NAD T765 HD
Referred to as practical, refined and simple, the NAD T765 incorporates many of the acclaimed attributes of its award-winning predecessors, while still improving on the subtle details, make this one of the most popular A/V receivers in NAD's history. At 80-watts x 7-channels, the T765 still commands respect in the most demanding home theaters, while offering a more compact chassis than its bigger brother, the T775.
Part Numbers: T 765 HD, T765, T765HD
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
ENGLISH FRANAIS ESPAOL ITALIANO DEUTSCH NEDERLANDS SVENSKA
1. Read instructions - All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the product is operated. 2. Retain instructions - The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference. 3. Heed Warnings - All warnings on the product and in the operating instructions should be adhered to. 4. Follow Instructions - All operating and use instructions should be followed. 5. Cleaning - Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning. 6. Attachments - Do not use attachments not recommended by the product manufacturer as they may cause hazards. 7. Water and Moisture - Do not use this product near water-for example, near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub; in a wet basement; or near a swimming pool; and the like. 8. Accessories - Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The product may fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult and serious damage to the product. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommended by the manufacturer, or sold with the product. Any mounting of the product should follow the manufacturers instructions, and should use a mounting accessory recommended by the manufacturer. 9. Cart - A product and cart combination should be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause the product and cart combination to overturn. 10.Ventilation - Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation to ensure reliable operation of the product and to protect it from overheating. These openings must not be blocked or covered. The openings should never be blocked by placing the product on a bed, sofa, rug, or other similar surface. This product should not be placed in a built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is provided or the manufacturers instructions have been adhered to. 11.Power Sources - This product should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label and connected to a MAINS socket outlet with a protective earthing connection. If you are not sure of the type of power supply to your home, consult your product dealer or local power company. 12.Power-Cord Protection - Power-supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against them, paying particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the product. 13.Mains Plug - Where the mains plug or an appliance coupler is used as the disconnect device, the disconnect device shall remain readily operable. 14.Outdoor Antenna Grounding - If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the product, be sure the antenna or cable system is grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built-up static charges. Article 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, provides information with regard to proper grounding of the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding conductors, location of antenna discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements for the grounding electrode.
NOTE TO CATV SYSTEM INSTALLER This reminder is provided to call the CATV system installers attention to Section 820-40 of the NEC which provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be connected to the grounding system of the building, as close to the point of cable entry as practical.
15.Lightning - For added protection for this product during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna or cable system. This will prevent damage to the product due to lightning and power-line surges. 16.Power Lines - An outside antenna system should not be located in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric light or power circuits, or where it can fall into such power lines or circuits. When installing an outside antenna system, extreme care should be taken to keep from touching such power lines or circuits as contact with them might be fatal. 17.Overloading - Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or integral convenience receptacles as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock. 18.Flame Sources - No naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, should be placed on the product. 19.Object and Liquid Entry - Never push objects of any kind into this product through openings as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short-out parts that could result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the product. 20.Headphones - Excessive sound pressure form earphones and headphones can cause hearing loss. 21.Damage Requiring Service - Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions: a. When the power-supply cord or plug is damaged. b. If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the product. c. If the product has been exposed to rain or water. d. If the product does not operate normally by following the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions as an improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the product to its normal operation. e. If the product has been dropped or damaged in any way. f. When the product exhibits a distinct change in performance-this indicates a need for service. 22.Replacement Parts - When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified by the manufacturer or have the same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards.
CHOOSING A LOCATION
Choose a location that is well ventilated (with at least several inches to both sides and behind), and that will provide a clear line of sight, within 25 feet/8 meters, between the T765s front panel and your primary listening/viewing positionthis will ensure reliable infrared remote control communications. The T765 generates a modest amount of heat, but nothing that should trouble adjacent components. It is perfectly possible to stack the T765 on top of other components, but the reverse usually should be avoided. Nonetheless, it is generally preferable that the T765 stand alone. It is especially important that sufficient ventilation be provided. If you are contemplating on locating the T765 within a cabinet or other furniture, consult your NAD audio/video specialist for advice on providing adequate airflow.
