Bryston adverts

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colhogan

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Bryston adverts
« on: 2 Sep 2022, 09:08 pm »
James:
I have been a Bryston customer for about 30 years.
In that time, I can only remember seeing Bryston advertising going back to about 1990.
I just thought it might be cool to see some of the early Bryston ads before that time period.
I know that it is an unusual request. As far as I'm aware, this topic has never been brought up.
I'm sure you guys must have some print ads lying around the archives in the factory somewhere.
Just curious. 🤔
Regards,
Patrick

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Re: Bryston adverts
« Reply #1 on: 2 Sep 2022, 11:17 pm »
James:
I have been a Bryston customer for about 30 years.
In that time, I can only remember seeing Bryston advertising going back to about 1990.
I just thought it might be cool to see some of the early Bryston ads before that time period.
I know that it is an unusual request. As far as I'm aware, this topic has never been brought up.
I'm sure you guys must have some print ads lying around the archives in the factory somewhere.
Just curious. 🤔
Regards,
Patrick

Gee I am not sure as the Ads tend to be at the magazines rather than at Bryston - I will see if I can find any.

james

colhogan

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Re: Bryston adverts
« Reply #2 on: 3 Sep 2022, 01:24 am »
Thanks. I look forward with interest.

inglisd

Re: Bryston adverts
« Reply #3 on: 11 Sep 2022, 04:14 pm »
I have this promo booklet from way back ... 6 pages double sided and advertises
Power amps: 2B-LP PRO, 3B PRO, 4B PRO, 6B PRO
70 Series: 270, 370, 470
Crossover: 10B
Preamps: BP-1 (BP-5)
and a "special products division"

here is the cover .... if there is interest and permission from James I can scan to pdf and post





colhogan

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Re: Bryston adverts
« Reply #4 on: 11 Sep 2022, 05:08 pm »
Excellent!
I've never seen that one before...

James Tanner

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Re: Bryston adverts
« Reply #5 on: 11 Sep 2022, 06:12 pm »
I have this promo booklet from way back ... 6 pages double sided and advertises
Power amps: 2B-LP PRO, 3B PRO, 4B PRO, 6B PRO
70 Series: 270, 370, 470
Crossover: 10B
Preamps: BP-1 (BP-5)
and a "special products division"

here is the cover .... if there is interest and permission from James I can scan to pdf and post




Yes please post

james

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Re: Bryston adverts
« Reply #6 on: 11 Sep 2022, 10:24 pm »
This should prove to be an interesting topic  :thumb:

Be well...

inglisd

Re: Bryston adverts
« Reply #7 on: 14 Sep 2022, 06:51 pm »
sorry for the delay: didn't get down to the public library until today ...
Maybe James knows some of the "models"  :wink:

brochure 1:

















inglisd

Re: Bryston adverts
« Reply #8 on: 14 Sep 2022, 06:52 pm »
brochure 2:








inglisd

Re: Bryston adverts
« Reply #9 on: 14 Sep 2022, 11:21 pm »
and for those who do not want to wade through my gallery where the png files are,
here is a link to the pdf generated by the scanner

https://tinyurl.com/24rpuc4p

Twiga

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Re: Bryston adverts
« Reply #10 on: 15 Sep 2022, 01:38 am »
Thanks for that.  It brings back fond memories of my introduction to the Bryston family with the 5B preamp. I wish there were more copies of old audio equipment catalogues (not just Bryston!). The walk down memory lane is great. :D

GrooveControl

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Re: Bryston adverts
« Reply #11 on: 15 Sep 2022, 02:27 am »
I wish there were more copies of old audio equipment catalogues (not just Bryston!). The walk down memory lane is great. :D

I use to drool over RadioShack catalogs, and even worked there as a teenager. Coming across this site was quite the trip for me. 

https://www.radioshackcatalogs.com

veloceleste

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Re: Bryston adverts
« Reply #12 on: 15 Sep 2022, 09:21 am »
I use to drool over RadioShack catalogs, and even worked there as a teenager. Coming across this site was quite the trip for me. 

https://www.radioshackcatalogs.com

Not catalogs, but definitely a drool-worthy trip down memory lane. Several older hifi magazines. Drool away!
https://worldradiohistory.com/#TECHNICAL