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New NAD C 426 FM AM Tuner

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Better-Than-Broadcast Quality Boosts NAD’s Reputation For High Performance and High Value

CEDIA EXPO, ATLANTA, Aug. 23, 2010 — NAD Electronics, the highly regarded manufacturer of high-performance audio/video components, introduces the 
C 426 FM/AM Tuner, offering ultra-low standby power, a new sleek design, and a host of convenient features at CEDIA EXPO, Sept. 22-26, 2010.

The C 426 builds on the strengths of previous NAD tuners by offering reception quality that rivals that of today’s broadcasts. This tuner gets the maximum out of the airwaves by employing a MOS-FET RF Front End design, high quality components, and careful PCB layout. With these features, NAD is able to achieve excellent sensitivity with low intermodulation distortion to provide a musically satisfying performance. Even the AM section of the C 426 retains excellent clarity together with lowest possible background noise.

In line with global concern over climate change, NAD has completely redesigned the power supply for improved efficiency and extremely low power consumption during standby while still allowing all remote activation and control interfaces.

The C 426 FM/AM Tuner is easy and convenient to use with its 30 available presets in any combination of AM and FM stations, nameable presets (up to eight characters) for AM and non-RDS stations, RDS PS (Program Service) that automatically displays the name of the radio station, RDS RT (Radio Text) that displays additional information broadcast by the radio station (such as the artist and/or song), Auto Search for optimized tuning, and a “Blend” feature that narrows stereo separation and improves noise.

Key features of the C 426 FM/AM Tuner include:

• RDS PS (Station name) and RT (Radio text)
• 8-Character preset naming capability for AM and non-RDS stations
• 30 Station random presets (AM or FM)
• VFL display
• MOS-FET RF Front End
• RS-232 Interface
• IR Input
• NAD Full Function Remote Control
• <0.5W Standby power consumption

The C 426 FM/AM Tuner is available now for a suggested price of $299 (U.S. MSRP).

About NAD
Sold in over 80 countries, NAD Electronics is renowned worldwide for its range of innovative class-leading audio and video consumer electronics. Every NAD component is designed and manufactured with a philosophy for putting “Music First”, resulting in authentic, accurate, and detailed sound reproduction. When it comes to performance, NAD emphasizes quality over quantity, preferring to focus on the inside where it counts— and where consumers can hear the results. NAD believes that the real point of home audio equipment is the enjoyment of lifelike, involving sound from music and movies — and that the qualities central to creating this are performance, simplicity, and value.

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