Packed with your T765 is a Quick Start Guide that will guide you through typical setup configurations in combination with your ancillary devices. The Quick Start Guide also features the contents of your T765 package as well as start up procedures. The T765 is defaulted to the following settings: Source Source 1 Source 2 Source 3 Source 4 iPod Source 7 Front Input Media Player Tuner For Video output, select the highest video quality format available on your TV/Monitor and utilize this for your Monitor OUT connection from the T 765 to the TV/Monitor. In most cases, this would be HDMI but for other TV/Monitor without HDMI input, the best connection in order of best video quality would be Component Video, S-Video and Composite video input. To modify the above default settings and for a better understanding of source setting and combinations, please refer to the section on Source Setup of the Setup Menu discussion. NOTE Digital input will always take precedence over analog audio input even if both are present. Audio Input HDMI 1 IN/ Audio 1 IN Optical 2 IN/ Audio 2 IN Coaxial 3 IN/ Audio 3 IN Audio 4 IN Audio 5 IN 7.1 Input Optical Front Input/ Audio Front Input Audio MP input Video Input HDMI 1 IN Component Video 2 IN S Video 3 IN Video 4 IN S-Video 5 IN Component Video 3 IN S-Video Front IN
DEALING WITH HUM AND NOISE
Hum and noise may sometimes prove a challenge in complex, multi-channel audio systems. Note these considerations to help prevent hum and noise problems: Power all your system's audio component from AC outlets originating from the same circuit of your house wiring. As far as possible, power all audio components from the same outlet, or adjacent outlets on the same circuit. It may be useful to power video displays (and computers!) from outlets on another circuit, especially if that circuit is supplied from the other "leg" of the house wiring. Do not bundle analog audio cables with AC power cables, or with coaxial digital-audio cables. It is best if they cross at right angles if they must be in close proximity. Employ high-quality, well-shielded audio cable throughout, and ensure that all connections are secure. A pencil-eraser can be used to burnish copper- and gold-plated contacts to ensure good, lowresistance contact; specialized contact-cleaners can also be useful. Avoid unnecessary unplugging and re-plugging since the gold (or copper) contact plating of typical cable connectors, even very high-quality ones, is very thin and easily worn. Track down hum/noise problems one component at a time, working backwards from the A/V Receiver. That is a. Connect the speakers to the A/V Receiver only, and check for hum. b. Then connect one component only (a CD player, for example) alone, with no other components connected and check for hum. c. Connect additional components, one at a time, to the A/V Receiver and check for hum. At each stage, if hum/noise appears, examine the audio cabling and AC-power routing of the new component. In some cases, moving the new component's AC cord to a different outlet, or installing a ground-lift (3-to-2-prong adapter) on its power cord, will eliminate the hum.
Notes The rear panel POWER switch must be in the ON position for the Standby button to activate. If Auto Trigger IN at Trigger Setup menu is assigned to Main or All and the TRIGGER switch is set to AUTO mode, the standby button in the front panel as well as the corresponding ON/OFF function keys in the HTR3 remote control will be disabled effectively handing this function to an external controller. Switch TRIGGER to OFF to maintain normal power ON/OFF function procedures. (See section also about Trigger Setup under the Setup Menu discussions. 2 STANDBY LED : This indicator will light up amber when the T765 is in standby state. When the T765 main or zones are in the ON state, this indicator will illuminate blue. In the unlikely event that the T765 switches to protection state, then this indicator will illuminate red. When infrared command from the HTR3 is received, this indicator will also flash momentarily. 3 INFO : Repeatedly toggle this button (press/hold first if in Tuner mode and then toggle) to display both at the Vacuum Fluorescent Display (VFD) and On-Screen Display (OSD) the following Current Source, Volume level, Listening mode, Audio Source Format, Audio Codec, Video Mode and active Zones with their corresponding Source Inputs. While at Tuner mode, toggle this button to cycle through Preset Name, RDS name and RDS text.
10 VOLUME : Use this control to adjust the volume level of the main speakers. The default volume level is -20dB. The VOLUME knob is also used to increment / decrement other adjustable parameters like Tone Controls. 11 A SPEAKERS B : Press either speaker A or B or both to select the set of speakers you wish to listen to. Speaker A is the main set of 7 multichannel and surround speakers. Speaker B is an auxiliary set for remote locations such as other rooms of your home. For Speaker B selection, all surround sound sources are downmixed to stereo. Combining Speaker A and Speaker B (SPEAKERS A + B) will also result to the source being downmixed to stereo. 12 SOURCE : Press these buttons to toggle through the input selections Source 1, Source 2, Source 3, Source 4, iPod, Source 7, Front Input, Media Player and Tuner (AM, FM, XM, DAB as applicable). More Sources could be directly recalled through these buttons upon enabling them at the Setup Menu (See the section Source Setup at Setup Menu discussion). 17 PHONES : Accepts stereo headphone using a standard 1/4-inch stereo phone plug (use a suitable adapter for headphones equipped with a smaller plug). For headphone listening, the Front speakers must be set to Large at the Speaker Configuration of the Speaker Setup item at the Setup Menu, otherwise headphone bass response will be restricted. Plugging in headphones will automatically switch the T765 to Stereo, Stereo Downmix or Analog Bypass modes. 18 FRONT INPUT jacks : Use these convenience jacks for occasional sources such as a camcorder, tape player, video game console, any analog audio or optical digital audio and composite or S-Video video sources. If your source has a single audio out jack only or is marked mono output , plug this into the T765s Front R (Mono) input. On the other hand, if your source has two output jacks indicative of stereo output, insert both jacks into the T765s corresponding Front L and R (Mono) input to achieve stereo output as well. 19 MP/MIC input : Connect your MP3s standard stereo phone jack to this input. This is the same input where Audyssey microphone jack is connected (See also discussion about Audyssey Setup).
DIRECT The analog or digital sources are automatically played in their native formats. All the sources audio channels are reproduced directly. This mode recreates the original sound most faithfully thereby producing outstandingly high quality audio. Pro Logic Two-channel recordings, whether stereo or surround-encoded, are reproduced with Dolby Pro Logic surround processing, yielding output to front left/right, center and discrete left/right surround channels (assuming these are present in the current Speaker Configuration). The surround channel is monophonic, but it is reproduced in both surround speakers.
