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In the market for a receiver upgrade and very interested in this unit. I can't find that much feedback online. I love the simplistic nature of it and am much more interested in sound quality than lots of features I will probably never use. It would be running PSB Imagine T/C and I use the Oppo 103 to stream music through Pandora. Is this the best unit in the 1k range for pure audio clarity? I would be split about 50/50 for music and ht. I have read that NAD had dome quality control issues in the past, but this seems to have gotten better. Any opinions/feedback is greatly appreciated.
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Try the link below for an answer.

http://www.avsforum.com/t/1511891/can-you-really-hear-the-difference-between-an-nad-t758-and-the-likes-of-the-onkyo-818-marantz-6007-or-yamaha-1020
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