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NAD T752 Receiver. The unit cuts off after about 2 hours operation.

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  • dtaylor91 May 11, 2010

    Hi,
    What kind of cabinet in the NAD sitting in? In other words, open backed, totally enclosed, how much space around it, etc.

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It's sitting on a totally open cabinent with sufficient space around it.

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