best audio quality possible. Possessing two HDMI inputs and one output with video pass through, the M51 seamlessly becomes the heart of a video 2.0 system, further displaying the M51’s remarkable versatility and innovation..." "While the M51 includes the industry standard SPDIF, AES/EBU, Optical and Coaxial inputs, it also includes the latest USB technology called USB Audio Class 2. USB Audio Class 2 supports sample rates of 192kHz releasing the previous limitation of USB at 96kHz. A device USB port is included allowing direct connection of a PC or Mac. The M51 offers two HDMI inputs and one output with video pass through. This opens up the possibility of using the M51 Direct Digital DAC as the heart of a “Video 2.0” system using the mandatory two-channel linear PCM soundtrack from Blu-ray or DVD to make a compelling two-channel high definition theatre presentation. Many symphony orchestras and some specialty music labels are also released in HD recordings on Blu-ray or DVD. The M51 is fully 3D video compatible but there is no surround sound decoding or video processing...." Reviewers said: (Stereophile) "I admit to having been a little suspicious at first of the PCM-to-PWM approach that NAD has taken in the M51. That was before I'd had a chance to live with it for a couple months. Nothing raised an eyebrow, and the claimed benefits in jitter rejection and filter design have obviously paid off. I prefer DACs that reveal as much as possible about what was captured on the tape or in the digits, and couldn't care less about adding a rose-colored tint to dodgy digital sound. In this regard, the NAD M51 succeeds with a wonderfully detailed and revealing sound best described as honest, with a friendly smile. And it was a pleasure to listen to. In other words, bitstream brilliance." Read more at https://www.stereophile.com/content/nad-m51-direct-digital-da-converter-page-2#euZkR1lJvjSOgScr.99 (What Hifi - https://www.whathifi.com/nad/m51/review) "The M51 sounds sensational. In fact, we’d go further than that by saying it’s one of the best NAD separates we’ve heard in recent memory." (SoundStageHifi - https://www.soundstagehifi.com/index.php/equipment-reviews/498-nad-masters-m51-direct-digital-digital-to-analog-converter) "The DAC market is a crowded place. To make any headway, a new entrant -- even one from a thoroughly established brand like NAD -- needs to offer something special. Feature-wise, the Masters M51 matches its competition, and ups the ante with those two HDMI inputs and its pass-through facility, making it the only high-end DAC of which I’m aware that really fits in the two-channel home-theater space ... The M51’s sound, too, is something a bit different. Other DACs take a tighter hold on the music, tease out more detail, or create a better-defined soundstage. What the Masters M51 offers is a sound that’s smooth, laid-back, and always pleasant, no matter what you throw at it. Its slight favoring of the midrange imbues the sound with just a hint of extra warmth. For many listeners, such a combination is a recipe for audio bliss." Pictures:
  10. Item: Nad M51 DAC/PRE - Silver Location: Canberra ACT Price: $700 Item Condition: 9/10 - No damage at all, presents as new Reason for selling: Upgrade Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: I have owned 2 of these now as I always found it hard to best them at or near their price point. I am taking the plunge and moving to a Chord DAC so this will have to make way to help fund the new purchase. Plenty of info out there on these. I have owned many DAC (Some worth 3x what this is worth) but I still find it hard to best it. Great bit of hi-fi gear! I have original inner, and outer boxes so postage is no problem. Pictures: Item: Cardas Clear Light 1m XLR interconnects Location: Canberra ACT Price: SOLD Item Condition: 9/10 - Presents as new Reason for selling: Need RCA interconnects for new DAC Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: I just got this cable and find it to be the best interconnect I have used, hands down. Unfortunately the Chord DAC is single ended only so the Cardas cables will have to go. $1299 in stores new so grab a bargain. Box, warranty cert all included.