Stereo All output is directed to the front left/right channels. Low frequencies are directed to the subwoofer if one is present in the Speaker settings. Select Stereo when you wish to listen to a stereo (or monaural) production, such as music CD or FM broadcast, without surround enhancement. Stereo recordings whether in PCM/digital or analog form and whether surround-encoded or not encoded, are reproduced as recorded. Multi-channel digital recordings (Dolby Digital and DTS) are reproduced in Stereo Downmix mode via the front left/right channels only as Lt/Rt (left/right-total) signals.
The T765 offers distinct listening modes, tailored for different types of recording or program material. With a two-channel (Stereo) source, the following listening modes can be selected:
Dolby Pro Logic IIx Dolby Pro Logic IIx processes both stereo and 5.1 signals into a 6.1 or 7.1 channel output. At Dolby Pro Logic IIx, you can choose PLIIx Movie or PLIIx Music modes to tailor your listening experience to the source material. Dolby Pro Logic IIx surround processing yields more stable imaging and full bandwidth sound to the rear channels in Movie mode offering sound that is more similar to Dolby Digital decoding. For two channel signals, Pro Logic IIx Music mode also features three additional user controls - Dimension, Center Width, and Panorama. See also section about Adjusting Listening Modes below. The following chart shows the channels available assuming they are enabled in the Speaker Configuration menu: Listening Mode Two-Channel Sources Dolby Pro Logic IIx Music Dolby Pro Logic IIx Movie Active Decoded Output Channels 6.1 Speaker System Front (left & right), Center, Surround (left & right), Back Surround, Subwoofer 7.1 Speaker System Front (left & right), Center, Surround (left & right) and Back Surround (left and right) and subwoofer
DTS Neo: 6 Two-channel recordings, whether stereo or surround-encoded, are reproduced with Neo: 6 surround with output to front left/right, center and discrete left/right surround channels plus subwoofer (assuming these are present in the current Speaker Configuration). The T765 provides two DTS Neo: 6 variations - NEO:6 Cinema and NEO:6 Music. See also section about Adjusting Listening Modes below. EARS Two-channel recordings, whether stereo or surround-encoded, are reproduced with proprietary NAD surround processing with signals output to the front left/right, center and discrete left/right surround channels, plus subwoofer (assuming these are present in the current Speaker Configuration.). EARS does not employ the surround back speakers (if any). EARS extracts the natural ambience present in nearly all well-produced stereo recordings. It does not synthesize any ambience or other sonic elements and thus remains truer to the sound of the original musical performance than most other music-surround options. Select EARS for listening to stereo music recordings and broadcasts. EARS produces a subtle but highly natural and believable ambience from nearly all natural-acoustic stereo recordings. Typically, these include classical, jazz, and folk genres as well as numerous examples from others. Its virtues include realistic, stable front-stage sonic imaging and spacious but unexaggerated ambient virtual acoustics that remain faithful to the original recording. Enhanced Stereo All recordings are reproduced in stereo via the maximum speaker complement configured in the current Speaker Configuration. Enhanced stereo can be useful for maximum volume from all channels or for multi-speaker background music (cocktail party) listening. For this mode, Front, Center, Surround and Back speakers can be turned ON/OFF as desired. Analog Bypass All analog signals remain in the analog domain without analog-to-digital conversions. At Analog Bypass, the DSP circuitry is bypassed but full tone control functions remain. Bass management or Speaker settings are also not in effect as these are DSP functions.
Adjusting Listening Modes
Several of the T765s listening modes have one or more selectable variations and adjustable parameters that you can modify to suit you system or personal preferences. At Listening Mode menu, use a combination of ENTER and keys to navigate and effect desired settings. Note Listening Mode parameter changes are maintained when you change listening modes. You may also save a modified Listening Mode for easy recall by saving it to a Preset (See A/V Presets below under Setup Menu discussions). Pro Logic IIx PLIIx MOVIE is optimized for film soundtracks. PLIIx MUSIC for music recordings Center Width (0 to 7): Modifies the hard-centeredness of the center image, by gradually mixing mono center content to the Front left/right speakers as well. A setting of 0 retains the centerchannel-only default while a setting of 7 yields a fully phantom center channel. Dimension (-7 to +7): Adjusts front-rear emphasis of the surround effect independently from the relative channel levels. Panorama (On/Off ): Adds a wraparound effect by extending some stereo content into the surround channels. NOTE Pro Logic IIx mode will decode as Pro Logic II mode when the BACK surround speakers are set to OFF from Speaker Configurations menu. See also section about Speaker Configurations under Speaker Setup of the Setup Menu. DTS Neo: 6 NEO: 6 Cinema is optimized for film soundtracks. NEO: 6 Music for music recordings Center Gain (0 to 0.5): Adjust for better center image in relation to the surround sound channels.
By varying Lip Sync Delay from 0ms to 120ms, one can delay the audio output in order to synchronize it with the video image.
