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Until now, analogue radio signals such as FM or AM have been subject to
numerous kinds of interference on their way from the transmitter to your
radio. These problems were caused by mountains, high-rise buildings
and weather conditions. With Digital Audio Broadcast (DAB), you can now
receive CD-like quality radio programs without any annoying interference
and signal distortion.
DAB broadcasts use digital signals rather than
traditional analogue transmissions, thus providing clear high quality
reception. You get far more robust reception and virtually hiss or crackle
free sound with DAB as long as you are within a good coverage area.
With DAB, the listener can scroll through a list of available stations - then
instantly tune to the station of his choice.
There is no need to remember
All broadcasts are selected by simply selecting the
The T 758 makes it possible for you to enjoy listening to DAB broadcasts.
The T 758 has a Digital Audio Broadcast (DAB) module socket on the rear
panel for adding a separately sold and NAD-speciﬁed outboard DAB
module - the NAD DAB Adaptor DB 1 or the DAB+ NAD DAB Adaptor
DB 2. All the control software for this format is included; just plug-in the
module and start enjoying the CD-like quality sound and expansive content
selection available with DAB.
The T 758 is compatible only with the NAD DAB Adaptor module models
DB 1 or DB 2.
When using the AVR 4 remote control to carry out DAB commands,
ensure that the DEVICE SELECTOR is set to “TUN”.
In the DAB discussions below, all control buttons mentioned are with
reference to the AVR 4 remote control.
CONNECTING THE DAB MODULE
Plug-in the other end of the DIN connector (supplied with your NAD DAB
Adaptor DB) from the DAB module’s output port into the corresponding
DAB module input socket on the rear panel of the T 758.
Select DAB mode
on the T 758 by toggling AVR 4’s [AM/FM/DB] button.
The NAD DAB Adaptor (DB 1 or DB 2) is not supplied with your T 758.
Refer to the installation diagram printed on the carton box of the NAD
DAB Adaptor for guidance on how to connect the NAD DAB Adaptor to
the T 758.
If there is no NAD DAB Adaptor connected, the VFD will show “Check
With the separately sold NAD DAB Adaptor already connected to the T 758,
you can now carry out the T 758 to receive DAB broadcasts.
Toggle [AM/FM/DB] button until DAB mode.
The VFD will show “No
Service List” indicating that there are no scanned DAB broadcast
services yet. This is the default mode of the NAD DAB Adaptor.
No Service List
To tune to DAB broadcast services, press [TUNER MODE] and then
] to select either “Full Scan” or “Local Scan”.
FULL SCAN will enable the scanning of the full range of digital
frequencies (Band III and L-Band).
LOCAL SCAN performs local scanning of available DAB services in your
area. Check with your dealer or visit www.WorldDAB.org to check the
applicable digital transmission frequencies in your area.
Upon selecting either “Full Scan” or “Local Scan”, automatic scanning
will be performed. This sequence cannot be interrupted.
sequence, the following message will be visible in the VFD.
The bars show the progress of the sequence. When scanning is
completed, the last number shown on the right side of the VFD
corresponds to the total number of DAB broadcast stations found. Then,
the ﬁrst station is tuned in (See “ALPHANUMERIC” section below to
understand the order or arrangement of stations).
LISTENING TO DAB RADIO
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