  11. Item: NAD C350 Integrated Amplifier, NAD C440 Tuner, Panasonic DVD S33 & Krix Lyrix Gold Floor Standers Location: Adelaide Hills South Australia Price: $750 Item Condition: Very good, some minor delamination on the base plinth of the speakers only, everything else is in perfect condition Reason for selling: This system is from my grandfathers house. He recently relocated to an old folks home and there is no room for these. Im selling them on his behalf. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: This system reminds me a lot of the very first component system that got me started in this hobby many years ago. I think it would be an excellent system for someone just starting out. Bang for buck at this price it is hard to beat. Comes with speaker cables, interconnects etc. A fully functioning system. I can demo if interested, but you will need to bring your own CD (I only run network music these days). Pictures:
  12. Item: NAD D 1050 DAC Location: Melbourne Price: $350 Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: Too many DACs Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: This is an awesome little DAC and Headphone Amp. USB input supporting 24 bit/192 kHz, plus optical and coax inputs. Balanced and unbalanced outputs. Separate power supply. Have only had for a few months but a casualty of other rearranging. Good reviews - including 5 Stars from What Hi-Fi. Very neat packaging, can either stand up or lay on its side. Pictures:
  13. Item: NAD M12 pre amps (rrp: $6999) and M22 Amplifier (rrp: $5499) total: $12,500. Location: Sydney Northern Beaches Price: M12 $4999 and M22 $3999 ----Both $8000 $7400 $6500 only until 31st January Item Condition: Like new, Some small marks as show in photos. Reason for selling: Moved house and have smaller area now. Possibly getting a LS50 Wifi version as I want to simplify electronics and size used up. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: See photos for condition of items and specs. This has had very little use, my guess would be under 30 hours. M12 Pre amp with touch screen + Remote (remote has backlit keys when its dark and is motion sensitive) M22 is a Stereo 250w amp at 8 ohms. Testing of item before payment will be mandatory so that the buyer can be sure its all working. Pickup Only as they are delicate items. Warriewood, Sydney Northern Beaches 2102 Pictures:
  14. Item: Location: Pascoevale 3044 Price: $900 Pending. Item Condition: Excellent just a rattle in the remote like a loose little plastic. Reason for selling: Upgrading Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Bought this from sterio net off a member. It's 240 volts, remote control. This dac punches way above many dacs I've owned. Pictures: Hands-on research Product Research Features Controls Connections Features Direct Digital DAC/Preamp: The NAD M51 Direct Digital DAC introduces many "firsts" for the DAC product category: first to support HDMI, first to support USB Audio Class 2 with support for 192kHz, the first to use digital error correction, and the first 35-bit architecture to be found in a DAC. The M51 is also a fully functional digital preamp with seven digital inputs and one of the world's best volume controls. As a "preamp" it is totally noise and distortion free, because all switching and volume control is done in the digital domain. There are no analog circuits except for the Class A buffer at the output of the DAC. Whether you want to get into computer audio, Home Cinema 2.0, or just want to upgrade your CD player; the M51 Direct Digital DAC will get the best possible performance from your digital formats. All this innovation, performance, and flexibility come with NAD's legendary sound quality and performance. Direct Digital Technology: NAD's Direct Digital technology is unique in both its extreme precision and in its speed. Direct Digital technology uses a very powerful processing engine that operates at much higher speed and with much greater accuracy than typical Digital-to-Analog converters. Running at 108MHz, the M51 resamples the incoming pulse code modulated (PCM) signal and converts it to a pulse width modulation signal (PWM) with a sampling rate of 844kHz. Operating in a differential mode with double precision, the M51 has state-of-the-art specifications for low noise and distortion free sound. The extreme headroom afforded by the 35-bit architecture allows for a DSP-based volume control that does not reduce resolution. Even with 24-bit high definition signals, the output can be attenuated by 66dB (very quiet) before bit truncation begins. Precision Processing Engine: The incredible precision of the M51's processing engine gives music a vibrancy and transient accuracy that must be heard to be appreciated. The conversion process from PCM to PWM completely eliminates any jitter present on the incoming signal; again, offering state-of-the-art performance in this most important parameter. Due to the very high clock speed and mathematical precision of our reconstruction filters, the resulting audio signal is totally free of digital artifacts like ringing. Pure Class A Analog Stage: A Pure Class A analog stage with very low output impedance provides the perfect interface to your favorite amplifier. Also, both balanced (XLR) and unbalanced (RCA) outputs are available. Controls Power On/Off Switch: The NAD M51 direct digital DAC's main power switch is located on the rear-panel. Once this main power switch is set to "On", you can switch the NAD M51 from "On" to "Standby" using the front-panel On/Off button. Input Selection: There is