The T765 has three Tone Control levels Treble, Bass and Center Dialog. Bass and Treble controls only affect the low bass and high treble leaving the critical midrange frequencies free of coloration. The Center Dialog (Dialog in the VFD) control boosts the presence of the midrange region improving intelligibility of speech. These controls allow one to tweak on-the-fly, the frequency response of the source during playback. The control setting could be adjusted by navigating through the Tone Controls OSD menu via a combination of ENTER and keys. The same can be managed directly by pressing the front panels TONE CONTROLS button and then rotating the Volume knob to select desired setting. Maximum and minimum values for all three Tone Control levels are +/- 10 dB. Tone Defeat gives one the choice of varying or completely bypassing the tone control section of the T765. If Off (Tone Active in the VFD) is selected, the Tone Control circuits are active. Select On (Tone Defeat in the VFD) to bypass the Tone Controls effectively defeating the effect of the tone control circuits.
After connecting all ancillary sources and other combinations, the Speaker Setup menu will guide you on how to manage and setup your speakers in order to achieve optimum sound acoustics in your listening environment. The following are the Speaker Setup Menu sections.
It has been shown that many, if not most, surround sound systems are not accurately configured and setup. This requires special knowledge and instrumentation that the average person probably doesnt possess. The T765 has the capability to automatically setup your own unique Home Theatres speaker system. This is achievable through the T765s Audyssey Setup feature along with the sophisticated digital electronics built into your unit. The installation of your new T765 is greatly simplified by Audyssey Setup with the end result of delivering the best quality sound possible given the type of speakers you have as well as your listening rooms dimensions. Audyssey Setup takes up only a fraction of time to run compared with setting up your speakers manually and then achieve results that rival other expensive test and setup measuring devices. The following measurements are performed: Detection : Speaker configuration is detected including the number of surround speakers and whether a subwoofer and center channel is connected. Size : T765 crossover is set based on each channels signal handling capability and the subwoofer crossover is automatically set. Level : SPL of each speaker is matched within 1dB at the microphone position. Distance : is accurately set to within 1 foot (30 centimeters) of the microphone for each speaker position. Polarity : the setup program will detect and notify the user if any speakers are connected improperly. Incorrect polarity can ruin the illusion of realism offered by surround sound. This is a one-time setup, unless speakers are moved or changed, in which case Audyssey Setup should be performed again.
Measurement is the first step Connect the Audyssey microphone jack into the front panels MP/MIC input and the Audyssey Setup wizard will guide you through a simple step-by-step configuration. The sound at your main listening position is setup using the supplied Audyssey microphone. A special test tone is sent to each speaker and the data is memorized by the T765. The duration of setup may take some time depending on the number of speakers. After the measurements, Audyssey calculates the ideal system response for your particular room and speaker setup. If some inconsistencies or discrepancies are detected during the Audyssey setup, the process maybe interrupted or the problem is shown in the particular setup window. A notice screen is correspondingly displayed. After following and undertaking the displayed instructions, re-start the Audyssey setup again. When the measurements are finalized, Audyssey calculates the ideal system response for your particular room and speaker setup. Note The test tone emitted during measurement is loud. This maybe bothersome for you and may affect as well your other household members and even your neighbor. It is recommended that you take full advantage of the T765s Audyssey Setup feature for your speaker setup. However, if you desire to setup your speakers manually or if you already had run Audyssey Setup but would like to make adjustments, the following sections on Speaker Configuration, Speaker Levels and Speaker Distance can also be followed and implemented. Note During manual setting of your speakers, previously calibrated Audyssey settings could be retrieved by re-adjusting back the altered configurations as highlighted by an asterisk.
NoteS All speakers must be in their final locations before level-setting. Your subwoofer (if any) should be set with its integral crossover defeated, or if undefeatable, set to its highest-possible frequency if you are using the T765's Subwoofer output. Final subwoofer-level adjustment by-ear, using music and film sound material, is frequently useful. Due to the effects of room acoustics, matched-pair speakers (front; surround; back) will not always calibrate to exactly the same level offset readings. You can exit Test mode at any time by pressing key, bringing you back to Speaker Setup menu. You can also press the TEST key to discontinue the Test mode.
Your systems speaker distance settings are a subtle but important refinement of your setup. Informing the T765 of the loudspeaker-to-listener dimensions of each speaker automatically imposes the correct delays, optimizing imaging, intelligibility and surround-sound ambience. Enter your dimensions with precision within about 1 foot (30 cm). Setting Speaker Distance While at Speaker Distance menu, use the keys to individually set Front Left, Center, Front Right, Surround Right, Back Right, Back Left, Surround Left and Subwoofer to the distance measuring from your principal listening position to the front surface of their corresponding loudspeakers. Distance can be set up to 30 feet or 9.1 meters Distance can be displayed as feet or meters selectable at the Unit of Measure item.
