NAD Electronics announces new chassis drivers for Control4 and PYNG OS2

posted on Thursday, 13th September 2018 by Steve May

CEDIA EXPO  Control4  Crestron  home cinema  Hi-fi 

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NAD Electronics has announced new, updated chassis drivers across a wide range of its devices. Crestron’s PYNG OS2 gets a corresponding drivers for NAD’s AVR line. New chassis drivers supporting PYNG OS2 are available for NAD’s T 758 V3, T 777 V3 (pictured) and NAD Masters Series M17 V2.

There are also Control4 drivers for the company’s NAD Masters range of products, including the M12 DirectDigital pre-amplifier, M32 DirectDigital integrated amplifier, and M17 V2 Surround Sound pre-amp Processor. The universal AVR driver and the universal integrated amplifier driver for the Classic and Custom Install range are also receiving some fine tuning supposedly to improve control and ease of use.

Both updates are available for download from the brand’s website NADelectronics.com.

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology journalist, who also writes for T3, TechRadar, Home Cinema Choice and ERT (amongst others).

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