Bryston loudspeakers are crafted proudly in Ontario where they are engineered to look as great as they sound.
The best audio recordings have tremendous dynamic range. The only way to truly recreate the full envelope of lifelike sound is to move a lot of air. Bryston loudspeakers feature incredibly low distortion at even very loud levels.
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What began as an experiment between Bryston's James Tanner and loudspeaker engineer friend Ian Colquhoun has now developed into an extraordinary collection of superbly accurate loudspeakers. Originally, the Model T was going to be a showcase loudspeaker that could demonstrate the clarity and dynamic range of Bryston's award winning electronics. Since then, we have derived a full line using the not insubstantial engineering effort that went into the flagship model.
Each Bryston loudspeaker is designed to have a flat frequency response across the listening window and no irregularities within the entire power response envelope. Each driver is developed and manufactured in house to ensure high resolution. This stands in contrast to many loudspeakers which are simply engineered to have flat on-axis frequency response. We know from decades of research that it's not the on-axis response we associate with tonal balance, but how the speaker behaves in your room.
The relationship of loud to soft sounds in the real world is used by our brains to help establish the authenticity of those sounds. If your speakers can't swing the difference, you're instantly clued into the fact that you're not listening to the real thing. You don't have to be a head banger to appreciate that Bryston loudspeakers can reproduce dynamic passages with ease and very low distortion. But, if you're a rocker, you'll love them too!
It's incredibly difficult to produce loudspeakers that are of such substantial quality yet price them so competitively. Many other companies try to do so offshore. Bryston has managed to engineer and produce such remarkable loudspeakers right at home in Canada makes them even more impressive.
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 …
Carlo Lo Raso of Secrets of Home Theater and High Fidelity, recently wrote a wonderful review of the Middle T Active Loudspeaker. Combining decades of research into acoustics, electronics, amplification, and state of the art components, the Middle T Active Loudspeaker recreates your recordings with stunning realism. Built to be exceptionally high quality and affordable, …