Originally Posted by paul.raulerson
Ah hah! I can post here again! Yeah!!
I don't see what you are seeing either, unless the player is changing the bit depth or sample rate. Then I see that. Could that be happening to you?
Were you banned or something Paul!!
I bought a NAD T775HD from Saturday Audio a few weeks ago. I am still torn about it because just two months ago I bought a used T763 which sounds great too.
The 775 definitely sounds better than the 763 and has 4 HDMI ports, 7.1 channels instead of 6.1 (like the 763) and does Audyssey Multi XT with NAD response curves, Dynamic EQ and Dynamic Volume.
I am still tweaking audyssey settings - still not satisfactory.
I did find one bug similar to what Ladyfingers is having. The beginning of any song is cutoff on the T775 if I use a digital connection (HDMI or SPDIF). I sent my findings to NAD and they are in the process of getting back to me. My two older NAD receivers T744 and T763 don't have this problem. So, it looks like this problem was introduced later on (like the 747 and 775). Other 775 owners have this problem too. I don't think I have a problem with it dropping signal in the middle of a song but only the beginning.
I still have the T763. I cannot return the 775 since Saturday Audio (where I bought it from) has only a 7 day return policy. I could exchange it for another product - but I don't know what to get. I might just keep it since it does sound great. May be I should have stuck with the T763 and upgraded my Klipsch RF5, RC7 speakers instead.
I wanted to add that the T775 has no video processing - only a pure pass through - and everything works great there with no frame rate conversion etc that the T747 has been plagued with. I got the T775HD for $1299 from Saturday Audio. They are sold out and the T775HD2 is $2999!!! Crazy huh!