Bryston Loudspeakers

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Re: Bryston Loudspeakers
« Reply #2900 on: 29 Feb 2024, 02:24 pm »
A quick update - with some minor position changes in the room, and a work-around for the prime listener seating position relative to the T-10s, I'm now better able to appreciate what the speakers are capable of. 

Imaging, dynamics, transparency and full range, including into the lower bass frequencies, are all there. In a way that is world-class. The T-10s are very revealing of details in the recording, the mix and so on. It's not that they are so analytical as to make mediocre recordings unpleasant, it's more that you can easily hear even subtle differences.

A guitar tech once said to me that some recording engineers would rather track a typical Gibson acoustic guitar compared to a typical Martin, only because the Martin produces more harmonics, requiring more care to place into a mix, mic selection etc. There are recordings where, through the T-10's, you can tell whether the guitar is a Gibson or a Martin. The Model T's in active mode exposed such details as well, but this is a bit like Imax vs. your local theater.

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« Reply #2903 on: 5 Mar 2024, 04:30 pm »
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Re: Bryston Loudspeakers
« Reply #2904 on: 5 Mar 2024, 04:56 pm »
Jim - The T-10's look really good. I have 3 pairs of speakers still at my place in the $15,000-$20,000 range from recent reviews at Secrets of Home Theater and High Fidelity. We need to review some more Bryston gear. :)

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« Reply #2905 on: 5 Mar 2024, 06:05 pm »
Hi Craig - agreed  :thumb:

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Re: Bryston Loudspeakers
« Reply #2906 on: 7 Mar 2024, 05:07 pm »
Hi Folks - I know I go on and on and on about the superiority of Active system so this ELITE 2024 status for the Bryston Middle T Active speakers makes me feel some level of vindication.



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Re: Bryston Loudspeakers
« Reply #2908 on: 13 Mar 2024, 08:54 pm »
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Re: Bryston Loudspeakers
« Reply #2909 on: 13 Mar 2024, 09:59 pm »
  With out being able to hear that system setup, I'm sure it Kicks Ass! :drool:

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« Reply #2910 on: 14 Mar 2024, 02:12 am »
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Re: Bryston Loudspeakers
« Reply #2912 on: 15 Mar 2024, 10:05 pm »
Hello James, Are Bryston speakers still available? Bay Bloor Radio weren't sure if they were being produced anymore and checked with their rep, but dead end. I'm looking for a tall pair of passive Bryston speakers and want them badly to pair with my 14B3!

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« Reply #2913 on: 16 Mar 2024, 01:15 am »
HI Shawn

Not discontinued - in fact we are very busy currently.
There may be some confusion because when we announced the new T10 Series of speakers some thought we were discontinuing the Classic Series which we are not.
Email me and I will send you the latest literature.
jamestanner@bryston.com



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« Reply #2914 on: 25 Mar 2024, 07:29 pm »
considering buying a used pair of Model T's but would like some advice on suitability
for the room I have:
- carpeted basement, ceiling tile, dims: WxDxH = 10'-8" x 22' x 7'-2"
- GIK panels at 1st and 2nd reflection points, front corner corner traps,
front wall diffusers
- room is used for 2 channel audio and video

current system:
- Bryston A3's, 4B3, BP173, BDA3, BDP2, BHA1, Torus TOT Max (source comps only)
Cambridge 851C, SVS SB-1000

I find the A3's great and intend to move these upstairs to our main living room
to pair with my other (older) Bryston system.

Are the Model T's (passive) suitable or "too much" for my use case ?
Dimensionally they are 15" taller than the A3's and slightly
larger width and depth: not as though they wont fit the space occupied by
the A3's.


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Re: Bryston Loudspeakers
« Reply #2916 on: 29 Mar 2024, 04:30 pm »
Hi James,

Are there any places in the GTA where I can listen to Bryston speakers? I know a few Bryston dealers but none of them have the speakers available for a demo.

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Re: Bryston Loudspeakers
« Reply #2917 on: 29 Mar 2024, 04:36 pm »
Those T10’s are beautiful.
Looked back a ways through this thread but can’t find a price point

Edit, should have dug further, I see the T10 is a whole series. The pic is of the line array.
It’s the Trim T10, or maybe the Mini T10, that would be most appropriate for my room.

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Re: Bryston Loudspeakers
« Reply #2919 on: 2 Apr 2024, 07:46 pm »
Hi James,

I have just acquired a used Model T signature series (including jumpers etc.) but the
standard set of spikes and non-marring floor feet (with 1/4-20 machine screws)
are missing.  Can these be purchased from Bryston or Axiom and if so, what is
the pricing and who may I contact ?

Dean