Adjusting the Volume
In addition to the Volume knob, use the HTR3s VOL to adjust the master volume of the T765 raising or lowering the channels altogether. A momentary keypress will change the master volume by 1 dB increments. If you hold down VOL , the master-volume change will run-on until the key is released. Since recordings vary considerably in overall average level, there is no imperative to listen at any particular master-volume setting. A setting of -20 may sound as loud from one CD or DVD as -10 does from another. The T765 will power-up from Standby mode at whatever master volume setting was last used; however, if the prior setting was greater than 20 dB, the T765 will power up at 20 dB. This prevents inadvertently beginning a session at excessive volume. MUTING THE SOUND Use the HTR3s Mute key to silence all channels completely. Muting is always available regardless of the source or listening mode selections. NoteS Changing input or listening-mode selections does not release muting. Adjusting the volume level via the AVR 3 or the front panel volume knob will automatically release the mute function.
1 Rotate the outer frame of the antenna. 2 Insert the bottom edge of the outer frame into the groove on the stand. 3 Extend the antenna cord. SELECTING A TUNER BAND Press the [AM/FM/DB] button on the front panel or the numeric +10 button of the HTR 3 while at AMP or TUNER device selector page. Each subsequent press of either button will toggle you through AM, FM and XM (or DAB) band. Stop (release button) at your desired tuner band.
Choosing the TUNER MODE The front-panel TUNER MODE key is a dual-purpose control. In the normal position, FM Mute FM Stereo icons on the VFD are illuminated, only the stations with a strong signal can be listened to, and the noise between stations is muted. Pressing the TUNER MODE button again (FM Mute FM Stereo icons on the VFD are extinguished) allows distant and potentially noisy stations to be received. Noise is reduced if the FM station signal level is less than the FM Stereo threshold (since mono FM is inherently less noise-prone) though at the sacrifice of the stereo effect. Note One can store the same channel in two preset locations - one with TUNER MODE On and another with TUNER MODE Off.
LISTENING TO XM Radio
The T765 is XM Ready which means that with the addition of separately sold XM Mini-Tuner CPC-9000 and XM Mini-Tuner Home Dock, it has everything you need to listen to live XM. Everything else is built right in. Just subscribe to the XM service and your T765 will be ready to receive XM content. Notes When using the HTR3 to carry out XM commands, ensure that the DEVICE SELECTOR is set to TUNER. In XM mode and with DEVICE SELECTOR set to TUNER, HTR3s [FM MUTE] button has the same function as that of the front panels [TUNER MODE] button. Check with your NAD audio specialist for other versions of XM MiniTuner compatible with T 765. IMPORTANT NOTICE Unless otherwise specifically stated, navigating or accessing XM functions can be undertaken by using either the HTR 3 remote control or the front panel buttons. If the control button or icon button being referred to is available on the HTR 3 remote control and front panel, then the reference to said button is applicable to both the HTR 3 remote control and front panel. The same condition applies to their equivalent buttons. Connecting the XM antenna 1. Plug the end of the XM antenna into the corresponding XM antenna port on the rear panel of the T765. 2. Press and hold TUNER MODE button on the front panel to check the current XM channels signal strength as shown in the VFD and OSD. Press TUNER MODE again to exit signal strength check. Refer also to your XM radios guide on how to install the XM antenna for optimum signal reception. Tuning Stations There are three ways to tune to the XM channel you wish to listen. Make sure to set your HTR3s Device Selector to TUNER prior to undertaking the following tuning options. The buttons refer to the corresponding keys on the HTR3. The same keys correspond to the front panel navigation buttons PRESET / PRESET / TUNE / TUNE. 1 Manual Tuning : Toggle the buttons to step up or down each available XM channel. Press and hold for faster scanning of XM channels. The HTR3 keys TUNE / TUNE will likewise execute these same functions. 2 Direct Channel Call : Using the numeric keypads of the HTR3, key-in directly the desired available channel number and it will be automatically tuned. 3 Category : Toggle TUNER MODE until CATXM and a corresponding category is displayed on the VFD. CATXM stands for the categories channels are grouped into i.e., Country, Rock, Jazz & Blues, etc. Toggle buttons to step up or down the available categories. After selecting the desired category, use the same steps as that of XM Manual Tuning. Tuning will only be limited to within the selected category. Toggle the buttons to choose another category and then tune again.
CONNECTING THE DAB MODULE
Plug-in the other end of the DIN connector (supplied with your NAD DAB Adaptor DB 1) from the DAB modules output port into the corresponding DAB module input socket on the rear panel of the T765. Select DAB mode on the T765 by toggling the [AM/FM/DB] button in the front panel. NOTES The NAD DAB Adaptor DB 1 is not supplied with your T765. Please refer to NAD DAB Adaptor DB 1 installation guide for proper setup connection of the DB1 with respect to the T765. If there is no NAD DAB Adaptor DB 1 connected, the VFD will show Check DAB Tuner.
With the separately sold NAD DAB Adaptor DB1 already connected to the T765, you can now carry out the T765 to receive DAB broadcasts. 1 Toggle [AM/FM/DB] button until DAB mode. The VFD will show No Service List indicating that there are no scanned DAB broadcast services yet. This is the default mode of the DB1.