an Input Selection button on the M51's front-panel which allows you to switch between connected sources (AES/EBU, Coaxial, Optical, USB, HDMI, & HDMI2). Remote Control: The supplied IR remote provides wireless operation of the M51 and features controls for NAD's matching M50 Digital Music Player (745M50, sold separately). Connections USB (Type-B) Port: The NAD M51 direct digital DAC is ready for the world of computer audio with its rear-panel asynchronous USB (type-B) input that can directly stream 24-bit/192kHz content from your Windows PC, Mac computer, or other network-attached storage device (NAS). Your computer will need to meet the following system requirements. Windows PC Users: Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2 or higher, Microsoft Windows 7. Mac Users: Minimum Mac OS X Snow Leopard (version 10.6) and later versions. Digital Audio Inputs: The NAD M51 Direct Digital DAC includes three digital audio inputs; optical (Toslink), one coaxial (RCA), and one AES/EBU (balanced XLR). Digital AES/EBU (XLR) Input: The NAD M51 is fitted with a Digital AES/EBU (XLR) jack to connect high-end audio sources, such as SACD and DVD-Audio players. For high-end sources with higher sampling rates like 176kHz and 192kHz, it is highly recommended that such sources be interfaced with the AES/EBU (XLR) In connector. Digital Coaxial/Optical Inputs: The M51 also features a rear-panel optical (toslink) digital input and coaxial (RCA) digital input to connect your digital audio components. Connect your CD, DVD, and Blu-ray disc players. You can also add NAD's innovative C 446 Digital Media Tuner (745C446, sold separately) to stream and manage your internet radio and NAS devices, as well as local AM/FM broadcasts. The Digital inputs support sampling rates of 32-192khz. Analog Audio Outputs: The NAD M51 offers balanced (XLR) and unbalanced (RCA) analog audio outputs. Balanced XLR Output: The M51 is fitted with a pair of balanced XLR outputs to connect your high-end or professional audio amplifier. Unbalanced RCA Output: There is one set of unbalanced analog stereo RCA outputs to connect to your stereo amplifier. HDMI Inputs/Output: The M51 offers two HDMI v1.4 inputs and one HDMI v1.4 output with video pass-through. This opens up the possibility of using the M51 Direct Digital DAC as the heart of a "Video 2.0" system using the mandatory two-channel linear PCM soundtrack from Blu-ray or DVD to make a compelling two-channel high definition theater presentation. Many symphony orchestras and some specialty music labels are also released in HD recordings on Blu-ray or DVD. The M51 is fully 3D video compatible, but there is no surround sound decoding or video processing. USB (Type-A) Port: The M51's USB (type-A) port is only used to update the unit with future software/firmware upgrades from NAD. 12V Trigger Inputs: With this 3.5mm input triggered by a 12V DC supply, the M51 can be switched On remotely from standby mode by compatible devices; such as amplifiers, preamplifiers, receivers, etc. If the 12V DC supply is cut off, the M51 will return to standby mode. IR Input: This 3.5mm input is connected to the output of an IR (infrared) repeater (Xantech or similar) or the IR output of another component to allow control of the M51 from a remote location. RS-232 Port: The RS-232 port allows connection to a compatible PC or external whole-house control system from companies such as AMX or Crestron. NAD is a certified partner of AMX and Crestron and fully supports these external devices. AC Power Cord: The M5 comes supplied with a detachable 6' AC power cord. Our Product Research Team At Crutchfield, you'll get detailed, accurate information that's hard to find elsewhere. That's because we have our own in-house Product Research team. They verify what’s in the box, check the owner's manual, and record dimensions, features and specs. We stay on top of new products and technologies to help people make informed choices.
  15. Item: NAD M51 Dac & Pre amp Location: Melbourne Price: $750 plus shipping Item Condition: excellent Reason for selling: No need anymore Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Bought the item on behalf of my friend in last November from a SNA member. In perfect working condition, comes with original package and remote. Now my friend wants to sell as he had his mind on another DAC. Pictures:
  16. Item: NAD D1050 Headphone Amp/DAC Location: Kilsyth South Item condition description: Excellent - no box, or manual, but have the receipt Price and price conditions: $325, firm, includes free shipping. Reason for selling: Want money for a Wacom tablet. Payment Methods: Usual SNA approved methods Excellent condition, had it for 5 months. The amp section pushed my HD650's quite well. Stack of inputs as well - so you'll be covered. Bought new locally.
  17. Item: NAD 3100 - Monitor Series Stereo Amplifier Location: Len Wallis Audio HQ, 64 Burns Bay Road, Lane Cove NSW Price: $400 $250 Item Condition: Very good 2nd hand condition Payment Method: Cash, Paypal, Credit Cards, Bank Transfer Shipping: We are happy to ship to any location in Australia, price on application Extra Info: Very nice sounding amp that includes the robust 2100 power amplifier with high quality pre-amplifier circuitry. The pre and power sections are joined by removable external jumpers that allow you to insert external processors such as a surround-sound unit or an external crossover for bi-amping in the signal path. Specifications: Power output: 60 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo) Frequency response: 20Hz to 20kHz Total harmonic distortion: 0.03% Damping factor: 100 Input sensitivity: 0.18mV (MC), 2.5mV (MM), 200mV (line) Signal to noise ratio: 75dB (MC), 75dB (MM), 94dB (line) Dimensions: 435 x 106 x 385mm Weight: 10.5kg Years of manufacture - 1988-91 Pictures:
