NAD Introduces VISO THREE Music System, CD Receiver Brimming with Advanced Features

Superb Big-Sounding Compact Music System Accepts Input from CDs, RDS Radio, iPods and USB Drives; Easy to Use and Ideal for Small Spaces

CES 2011, LAS VEGAS, Jan. 6, 2011 - NAD Electronics, the highly regarded manufacturer of high -performance audio/video components, introduces the compact VISO THREE Music System, proving a stack of complicated equipment is not necessary for great sound, at the 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show, beginning here today.


NAD's new VISO THREE is the biggest sounding small music system available, a space -saving CD Receiver that lets listeners enjoy music from CDs, an iPod, a USB drive, or the radio. An iPod dock and charger, included with the VISO THREE, enables users to enjoy their entire music libraries through matching VISO TWENTY speakers, a special VISO THREE option.

VISO THREE delivers the uncompromising performance associated with NAD's acclaimed full -size separate components in a graceful, compact design as elegant as it is advanced. The VISO THREE combines a CD Player and Stereo Receiver in a sophisticated package that also supports other popular audio formats. Users can also play music stored on a USB drive with VISO THREE's convenient USB Input.

The VISO THREE is easy to place, set up and use. Its compact dimensions and outstanding performance make it ideal for those who crave superb music but have minimal space. Its hassle -free assembly simply involves removing the VISO THREE from its box and plugging in the VISO TWENTY speakers. Its award -winning design is free of baffling features. Everything needed is available at the touch of a button, and world -renowned PSB Speakers designed the VISO TWENTY speakers especially for use with the VISO THREE.

The design of VISO Series components has been recognized worldwide with a number of awards, including the prestigious RedDot Award and a Good Design Award by the Chicago Athenaeum.

Key VISO THREE features include a CD player, support for MP3, CD -R and WMA audio formats, two 50 -watt channels, and a sensitive FM/AM tuner with 30 station presets that let listeners save favorite stations for fast, easy recall. RDS capability shows information about all broadcasts from RDS -compliant radio channels, including station IDs and song and artist information.

The VISO THREE includes functions for program track, repeat, A -B repeat, and shuffle play; a USB Input for playing music from a USB memory stick, and a rechargeable iPod Dock with a remote function and song display.

The VISO THREE Music System will be available in the First Quarter 2011 at a suggested price of $899 (U.S. MSRP). It can be seen with other outstanding NAD products at the Venetian Hotel, Suite 30 -129, during CES.

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