LISTENING TO DAB RADIO
Until now, analogue radio signals such as FM or AM have been subject to numerous kinds of interference on their way from the transmitter to your radio. These problems were caused by mountains, high-rise buildings and weather conditions. With Digital Audio Broadcast (DAB), you can now receive CD-like quality radio programs without any annoying interference and signal distortion. DAB broadcasts use digital signals rather than traditional analogue transmissions, thus providing clear high quality reception. You getfar more robust reception andvirtually hiss or crackle freesound with DAB as long as you are withina good coverage area. With DAB, the listener can scroll through a list of available stations - then instantly tune to the station of his choice. There is no need either to remember channel frequencies. All broadcasts are selected by simply selecting the service name. The T765 makes it possible for you to enjoy listening to DAB broadcasts. The T765 has a Digital Audio Broadcast (DAB) module socket on the rear panel for adding a separately sold and NAD-specified outboard DAB module the NAD DAB Adaptor DB 1. All the control software for this format is included; just plug-in the module and start enjoying the CD-like quality sound and expansive content selection available with DAB. IMPORTANT NOTICE Unless otherwise specifically stated, navigating or accessing DAB functions can be undertaken by using either the HTR3 remote control or the front panel buttons. If the control button or icon button being referred to is available on the HTR3 remote control and front panel, then the reference to said button is applicable to both the HTR3 remote control and front panel. The same condition applies to their equivalent buttons. NOTES When using the HTR3 remote control to carry out DAB commands, ensure that the DEVICE SELECTOR is set to TUNER. HTR3S [FM MUTE], [ENTER] and are the equivalent remote control keys for the front panel buttons [TUNER MODE], [ENTER] and [TUNE ].
2 To tune to DAB broadcast services, press [TUNER MODE] and then toggle the front panels [TUNE / ] to select either Full Scan or Local Scan. FULL SCAN will enable the scanning of the full range of digital frequencies (Band III and L-Band). LOCAL SCAN performs local scanning of available DAB services in your area. Check with your dealer or visit www.WorldDAB.org to check the applicable digital transmission frequencies in your area. 3 Upon selecting either Full Scan or Local Scan, automatic scanning will be performed. This sequence cannot be interrupted. During the sequence, the following message will be visible in the VFD.
The bars show the progress of the sequence. When scanning is completed, the last number shown on the right side of the VFD corresponds to the total number of DAB broadcast stations found. Then, the first station is tuned in (See ALPHANUMERIC section below to understand the order or arrangement of stations).
4 The strength of the incoming signal can be shown on the VFD by pressing the [ENTER] button. The more segments visible in the lower display line, the stronger the signal. By changing the position of the antenna, you can increase the signal strength. You can also opt for an external antenna. Consult an antenna professional for more information.
The level of compression of stations can be set to eliminate the differences in dynamic range or sound level between radio stations. Popular music would normally be more compressed than classical music, resulting in possible different audio levels when changing from one station to the other. Setting the DRC to 0 means no compression, 1/2 indicates medium compression and 1 shows maximum compression. No compression is recommended, especially for classical music. 1 While listening to a DAB broadcast, press front panels [TUNER MODE] button and then [TUNE / ] to select DRC. Press [ENTER]. 2 Toggle [TUNE / ] to select through DRC 0, DRC and DRC 1. 3 Press [ENTER] to select desired DRC level.
NOTE No Service List will also be shown in the VFD when no stations are found after the scanning process. If this occurs, check the connection and position of the DAB antenna or call your local DAB broadcast providers for coverage information.
This option allows you to directly tune to a desired channel and include it in the service list (if not yet available at the time). You can also use manual scan to assist you in positioning the DAB antenna for best reception of the desired channel. 1 While listening to a DAB broadcast, press front panels [TUNER MODE] button and then [TUNE / ] to select Manual Scan. Press [ENTER]. The current channel and frequency are shown in the upper line of the VFD. The bars at the lower line of the VFD indicate the signal strength level of the current channel.
Follow the steps below to select through the DAB service stations found. 1 At DAB mode, press [TUNE / ] to step through the list of available stations as shown in the lower display line of the VFD.
2 Press [ENTER] to select the desired station.
DAB TUNER MODE
Aside from Full Scan and Local Scan as already described above, pressing the [TUNER MODE] button will also present you with other options namely Station Order, DRC, Manual Scan, Prune List and Reset
Use Station Order to sort the sequence of the listed stations. There are three orders Alphanumeric, Ensemble and Active. 1 While listening to a DAB broadcast, press front panels [TUNER MODE] button and then [TUNE / ] to select Station Order. Press [ENTER]. 2 Toggle [TUNE / ] to select through Alphanumeric, Ensemble and Active. 3 Press [ENTER] to select desired station order. ALPHANUMERIC This is the default setting. Stations are arranged by numbers first and then alphabetically by letters. ENSEMBLE Digital radio is broadcast as groups of data called ensemble. Each ensemble contains a number of stations, transmitted at a set frequency. When Ensemble is selected as the mode of station order, the radio stations are arranged in the order of their ensemble names. NOTE Ensemble is also interchangeably termed as multiplex by other broadcast providers.
There maybe situations wherein certain stations become inactive. The Prune List option enables the deletion of these inactive stations in the service list. 1 While listening to a DAB broadcast, press front panels [TUNER MODE] / ] to select Prune List. button and then [TUNE 2 Press [ENTER]. Any inactive stations are automatically deleted.
