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#11687 - 06/06/03 07:13 PM Re: A/V receiver for Epic 80?
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Ah. I am enlightened. Thanks! :-) I knew there was a reason I stopped being a Physics major...


Edited by kcarlile (06/06/03 07:14 PM)
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#11688 - 06/06/03 07:46 PM Re: A/V receiver for Epic 80?
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Marik,
First, I demoed this receiver at a local hi-fi shop and it was hooked up to five 4 ohm speakers at the time. Secondly, I read a bench test on this receiver....I will try to locate the article and supply the URL when I have time.

The following is a copy and paste from NADs website:

"Power Output Stereo Mode 2 x 90W (19.5dBW)
Simultaneous Continuous Output Power into 4/8 Ohms * 5 x 80W (19dBW)

(*Min. power per channel, 20Hz - 20kHz with no more than 0.08% THD rated distortion.)

IHF Dynamic Power 8 Ohms 2 x 150W (21.7dBW)
IHF Dynamic Power 4 Ohms 2 x 200W (23dBW)
IHF Dynamic Power 2 Ohms 2 x 225W (23.5dBW"




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#11689 - 06/06/03 09:59 PM Re: A/V receiver for Epic 80?
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The review on the NAD T752 is in the December 2002 issue of Sound & Vision. I read the full review including the "In The Lab" section. I can't find the full review online from Sound & Visoin but NAD has part of the review (no 'In the Lab' section) on their site.

Go to the review section on NADs homepage and click the Sound & Vision link.

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#11690 - 06/06/03 10:38 PM Re: A/V receiver for Epic 80?
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Marik,

Here is a little something that might help you with some of your questions. Its a nice little article that applies to all receivers (not just NAD) in termsp of rated power etc. It also contains commentation on how NAD can drive 8, 4, and even 2 ohm loads.

http://www.nadelectronics.com/power/index.htm

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#11691 - 06/06/03 11:39 PM Re: A/V receiver for Epic 80?
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The NAD 752 is great. Loads of power. There only one quirk .It has a fan which spins rather loud at time when the amp get a littel too hot. Not too often though. My dad loves his 752.
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