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Old 11-26-2017, 01:46 PM
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James, any info on these new subs? Could not find a new post.
Hi

Yes we introduced 2 new Bryston powered Subwoofers

Both new Subs will be a ‘bi-pole’ design using two opposing drivers similar in design to the current Model A Sub.

One model will use two opposing 8-inch drivers and the second model will utilize two opposing 12-inch drivers, both with an internal 600 watt Bryston amplifier.

The advantage of this bi-pole design is the opposing drivers cancel any box resonance for a vibration free cabinet.

12” = 22 x 22 x 22 inches, 106 lbs

8” = 19 x 19 x 19 inches, 85 lbs
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Should be awesome. Do you have approx pricing yet?
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Old 11-26-2017, 03:29 PM
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Should be awesome. Do you have approx pricing yet?
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Double 8 is - $4,170

Double 12 is - $5,565

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Old 12-01-2017, 02:53 PM
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MEMO: To All Bryston Customers
SUBJECT: New Bryston Active Speaker ‘Distributor’

December, 2017

Hi Folks,

I am very pleased to announce a dedicated Bryston Active Speaker ‘DISTRIBUTOR’.

Welcome to: “AViTech in Austria and Germany”


• Bryston Middle T Active Speakers.

• Bryston BAX 3-way Active Digital Crossover.

• Six channels of Bryston Amplification.


Having a dedicated Active System available to allow their dealers and customers to hear how much better Active Speakers can sound is critical and I thank AViTech for their commitment to this concept.

In a market where customers are asking for more value added from their dealer the in home active Bryston speaker system setup is a perfect fit.


AViTech
Czerningasse 16 A-1010 Vienna, Austria
Email: office@avitech.at
www.avitech.at
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Old 12-07-2017, 07:01 PM
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James - not sure if you saw this?

https://parttimeaudiophile.com/2017/...ssover-anyway/

Nice effort to explain active and amazing images.
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Old 12-08-2017, 09:06 PM
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Hi Folks,

New link on the Bryston website showing the new Active speakers.

http://bryston.com/products/active/Active_System.html


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My local dealer is setting up a pair of Active Model T's, but only for a few weeks. Am away, so will miss the audition. Too bad, as I would like to hear them.
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Old 12-15-2017, 03:21 PM
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Hi James,

I've updated the BAX-1 product page to include more product images and I've also updated the product description for clarity. You can find the page here:

http://bash.codes/client/bryston/tes...ive/BAX-1.html

If you like what you see I shall make it live immediately.

Cheers,

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Old 01-10-2018, 10:18 AM
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MEMO: To All Bryston Customers
SUBJECT: Bryston Model T ACTIVE Speakers – Customer Feedback

January 2018

Hi James

I just had my left knee replaced this morning, and while in the hospital, I wanted to make sure I took the time to thank you so much for taking care of my equipment desires.

It took me a long time to put everything together but managed to finish last night. I did not have the time to do any tuning however, I was completely blown away by the results!

I have the SP3 as the pre-amp into the BAX-1 Active Digital Crossover. Driving the mids I’m using 7B3s, and for the woofers & tweeters I am using 7BSST2’s.

As you have said, going ACTIVE is a tremendous upgrade. The soundstage is so smooth, silky, detailed, and engaging.

When going into surround mode with a 4B driving the rears, and a 7B3 in the center, oh my goodness, fantastic! When I have all cubed amps and get it tuned up, well, I honestly can’t imagine how good it will be.

Thank you sir!

Is it live? No, it’s my Bryston’s!

Best,
Marc
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Old 01-15-2018, 08:58 AM
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Hi Folks,

I was asked today from a customer that has ordered a pair of Active Mini T’s a question I thought would be of interest to others – see below please.


Hi James

On the Audiocircle forum you posted a comment noting that you "finally finished the Active Mini-T's". Out of curiosity, what was the last stage needed to finish them and what are the shipping dates for the speakers and BAX-1 looking like?



Hi

We test the speakers in the anechoic chamber with the Bryston BAX-1 digital crossover and we do over 300 measurements all around the speaker (vertical as well as horizontal) to make sure the ‘Sound Power’ and the ‘Listening Window’ of the speaker is as accurate as possible.

Then we do blind listening tests to make sure what we are measuring translates to what we are hearing.

So it’s very time consuming but critical to get the best possible on and off axis smoothness for a specific speaker with the BAX1 crossover.

We finally arrived at what we think is the best overall response and listening accuracy we can achieve at the factory and my 'at home' listening test is the last assessment because I am very familiar with how the different Bryston speakers perform in my 3 rooms.

Attached is the Listening Window and the Sound Power response of the Active Mini T through the BAX-1 Crossover

james
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