Bryston BP17 Cubed preamplifier

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Re: Bryston BP17 Cubed preamplifier
« Reply #120 on: 13 Nov 2017, 01:18 am »
Hi James.

Would the led colour on the bp17 cube be switchable in the field from green to blue and back?  I understand the cube amps are, no sure about the preamps.  Thanks
I think they are but you would have to check with Mike - mpickett@bryston.com

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Re: Bryston BP17 Cubed preamplifier
« Reply #121 on: 16 Nov 2017, 06:24 pm »
Oh sure that would be fine - you can order it and just designate when you want it shipped.
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Ordered this morning! Black, 17". 

Already, impatiently awaiting its arrival.  :drool:

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Re: Bryston BP17 Cubed preamplifier
« Reply #122 on: 16 Nov 2017, 06:25 pm »
Ordered this morning! Black, 17". 

Already, impatiently awaiting its arrival.  :drool:

Hi Hal,

Await your assessment sir.  :thumb:

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Re: Bryston BP17 Cubed preamplifier
« Reply #123 on: 16 Nov 2017, 09:05 pm »
My local dealer just called to let me know that he placed the order. Delivery in 2-3 weeks.

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Re: Bryston BP17 Cubed preamplifier
« Reply #124 on: 4 Jan 2018, 04:36 pm »
HI

At least a year away and will be 2 rack spaces high with a single rack space external power supply.

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Hi James any news with the new preamp? And when you say 2 racks high do you mean bp17 or sp3 height? Thanks

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Re: Bryston BP17 Cubed preamplifier
« Reply #125 on: 4 Jan 2018, 04:41 pm »
And when you say 2 racks high do you mean bp17 or sp3 height?

A standard rack space unit is 1.75" H

1U  =  1.75" (44.45mm) H
2U  =  3.50" (88.9mm) H
3U  =  5.25" (133.35mm) H
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Re: Bryston BP17 Cubed preamplifier
« Reply #126 on: 4 Jan 2018, 04:52 pm »
A standard rack space unit is 1.75" H

1U  =  1.75" H
2U  =  3.50" H
3U  =  5.25" H
I didn’t know that, I am from Greece and thank you for your answer.

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Re: Bryston BP17 Cubed preamplifier
« Reply #127 on: 4 Jan 2018, 05:14 pm »
Hi James any news with the new preamp? And when you say 2 racks high do you mean bp17 or sp3 height? Thanks

Hi Jimmy

Yes we have been shipping the preamp for a few weeks now.

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Re: Bryston BP17 Cubed preamplifier
« Reply #128 on: 4 Jan 2018, 05:29 pm »
A standard rack space unit is 1.75" H

1U  =  1.75" (44.45mm) H
2U  =  3.50" (88.9mm) H
3U  =  5.25" (133.35mm) H

(Plus the height of attached feet if a unit is not rack mounted)

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Re: Bryston BP17 Cubed preamplifier
« Reply #129 on: 4 Jan 2018, 05:45 pm »
Hi Jimmy

Yes we have been shipping the preamp for a few weeks now.

james
Hi James do you mean the BP17 cubed? Sorry I meant a new preamp that you have mentioned a while ago.

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« Reply #130 on: 4 Jan 2018, 05:51 pm »
Hi James do you mean the BP17 cubed?

Yes sorry I should have said BP17 Cubed

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« Reply #131 on: 4 Jan 2018, 05:52 pm »
Yes sorry I should have said BP17 Cubed

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PS - by the way was told today the review should be out in Stereophile soon.

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Re: Bryston BP17 Cubed preamplifier
« Reply #132 on: 4 Jan 2018, 05:57 pm »
PS - by the way was told today the review should be out in Stereophile soon.

james
Sorry I meant the new preamp that you have mentioned a while ago.

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« Reply #133 on: 4 Jan 2018, 06:07 pm »
Sorry I meant the new preamp that you have mentioned a while ago.

OH - that's a long way off.  We are just so busy with other projects currently.

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Re: Bryston BP17 Cubed preamplifier
« Reply #134 on: 4 Jan 2018, 06:21 pm »
PS - by the way was told today the review should be out in Stereophile soon.

james

Hi James, will you be posting the stereophile review when it's available?

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« Reply #135 on: 4 Jan 2018, 06:24 pm »
Hi James, will you be posting the stereophile review when it's available?

Yes but as usual it may be a few months as I have only just seen the preliminary comments.

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Re: Bryston BP17 Cubed preamplifier
« Reply #136 on: 4 Jan 2018, 06:37 pm »
OH - that's a long way off.  We are just so busy with other projects currently.

james
So we won’t expect it this year?

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« Reply #137 on: 4 Jan 2018, 06:38 pm »
Yes but as usual it may be a few months as I have only just seen the preliminary comments.

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Do you get to make suggestions or edit the review before it goes to press?
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Re: Bryston BP17 Cubed preamplifier
« Reply #138 on: 4 Jan 2018, 06:41 pm »
So we won’t expect it this year?

Hi

I would say probably not this year.

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« Reply #139 on: 4 Jan 2018, 06:42 pm »
Do you get to make suggestions or edit the review before it goes to press?
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No ... all you can do is correct factual issues that relate to the description of the product and its engineering designs and feature sets.

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