Powerful & Immersive - Meet The NAD T 777 V3
Meet the NAD T 777 V3. In short, it’s a big AV Receiver, but let’s expand on that a little…
It will pass-through SD, HD, and 4K Ultra HD video with the latest 4:4:4 Pure Colour 4K Ultra HD spec. It’s also HDCP 2..2 compatible. You’ve got 6 HDMI 2.0 inputs, and 2 outputs, which should cover you to connect a whole host of kit.
Not only can you get immersed in the beauty of 4K video - your ears are also in for a treat with support for Dolby Atmos and MQA. Dolby Atmos moves the sound all around the room (in-ceiling speakers are recommended for the best experience), and gives you a truly extraordinary experience. The T 777 V3 can amplify a 5.1.2 speaker configuration, or you can add some external amplification to get a 7.1.4 set up.
MQA (Master Quality Authenticated) is available through the TIDAL Masters music streaming service, which you can access through the built-in BluOS streaming technology. BluOS is the operating system used by the range of Bluesound multi-room wireless network streamers and speakers, and it features in NAD AV Receivers and HiFi components. Having BluOS built in essentially makes this AV Receiver a very good wireless network music streamer - giving you access to millions of songs through music streaming services using the BluOS control app on your smart phone, tablet or computer. Because BluOS is a multi-room system, you can have other BluOS enabled products, such as the PULSE FLEX 2i or VAULT 2i, in your home that can all be controlled from the BluOS app.
The T 777 V3 knows the acoustics of your room, using DIRAC Live®, which is a highly sophisticated digital room correction tool. Read a bit more about what Dirac Live is by visiting NAD’s website here.
Finally, NAD’s Modular Design Construction (MDC) means you can upgrade the receiver by simply buying new boards, which slot into the back and, depending on the board, can give you new features or more audio connections.