Digital to Analog Converter
"the Bryston BDA-3 offers measured performance that is as good as digital can get."—John Atkinson | Stereophile 2016
Digital Music Player
A fast, bit-perfect, high resolution jukebox for the digital audiophile
This could be the last CD Player you'll ever need.
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World Class Engineering
Bryston digital audio components give you the chance to hear a bit-perfect replica of what the musicians intended. Our approach starts with clean power. All Bryston digital equipment gets independent power supplies for digital and analog sections. We convert digital data to the analog domain with absolute accuracy using custom implementations of the finest converters available. Then we pass them to Bryston discrete operational amplifiers to drive downstream components. Though none of them are cheap, you'll find that every Bryston digital component sets a new reference for what to expect at any price.
Bryston digital players play music from nearly any source in nearly any format. They expertly convert your files (or those from streaming services) to a bitstream that the DAC can understand. Whether you choose DSD, PCM, or streaming, count on the BDP to be your source component of choice.
Don't forget that a major component of DACs and CD players is the quality of their analog sections. Bryston BDA and BCD components feature proprietary discrete analog outputs that are ultra low distortion and super quiet. Our analog circuitry is best in class and can resolve all the fine detail your digital recordings have to offer.
Control Bryston digital components your way. Each component features a customized web-based user interface making it possible to control your equipment from any device with a web browser. Simply plug the device into your home network (or use WiFi with BDP). Even the BCD-3 can be controlled over the network!
Bryston may be known mostly for their amps, but now having heard more of their components it is starting to look like everything they issue is simply excellent value, great-sounding, and built to last. The BDP-3 is no exception.
Many companies talk a good game, but few companies can back up the talk like the Canadian manufacturer Bryston.
The [BDA-3] DAC is not simply good, it is staggeringly good...
We are proud to have received six product awards over the past few years from the well respected Dutch website HFA. The brain child of Christiaan Punter, HFA is an Amsterdam based website focused on publishing in-depth reviews of high end audio equipment. Special thanks to Hein van der Klaauw of Mafico Pro for bringing …
Jörg Dames of German Magazine FairAudio, recently published a fairly lengthy review of the Mini A, our smallest offering in bookshelf loudspeakers. A few of my favorite quotes include: An excellent midrange reproduction that would look good even on loudspeakers with significantly wider price tags: brightly colored, organic, transparent, warm – in a word: sensual! …
Kevin Fiske of HiFi Critic, recently wrote an excellent review of the BP-17³ Preamp and 3B³ Stereo Amplifier. The sound produced by the 3B³ managed to convert him from pure Class A amps after 20 years of Class A listening preference. An impressive feat! You can find a few of my favorite quotes here: Blindsided. …
The BDA-3.14 is a DAC and streaming platform combined into one convenient package. Recently, the BDA-3.14 was reviewed by Steven Stone of The Absolute Sound. A couple of my favorite quotes include: The BDA-3.14 is a first-class component that could be the center of a high-performance digital audio system—maybe even yours. No other audio firm …
Marc Phillips of The Occasional Magazine, recently reviewed the B135 Integrated Amplifier. Marc had a lot great things to say: I have an audiophile buddy named Bob, and he’s really into heavy metal. I’m not talking about the cool stuff I like (Tool, System of a Down), but really heavy stuff like Napalm Death, Carcass …