Bryston announcing new SST3 amps

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Re: Bryston announcing new SST3 amps
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« Reply #1061 on: 11 Mar 2020, 11:45 am »
Hi Folks,

Great review from Tone Magazine on our Bryston 28B power amplifier - the best 'tweeter' amp in the world !!!

https://www.tonepublications.com/review/brystons-28b-cubed-power-amplifiers/

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Re: Bryston announcing new SST3 amps
« Reply #1062 on: Yesterday at 12:37 am »
I'm now a happy owner of a new to me 3B3 which replaced a 2.5BSST2 driving a pair of Mini T's. The sound quality improvement I like best over the 2.5BSST2 is the relaxed nature of the presentation. I find myself listening at lower volume and still being drawn into the music. Smooth, clear and balanced, the 3B3 is most likely my end game amp.

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« Reply #1063 on: Yesterday at 10:12 am »
I'm now a happy owner of a new to me 3B3 which replaced a 2.5BSST2 driving a pair of Mini T's. The sound quality improvement I like best over the 2.5BSST2 is the relaxed nature of the presentation. I find myself listening at lower volume and still being drawn into the music. Smooth, clear and balanced, the 3B3 is most likely my end game amp.

Hi veloceleste

Yes I agree - its one of those things where you assume you have more than enough power with a smaller amp but when you put in the more powerful amp even at lower volumes there seems to be more control and micro detail available.

Enjoy!

james