Everything You Need to Know About Bryston
Bryston Magazine is your all-inclusive information guide with instructionals, comparisons, connections, and everything you need to know about Bryston speakers and amps.
Music for a Generation
Bryston specializes in high-resolution home audio DACs and media players. They've been designing and manufacturing state-of-the-art electronics for consumer and professional markets for over 35 years.
Bryston’s digital music players let you hear a perfect replica of high-resolution studio masters with incredible detail and breathtaking realism. Unlike other digital music players, their sole purpose is to play your music with the greatest possible fidelity without the burdens of deep computer knowledge.
Bryston digital-to-analog converters start with the most technologically advanced AKM ICs. They are carefully engineered to minimize ground noise and distortion to provide the best-possible fidelity.
With an onsite anechoic chamber, a lab stocked with state-of-the-art equipment, and a team of expert engineers, Bryston loudspeakers are innovation based on scientific data. Their optimized power response achieves superb in-room neutrality and accuracy, and a lack of dynamic compression breathes a sense of realism and life into recorded sounds.
Every element of a Bryston speaker is designed to satisfy a sonic goal. Careful development and rigorous engineering has resulted in world-class products, performance, and the confidence to provide a 20-Year Warranty on their speakers.
Bryston amplifiers enjoy universal acclaim from both audio professionals and music enthusiasts unlike any other brand in the world. As a result of relentless passion for superb performance and unparalleled build quality, Bryston engineers have continued to innovate since their groundbreaking premier in 1976.
Bryston's tradition of excellence is highlighted by lower distortion, increased bandwidth and reduced noise, presenting listeners with a crystal clear window into their most cherished recordings.
Active loudspeakers differ from passive loudspeakers in that an electronic crossover is placed directly between the preamp and the power amplifiers instead of being built directly into the speaker. This crossover component determines which drivers (Tweeter, Midrange, and Woofer) get which audio frequencies. In an active loudspeaker, each driver is powered by an independent amplifier channel, as opposed to a passive crossover where only one amplifier channel powers all of the drivers in the speaker.