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Old 10-21-2017, 11:32 AM
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MEMO: To All Bryston Customers
SUBJECT: Bryston Active Speaker Dealer Demo

October, 2017

Hi Folks,

This weekend we are demoing the new Bryston Middle T Active system at Audio Video Therapy in New Hampshire.

Gary Dayton from Bryston will be there with Active Middle Ts, the new BP-17³ preamplifier and more.

Please come by if you have a chance.
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Old 10-21-2017, 08:16 PM
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SUBJECT: Bryston Demo … TAVES 2017 … UHF Magazine

October 2017

Bryston's push for active speakers

The original Bryston Model T speaker (the biggest one) was a passive loudspeaker, like most speakers. That is to say, it had an internal crossover network made up of capacitors and other parts.

You can still get it that way. But at recent shows, including TAVES in Toronto last weekend, Bryston was showing an active version, one with an amplifier channel for each driver or driver group. With an electronic crossover replacing the passive one.

Now, Bryston is an amplifier manufacturer, and the cynics will say that this is a plot to sell more amps. In fact, active speakers do offer a real advantage. To make active speakers easier to implement, Bryston makes the 21B amplifier, shown here, with three channels. Two of them can drive a pair of active Model T's. And the six-channel 24B can do the job all by itself.


We have to say that the result was convincing, despite the rather poor rooms at the Toronto Congress Centre.

Particularly impressive was Jean Guillou's organ arrangement of Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition, a recording that is notorious for including a 32-foot (16 Hz) pipe.

Impressive!

Gerard Rejskind,
UHF Magazine.
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Old 10-23-2017, 02:04 PM
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Hi James,

I just heard a demo of the BAX1 digital crossover in the new active speaker system put on by Gary Dayton at Audio Video Therapy in New Hampshire.

It’s a brilliant product.

It’s about time someone stepped up against the endless fiddling and fussing with passive crossovers which I think has gone about as far as it can

Bob

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