ACTIVE Active stations are listed at the top of the channel list. Those channels that are in list but have no service in the area will be displayed last in the channel list.
NOTE The number of ensembles and stations that could be scanned will vary depending on your location.
2 To select other channels, toggle [TUNE / ] to step through the channel list. Release [TUNE / ] when you have arrived at your desired channel. Channel and frequency are shown in the upper line of the VFD. The bars at the lower line of the VFD indicate the signal strength level of the current channel. To improve the reception of the selected channel, adjust or reposition the DAB antenna until the best reception is indicated. 3 Press [ENTER] to tune the selected channel.
3 To select Reset? No or Reset? Yes, press [ENTER] while at the desired option. Selecting Reset? Yes will cause the DB1 to be reset to its factory default settings.
The Reset option allows the connected (and separately sold) NAD DAB Adaptor DB1 to be reset to its factory default settings. 1 While listening to a DAB broadcast, press front panels [TUNER MODE] button and then [TUNE / ] to select Reset. 2 Press [ENTER]. Reset? No will be shown in the lower line of the VFD. Press [TUNE / ] to switch to Reset? Yes option.
While listening to a DAB broadcast, the type of information displayed in the lower line of the VFD can be varied. Toggle front panels [INFO] button to step through the following display options: Station Name DLS Channel and Frequency Ensemble Name Program Type Time and Date Audio Signal information Error Rate Station Name The name or identification of the DAB broadcast station is shown. This is the default display.
DLS Dynamic Label Segment (DLS) is the scrolling text supplied by the broadcasting station. It may contain information on music titles or details regarding the program or station. Channel and frequency The channel and frequency of the currently tuned DAB broadcast are displayed. Ensemble name The name of the ensemble that is broadcasting the program is displayed. Program type This is a description of the type of broadcast supplied by the station, such as Pop, Rock, Drama and the likes. Time and date The current time and date as supplied by the DAB station are displayed. Audio Signal Information Displays the bit rate and audio type (stereo, mono or joint stereo) as transmitted by the DAB broadcast provider. These are set by the broadcaster to suit the type and quality of material being transmitted. Error rate This displays the digital error rate (0 to 99) of the currently tuned channel - the lower the figure, the better the quality of the received broadcast.
Button Illumination Timeout
The HTR3s key-illumination can be set to remain lit for 0-9 seconds. The default value is 2 seconds. To set the illumination timeout, simultaneously press-and-hold for 3 seconds both the HTR3s [DISP] and the [0-9] key, with the digit corresponding to the desired timeout duration; the Learn LED will flash twice to confirm the new setting. When set to zero, the illumination will not turn on at all. Note Key illumination is the biggest drain on the HTR3s batteries. A short key-illumination timeout will extend battery life appreciably; turning it off altogether (set it to 0 seconds) will lengthen it still further.
The HTR3 can be reset to its factory state, deleting all learned commands, copied and punchedthrough keys, macros, and other setup information, reverting all keys to their pre-programmed library commands. To perform a factory reset simultaneously press-and-hold for 10 seconds the HTR3s [ON] and [RTN] keys; the Learn LED will start to flash green. Release [ON] and [RTN] before the second flash is complete; the Learn LED will turn red, indicating the remote has been reset. Note You must release [ON] and [RTN] before the second flash goes out, otherwise the unit will not reset; should this occur, repeat the full procedure.
The HTR3 can store learned, copied, and default library commands on any single key (The default library commands are the pre-programmed NAD codes, such as the native T765 commands on the [AMP] page.). You can delete commands by layers back down to the default library command on any key, removing learned commands, punched-through functions, and copied keys. Note The default library commands cannot be deleted, so you need not worry that using Delete Mode might cause irreparable changes. To enter Delete Mode, simultaneously press-and-hold for 3 seconds both the desired keys Device Selector key and the [RTN] key, until the Learn LED turns green. Press the function key whose command you wish to delete; the Learn LED flashes; the number of times indicates which type of function has become active - see the table below. Press the active Device Selector key again to exit Delete Mode. Note You may delete multiple function-key commands on the same Device Selector page, but to delete from more than one Device Selector page you must exit Delete Mode and then re-enter it on the required page.
Command Type Default Library Command Copied Library Command Learned Command
The HTR3 can store a different library of default NAD codes for each of its Device Selector pages. If the original default library does not control your NAD CD player, tape deck, DVD player, or other component, follow the procedure below to change the code-library. Begin by ensuring that the component you wish the HTR3 to control is plugged in and powered-up (on, not merely in standby). To enter the HTR3s Library Mode, simultaneously press-and-hold for 3 seconds both the desired Device Selector key and the [AVPS] key, until the Learn LED turns green. While keeping the HTR3 pointed toward the component, enter the first appropriate three-digit codelibrary number from the table below. Press [OFF]. If the component turns off, press [ENTER] to accept that code-library number and exit the Library Mode. If the component does not turn off, enter the next three-digit code-library number from the table. When you enter the correct number the component will turn off; press [ENTER] to accept that code library number and exit the Library Mode. LIBRARY CODE 205 NAD PRODUCT DESCRIPTION Receiver/Processor (Discrete ON/OFF) Receiver/Processor (Toggle ON/OFF) S170 L75 Second Zone Commands (Zone 2) Zone 3 Zone 4 L70 LL53 L73 Stereo Receiver / Amplifier Stereo Second Zone Txx5 Series CD Player CD Player (old) 5170, 5240, 5060 M5 LIBRARY CODE 606 NAD PRODUCT DESCRIPTION Tuner L75, L76 Tuner L70 Tuner L53 Tuner L73 Tuner C445 Txx5 Series Tuner Tape Deck B TAPE Deck A TV 280 MR13 MR20 PMR45 T535, T562, T585, M55 T550, L55 T512, T531, T532, T571, T572 L70, L73 DVD L56 T513, T514, T515, T517, T524, T533, T534 L53 DVD C425
No Dolby Digital/DTS.
