Larry Klenman here, you might find my name familiar.
My question today is in regaurds to the differences between the 7B and 14B. Am I correct in thinking that the 14B is Bryston's top amp? At least in part due to its balanced output? Is balanced output anything like balanced input? Wherein pos. is referenced to a matching neg. [therefore eaqual and oppisite] rather than the usual neg = ground? Or is it something other? And if so what is the solution to the conflict over wanting balanced output, but also wanting separate speaker located mono amps? Lastly if bal. output is advantagous compared with non-balanced output, why is it not on more Bryston amps?
Thanks much, as usual. Loving my 8 Bryston amp plus BP25 system and happy to report my decades old desire to upgrade has been totally overcome, since the first of this year. [to my happy surprise]