Hello NAD community! I really need a suggestion. I purchased my first NAD T753 in 2006. This month April 2012 it started shutting down, it runs for 5 to 10 minutes then shuts down. I have to continue resetting it then it will run for that time again and will shut down. I LOVE my 70 watt T753, but the repair shop told me that worse case scenario, it will cost me $300 the most, to repair it, depending on what it is, but it might be less. Would anyone give me a WISE suggestion as to what to do in this scenario. The store where i originally got my unit currently has a 80 watt T765, i am speculating that since we are talking about a NAD receiver 10 more watts is a BIG deal. Also, is this more powerfull unit just as OLD as my T753??
Does anybody has experience with the T765 and does this unit has any negative issues as well, is there a problem with a NOISY loud fan???
I do want to say that there is NO WAY i will go for a Yamaha(too irritating to my ears, and too many damm buttons and pointless "sounds"), Denon(simply dull sound), Pioneer(sound has no life either). When i see that someone says that they did not hear a sound difference between a Yamaha and a NAD, that just tells me that some people's ears are just not as tuned as some of ours. Either that or some people just don't care or just don't know what to look for in SOUND QUALITY. I have gone to Best Buy's Magnolia home theater room, and i have taken my music there and played it on those gourgeous looking $4000 receivers, and everytime i leave that place i go back home with a smile on my face because i cannot believe the sound quality that comes out of my T753 70 watt unit. Even my wife tells me: "oh yeah! i can tell the difference". That "little" 50 pound unit outputs sound as if it had a 150 watt amp connected to it. My unit actually was an open box and i paid $750 out the door for it.