December 20, 2006 by Rachel Cericola
NAD Electronics will show off two new power amplifiers, the T 975 7-channel amplifier (shown) and the T 955 5-channel amplifier during CES 2007 in Las Vegas.
The T 975 and the T 955 both employ monoblock construction and incorporate NAD’s proprietary PowerDrive circuitry.
The T 975 provides 140wpc of continuous power with all seven channels driven simultaneously. The T 955 delivers 100wpc of continuous power with all five channels driven simultaneously and is an alternative when seven speakers are either not desired or modest space limitations precludes this option.
NAD’s proprietary PowerDrive topology automatically senses a loudspeaker’s impedance characteristics and adjusts its power supply settings to best cope with that specific load. This ensures a distortion-free performance, even from 4-ohm designs.
- $1,499 (T 955), $2,499 (T 975)
- Now shipping
- Power supply uses NAD’s exclusive “Holmgren” transformer
- Includes custom designed heat sinks
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