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NAD t763 working great!

 

craigbrowne
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For what it's worth, I finally made my decision and picked up a NAD t763 this weekend. While some things could be a little clearer in the documentation, setting it up went pretty smoothly. I got all my wiring switched over in short order and was up and running. It sounded great and none--repeat NONE--of the problems that many have commented on here. The next day I spent the extra time with my sound meter to get things calibrated, and all I can say is WOW! What a sweet machine! Definitely the right choice for me and my listening tastes. Rest assured that not all NADs have hum, hiss and pops. As a lurker here, it was very helpful to hear all of the insights shared on this site while making my decision. Thanks to all.
 

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Username: Dabluz

Post Number: 1
Registered: 03-2004
Hey Craig,My 763 was working great until I switched surround formats from DTS to DD 5.1.The surrounds would quit working.If I shutdown and repowered they would work again.Everything else worked great and the sound was excellent with no hiss or hum.It's being shipped back today and hopefully a new one will be on the way.Enjoy your new toy.
 

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Username: Seamus

Post Number: 5
Registered: 02-2004
Craig,
What speakers are you using ? It'll help other 'lurkers' like me who are torn between the T753 or 763 and the Marantz 7400.
 

Anonymous
 
Hi dabluz ,

I got the same thing on my T763, a loud pop sound when I switched from DD to DTS the first time and only that single time.
I just turn it off and then back on again and sins then I haven't have any problem at all with my T763.

I think you can avoid this problem if you do a "REBOOT" command as soon as you turn on your new T7x3 receiver.
 

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Username: Dabluz

Post Number: 2
Registered: 03-2004
I tried the reboot thing over and over and the surround speakers still would not work after changing surround modes.The reciever should not have to be rebooted constantly to work correctly.
 

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Username: John_a

Post Number: 287
Registered: 12-2003
Make sure you have chosen PCM for DTS in the player. The receiver has to do the best it can with the input signal.
 

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Username: Dabluz

Post Number: 3
Registered: 03-2004
I've tried PCM mode, and it makes no difference.The dealer talked to Nad about the problem and said it was the surround processor chip.
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