Talk about your first world problems.
Yes, a minor issue and I have a slight fix for it anyway.
I forgot that long ago on my BDA-1, I removed the connections to the power LED.
The power LED is really not necessary since one of the input LED's will always be On if power is On.
I was used to just 3 green LED's when power is On and locked to a signal.
With the BDA-3 I found a simpler solution.
I removed the front panel circuit card and just put a small piece of black electrical tape over the hole in the front panel hole where the power LED is.
This is the inside of the Aluminum front panel !
The LED's do not go into the front panel hole like they did on the BDA-1.
They are surface mount LED's that each has its own little foam pocket to block light from any adjacent LED.
Was about a 10 minute job total and if I ever want to go back this is easily reversible.
Now with only 3 green LED's when locked, it is not so bright.
I will be posting more comments on the operational quirks and sound of the DAC over the next week.
Before that I do have one question.
Why does Bryston state that the inputs are galvanically isolated when this is not the case ?
On both my BDA-1 and the BDA-3 the coax inputs are transformer coupled but the ground return is NOT isolated !