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NAD T 778

NAD’S T 778 features a large touchscreen display, mirroring the design of its two-channel M10 and M33 streaming amplifiers. It’s a standout feature, suited to a world dominated by smartphones. But does it actually make this 9.1 AVR any better?

The T 778 is very much one of the NAD new breed, featuring the same holy trinity of features you’ll find on its flagship stereo products: the aforementioned touchscreen control, Dirac Live EQ and BluOS streaming. This all explains its hefty £2,500 price tag.

As you'd expect it's fully compatible with Dolby

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