BDP-2 Digital Player

The Absolute Sound Editors Choice

The Bryston BDP-2 is a dedicated player for high resolution digital audio files. Employing a modified Linux OS optimized to provide the highest quality audio performance, the BDP-2 will play high resolution audio files (up to 192k/24b) from digital storage devices without compromise. The BDP-2 features an improved power supply, custom Intel Atom powered motherboard, additional input options, and eight times more system memory then the BDP-1.

Inputs: 6x USB 2.0, 1x eSATA, 2x Gigabit Ethernet (RJ-45)
Outputs: SPDIF (BNC), AES/EBU (XLR)*, USB**
Control: 2x RS-232 (DB9)
Audio Formats: AIFF, FLAC, WAV, MP3, M4A, OGG

Features:
  • Dedicated high resolution digital audio player
  • Playback from USB flash drives, as well as USB and eSATA hard disk drives (HDD)
  • Custom Intel Atom Powered Motherboard
  • Eight times more system memory then the BDP-1.
  • Improved power supply delivering over 5 amps.
  • Multiple control options (iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Android OS, and PC)
  • User upgradable firmware
  • NAS Connectivity supported
  • UPnP/DNLA Server supported
  • Requires external DAC (see External DAC in Digital Audio)***
Features Continued:
  • RS-232 serial data port for remote control via Crestron, AMX or similar control systems
Options:
  • Available with silver or black faceplate
  • 17” or 19” faceplate available (non-rack mountable)
  • BR2 remote control available (see Accessories in Other Products)

* Via the integrated ice1724 Chipset

** Via built in software decoders. USB output requires S1.70 firmware or greater and a DAC that supports standard class 2 USB audio drivers.

*** External DAC required for full 192K/24b performance, but the BDP-1 is also compatible (up to 96K) with the optional DAC modules in BP26, BP6, BP16 and BP17 Preamps, or B60R, B100 and B135 Integrated Amplifiers.



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