  18. Item: NAD C542 HDCD Player NAD C422 RDS Stereo Tuner Location: Toowong or Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, Queensland Price: NAD C542 HDCD Player: $180 NAD C422 RDS Stereo Tuner: $80 Or both for $220 + Shipping Item Condition: Excellent except CD player is missing its remote, If you have another NAD remote the CD player will work fine with that (I use my NAD M51 remote), or of course a third party universal remote. Reason for selling: No longer used and surplus to my needs Payment Method: Paypal, EFT, COD, etc. Extra Info: CD/CD-R/CD-RW compatible, HDCD decoder with automatic detection, Burr-Brown Sigma-Delta 24-bit digital to analogue converter, Nichicon “Muse” capacitors, coaxial and optical digital outputs, low output impedance, separate power regulators for analog and digital sections, VFL display with selectable track, time and repeat, repeat mode for single track or entire CD, program play up to 20 tracks, random play, external IR input, 12V trigger input. Pictures:
  19. Item: Complete system Sansui Amp AU-4900, Speakers SP-1000, NAD C541i CD, Digital Tuner and Turntable Location: West Pennant Hills Sydney Price: $450 complete Item Condition: All are fully functional and in very good condition Reason for selling: This is a system I put together for my parents (we have owned the speakers from new) they are shifting and no longer have space Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: As per photo, complete system - all sounds pretty good - selling as 1 lot only as my parents have sold house and are shifting into a unit. Pictures:
  20. Item: NAD C542 HDCD PLAYER Location: Keysborough Vic Price: $200 (neg) not really sure what the going price is so happy to accept offers Item Condition: 9/10 Reason for selling: Not being used Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Have had this for a few years is a very capable CD player but I rarely listen to CDs having ripped all my content. HDCD decoder Burr-Brown Sigma-Delta 24-bit digital to analogue converter Nichicon “Muse” capacitors, Separate power regulators for analog and digital sections, Have original remote in excellent condition and the box can post interstate at buyer cost Pictures:
  21. Item: NAD C350 amp Location: Melbourne, Glen Iris Price: $300 for amp, CD player is free Item Condition: used by a little old lady, driven only to church on sundays....seriously...It's my mum's and she is 70. So it's been well condition with Queen, Neil Diamond and BeeGees Reason for selling: Mum's moved to a Rega Brio-R & Apollo-R (mum rocks) Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal Extra Info: What hi-fi product of the year winner Specifications Power output: 60 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo) - NAD always sound big. Frequency response: 20Hz to 20kHz Total harmonic distortion: 0.03% Damping factor: 150 Input sensitivity: 325mV (line) Signal to noise ratio: 96dB (line) Speaker load impedance: 4Ω (minimum) Dimensions: 435 x 100 x 290mm Weight: 7kg Accessories: remote control Has tone defeat control and soft clipping on/off options The CD player - the 5 disc drawer is 'sticky' needs some gentle love nudges to close and open. She is free. Free like a bird. Free like the wind. other comments: How's the table? that, my friend, is what we in the business call well oiled hard wood.
  22. Hi All, Looking for some advise as I am thinking of upgrading my NAD D3020 into a receiver, Either a: Yamaha RX-V685 Sony STR DN1080 Denon X1500H I would like to get some opinions or experiences from anyone who has gone through the same pathway from an integrated amp to an av receiver. I was wondering if the NAD D3020 would still be better for stereo music listening as compared to an AV receiver? Thanks!
  23. Item: NAD T 777v3 AV Receiver Location: Sydney Price: $2800 Delivered - RRP $ 4299 Item Condition: Distributor Refurbished - 90 Day Warranty Payment Method: Credit Card, Paypal, Bank Transfer, ZipMoney - Interest Free Extra Info: Latest Spec AV receiver 7 x 80w Dolby Atmos decoding 4K Ultra HD BluOS on board Modular Design Construction provides for future upgradeability. Pictures:
  24. Item: NAD T 758v3 AV Receiver Location: Sydney Price: $1600 Delivered - $2399 RRP Item Condition: Distributor Refurbished - 90 Day Warranty Payment Method: Credit Card, Paypal, Bank Transfer or Zip Money Interest-Free Extra Info: Latest Spec AV receiver 7 x 60w Dolby Atmos decoding 4K Ultra HD BluOS on board Modular Design Construction provides for future upgradeability. Pictures:
  25. Item: NAD C 368 Integrated Amplifier with BluOS Module Installed Location: Sydney Price: $1500 $1400 Delivered - RRP $2399 Item Condition: Distributor Refurbished Stock - 90 day warranty Payment Method: Credit Card, Paypal, Bank Transfer, ZipMoney Interest Free Extra Info: Optional BluOS Module Fitted 80W x 2 continuous power into 8 or 4 ohms Bluetooth A2DP with aptX supported MM phono input Analogue line inputs SPDIF coax and optical inputs Speaker A, Speaker B Stereo or bridge mode configuration Preamp/Subwoofer out Headphone amplifier MDC slots for future upgrades IR remote Smartphone control app 12V trigger in/out IR in/out RS-232 serial port for control Control4, Crestron, RTI, URC, AMX, Savant, Elan certified Pictures:
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