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Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Bryston Unveils Eight Speakers in New Louspeaker Line

Things of late have been going rather well up in the Great White North; the economy is stronger than most around the globe, the NHL season finally started, and Rush was selected for the Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame. Canadian audio manufacturers such as Paradigm, PSB, SimAudio, and Bryston, have been chugging along with strong sales, new products, and better penetration into markets outside of North America. Bryston, in particular, stands out because of its outstanding 20-year warranty on their products.


Bryston Ltd. has been designing and manufacturing state of the art specialty electronics to both the consumer and professional audio marketplaces for over 35 years. Their power amplifiers are not only sonically excellent, but built to withstand the end of the world. The build quality on their products is second to none and while not inexpensive, they offer great value considering the engineering, sonics, and longevity.

So when Bryston announced that they were going to launch a loudspeaker line-up to complement their outstanding electronics, we were most interested. Most people expected Bryston to get into the market gradually with only a few products, but things didn't pan out that way because the Peterborough-based manufacturer (Go Petes!) announced eight models today.

Bryston has announced the introduction of a complete line of high performance loudspeakers engineered for both music and home theater applications. The line will consist of eight models including the floorstanding Model T, Middle T and mini t along with a powered subwoofer called the T sub, two center channel offerings, an in-wall and an on-wall loudspeaker. Bryston's James Tanner has led the design initiative for the loudspeaker project, developing proprietary drivers, crossovers and enclosures while spearheading a rigorous testing regimen.


 The Bryston loudspeakers were born from the challenge to construct a reference quality loudspeaker that could reproduce real world dynamics while minimizing distortion and compression. The engineering team at Bryston has devoted countless hours to innovative driver design, enclosure vibration analysis, crossover refinement, anechoic chamber measurements, and blind listening tests.

The first model to reach completion, the Bryston Model T, was subjected to over 200 separate anechoic measurements during the design phase to ensure the highest level of accuracy and refinement. Bryston loudspeakers have also been engineered to reproduce the most difficult dynamic transients-to play very loud passages of music or movie soundtrack information without the distortion common to competitive products. "I think we met with a degree of skepticism when we first announced the loudspeaker project-and rightfully so. There are a lot of speaker companies already in the marketplace," reported Bryston's James Tanner. "But we set out to create an affordable reference quality loudspeaker and went to great lengths to achieve an end result that separates us from the competition-we are confident that these products will be quite well received," Tanner concluded.

The entire line-up includes the following models:


Model T (MSRP $6495 pair) shipping nowModel T Signature (MSRP $7495 pair) shipping nowModel T Active (MSRP $9495 pair-requires 6 channels of amplification not included) shipping nowMiddle T (MSRP $4600 pair) shipping May, 2013Mini t (MSRP $2695 pair) shipping nowTC1 Center (MSRP $3200 each) shipping nowTC1 mini Center (MSRP $2200 each) shipping May, 2013T Sub (MSRP $4195 each) shipping nowT IW (in-wall) (MSRP $560 each) shipping Q3, 2013T OW (on-wall) (MSRP $560 each) shipping Q3, 2013The 52.5-inch tall three-way floorstanding Model T is available in three formats-the standard speaker with an internal passive crossover network, the Signature model with an external passive network that utilizes custom-made components including air-core chokes and Bryston-proprietary film capacitors, and a flagship Active version that comes with a Bryston 24-bit digital electronic crossover (instead of a passive network) enabling tri-amplification of the system. All three versions of the Model T utilize three 8-inch woofers, two 5.25-inch midranges and two 1-inch titanium dome tweeters. What's really impressive about this is that Bryston is going after the audiophile two-channel purist, home theater customer, and custom integrator market with a really complete line-up of loudspeakers. How they will sound is anyone's guess but we doubt Bryston waited 35 years to relase loudspeakers that don't live up to their siblings' reputation for quality and value.

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