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    Hi All,
    I've had my eye on the NAD T775HD receiver for a couple of weeks now, and just noticed today that the price dropped significantly at well-known, online, authorized NAD dealer. I called the dealer up and they told me that this model is discontinued. Considering the modular upgradability and the fact that as currently configured, this receiver has pretty much everything I am looking for, I couldn't resist the price, and I ordered one.

    I am wondering, though, if anyone here knows what NAD might be announcing with their replacements.

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    It's usually a sure sign they're coming but not without some public knowledge of that fact beforehand. I'd search the internet about it and would be surprised if it wasn't announced or shown at this years' CES.

    The T775HD is very nice, very capable and you should post some pics when you get it up and running.

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    That's it exactly. I really should learn to search, then post instead of the other way around. Even though new models are on their way, it appears that NAD is committed to the MDC architecture, so my obsolete T775HD really isn't obsolete at all.

    From: http://www.avguide.com/article/nad-a...modules?page=1

    New MDC-Equipped Processor and A/V Receivers by NAD

    NAD will introduce at CES a new preamp-tuner processor and two new surround sound A/V receivers—the T187, T757 and T787—built with the company’s exclusive Modular Design Construction (MDC) architecture, which becomes more affordable and accessible than ever before. The T757’s suggested price of $1,499 brings NAD AV Receivers equipped with MDC technology to a significantly lower price point. The new models also demonstrate NAD’s growing commitment to MDC, a program begun in 2005 and now in its third generation of modules.

    The T187 and T787 are compatible with NAD’s new VM 150 Video Module, which expands support for 3D and other digital formats; the new VM 150X Module, which adds HDMI 1.4a ports and adds IP control; and the new CM200 Control4? Module which, for the first time, adds Control4 automation functions to NAD A/V receivers. All support seven channels with the T757 delivering 60 Watts/channel (full disclosure power) and the flagship T787 delivering 120 Wpc FDP. The components are expected to be available in the second quarter of 2011 at suggested prices from $1,499 to $3,499.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorokusai View Post
    The T775HD is very nice, very capable and you should post some pics when you get it up and running.
    I'm doing a few things to my HT setup, and plan to post some before and after pics in the System Showcase.

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    I've seen a couple places with the T747 for $599 which I think is a pretty good deal as well.

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