Sources digital output is not connected to a T765 digital input. Source component not configured for multichannel digital output.
Check connections. Check source component setup. Check batteries.
T765 does not respond to HTR3 remote.
Batteries are flat or incorrectly inserted. IR transmitter window on remote or IR A/V Receiver window on T765 is obstructed. T765 front panel is in very bright sunlight or ambient light.
Reduce sunlight/room lighting. Power-down the T765 via the rear panel Power switch and unplug it from the AC outlet. Wait five minutes, re-connect and power up. Switch 12V TRIGGER IN/OUT to OFF position.
T765 does not respond to front panel commands or remote control.
T765 may have over heated. 12V TRIGGER IN/OUT is set to AUTO position.
Factory defaults for 120V version only : Press simultaneously Source + Front Input/MP Factory defaults for 230V version only : Press simultaneously Source + Front Input/MP Audyssey Setup settings along with other stored presets and settings will all be deleted upon restoring your T765 to its factory defaults.
Check IR windows and ensure clear line-of-sight from remote to T765.
Power output Stereo Mode IHF dynamic power; 8 ohms IHF dynamic power; 4 ohms IHF dynamic power; 2 ohms Power output Surround Mode Total harmonic distortion at rated power IM distortion at rated power Damping factor, 8 ohms Input sensitivity and impedance Frequency response Signal/noise ratio Signal/noise ratio 120W (8 ohms within rated distortion) 160W 260W 360 W 7 x 80W (19dBW) <0.05% <0.05% >60 1.1V/50K 0.8dB (ref. 1kHz, 20Hz 20kHz) >92dB (ref. rated power at 8 ohms, A-WTD) >82dB (ref. 1W at 8 ohms, A-WTD)
Input sensitivity and impedance Frequency response Signal/noise ratio 350mV/50K 0.5 dB (20Hz 20kHz) >88dB (ref. 2V, A-WTD)
AM Section Frequency range Usable sensitivity S/N ratio Total Harmonic Distortion Loop sensitivity 20dB S/N FM Section Usable sensitivity, MONO IHF (3% THD) S/N Ratio MONO S/N Ratio STEREO Total Harmonic Distortion, MONO Total Harmonic Distortion, STEREO Channel Separation RDS decode sensitivity 530kHz -1710kHz (120V version, 10kHz steps) 531kHz -1602kHz (230V version, 9kHz steps) 30dBu 38dB <3% 66dBu < 16.1dBf 18dBu 60dB 55dB 0.25% 0.5% 40dB 28dBu
Unit Dimensions (W x H x D) Net Weight Shipping Weight 435 x 170 x 431mm (Gross)* 19.8kg 24.7kg
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NAD T765 A/V Surround Sound Receiver - T765
The NAD T765 is heir to many generations of award winning NAD designs. This exceptional pedigree is evident in both the look and the feel of the T765, and it is unmistakable the moment you listen. It is NADs insistence on creating products with remarkable sound quality at sensible prices that has made NAD the first choice among the most knowledgeable listeners from around the world. NADs Music First philosophy dictates that we endow our Surround Sound products with the same warm involving sound quality that makes music listening so rewarding with our stereo components. This stands in stark contrast to our competitors who view Surround Sound components primarily from a content point of view, with sound quality far down the list of priorities. Yet the T765 is second to none in terms of flexibility and up-to-the-minute digital technology. Features: s Product Description - EIZO FlexScan T 765 - display - CRT - 19" s Device Type - Display / CRT s Colour - Grey s Built-in Devices - USB Hub s Dimensions (WxDxH) - 45.2 cm x 47.8 cm x 45.5 cm s Weight - 27.5 kg s Diagonal Size - 19" s Viewable Size - 17.8" s Dot Pitch / Pixel Pitch - 0.25 mm s Max Resolution - 1600 x 1200 / 92 Hz s Image Aspect Ratio - 4:3 s Interface - VGA (HD-15) s Compliant Standards - Plug and Play, FCC Class B certified, CE, CSA, TUV, TUV GS, C-Tick, VCCI Class B ITE, DDC-2B, EPA Energy Star, ICES-003, TCO '99, UL 1950, VESA DPMS s Power - AC 110/220 V 10% ( 50/60 Hz ) s Power Consumption Operational - 140 Watt
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