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NAD T770 (T2 Monitor button)

My NAD continually defaults to the T2 Monitor while playing especially after start up,thus muting the sound,

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  • davebiomed Jul 02, 2008

    I have the same problem have tried shorting the tape - 2 inputs no change.

    has had this problem for most of it life it gets better after a warm up. To old to fix to good to through away ???? Dave Brisbane

  • rjelles Aug 10, 2008

    I see the same behaviour with my T770 - the T2 monitor switches on and off every few seconds at first, then gradually the cycles are longer as it warms. The NAD service centre appears to be aware of this, and said it is due to a heat sensitive switching component. I was hoping to find out if the T2 monitor function could just be disabled, but haven't had a response yet from NAD.

  • acimon Oct 06, 2008

    My T770 has the same problem... you guys mentioned that the NAD service center was already aware of the issue, but can't they fix it? I had that problem for a few years, it seems to get worse over time.

    I would really hate to have to throw away my receiver... but if I'm forced to, I sure won't get another NAD. It worked well for about 5 years, that's it...


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The best solution for this problem is to throw it away and never buy nad again. its junk.

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Hi, i have a nad c325 bee amp and i have a problem with hooking up speakers. I have just the tiniest amount of sound coming out so there's some signal there. I have tried different speakers so i know its...


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