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Re: Bryston Loudspeakers
« Reply #2760 on: 2 Jan 2021, 12:36 pm »


MEMO: To All Bryston Customers
SUBJECT: Bryston Model T Speakers – Customer Feedback

January 2021

BRYSTON MODEL T SPEAKERS

Hi James

I’m a former Cruise Ship audio and lighting/video engineer. I also helped build Casino Rama entertainment. The live entertainment stuff.  Kingbridge Centre as well – so I know live sound. 

Love'n the Bryston system.

I purchased them in late February 2019. They've been breaking in ever since. I leave the TV on the Bryston system while I'm out so they've had a nice breaking in period. Listen. I've put just about any kind of music and genre's threw these giant killers.

They are giant sounding! Enormous sound stage. And so linier. Simply effortless reproduction of any source I've feed them. I'm very impressed.

I previously had the Bryston  A1's. A great, great speaker system in and of themselves. I expected a marginal difference. In my environment I've noticed a substantial vibrant 3D warm embracing sound.

I absolutely love the Bryston system. BP-6, 4Bsst2, Model T's.

I'm purchasing a 14B3 asap and this will make the drivers work a bit more. Lol....

Sincerely
KBV


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« Reply #2761 on: 1 Feb 2021, 07:25 pm »


MEMO: To All Bryston Customers
SUBJECT: Bryston UAE Surround System

February 2021

Hi Folks,

These are some pictures of a Bryston surround theater still in progress that our distributer in UAE sent me recently. This will be AMAZING!

Seven Seas
United Arab Emirates
   
When finished the system will consist of:

•   1 Bryston Model T Speaker   
•   2 Bryston Middle T Speakers
•   1 Bryston TC-1 Center   
•   2 Bryston A2 Speakers   
•   1 Bryston Mini T Sub   
•   1 Bryston T12 Sub   
•   2 Bryston 28B Cubed Amps
•   1 7B Bryston Cubed Amp   
•   1 21B Bryston Cubed Amp
•   1 4B Bryston Cubed Amp   
•   1 Bryston SP4 Surround Processor
•   1 Bryston BDA 3.14 Digital Player
•   1 BDP3 Digital Player
•   1 Bryston BIT Power Conditioner
•   1 Bryston BCD3 CD Player
•   1 pair Bryston XL Outriggers


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Re: Bryston Loudspeakers
« Reply #2762 on: 4 Apr 2021, 06:54 pm »
Hi,

Is Moon Audio the best place to buy Bryston speakers if you don’t have a dealer in your area?

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« Reply #2763 on: 4 Apr 2021, 07:07 pm »
Hi,

Is Moon Audio the best place to buy Bryston speakers if you don’t have a dealer in your area?

Hi King

Yes they have been very supportive of the speakers and have done very well with them.

James

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Re: Bryston Loudspeakers
« Reply #2764 on: 4 Apr 2021, 07:16 pm »
James,

Thank you! One other question, is the TC-1 Mini actually 16.5” deep? It looks more square in the photos and says it’s 10.5” tall.

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« Reply #2765 on: 4 Apr 2021, 07:35 pm »
James,

Thank you! One other question, is the TC-1 Mini actually 16.5” deep? It looks more square in the photos and says it’s 10.5” tall.

Here's a better picture for you.



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« Reply #2766 on: 4 Apr 2021, 07:55 pm »
James,

Ah that makes sense now. Is it possible for the speaker to be slightly tilted up (if placing lower than ideal) if leaned back or is it too front heavy?

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« Reply #2767 on: 4 Apr 2021, 08:00 pm »
James,

Ah that makes sense now. Is it possible for the speaker to be slightly tilted up (if placing lower than ideal) if leaned back or is it too front heavy?

You can tilt it up - one of the main design parameters of all our speakers is very wide dispersion both vertically and horizontally so there is a lot of flexibility in placement.  Think of it as a Flood light rather than a Spot light.

james

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Re: Bryston Loudspeakers
« Reply #2768 on: 5 Apr 2021, 12:01 am »
James,

How would the AC-1 Mini pair sonically with the Middle T towers?

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« Reply #2769 on: 5 Apr 2021, 12:11 am »
James,

How would the AC-1 Mini pair sonically with the Middle T towers?

Hi

Yes it is a perfect match as it has the exact same driver compliment.

james


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« Reply #2771 on: 10 Apr 2021, 11:25 am »




MEMO: To All Bryston Customers
SUBJECT: Bryston Surround System – Customer Feedback

April 2021

Hi James

I went to Mustansir's Bryston listening room with my colleague Andy Williams. We were pleasantly surprised and have to say, it is one of the best demo rooms I have ever been to. You can see a lot of effort has gone into the place.

The Bryston set-up blew us away.

Mustansir has definitely thought about catering for everyone's needs, from us audiophiles wanting the very best reproduction in sound, to individuals after that full surround sound, cinema experience.

My colleague knows Bryston quite well, but I had not actually heard a Bryston system before. I never realised how many products Bryston has in it's range.

I have to say, what I heard was better than I thought it would be. The sound was so detailed and true, across the full spectrum of the soundstage, layered and airy in a 3D manner.

I have already recommended a few people to go to the Bryston listening room in Dubai, so they can experience it for themselves.     

I congratulate you for having such a fantastic facility, showcasing Bryston in Dubai/UAE, well done.

Regards

Max 


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« Reply #2772 on: 19 Apr 2021, 03:37 pm »
HI Folks

I know I am tooting my own horn here but I recently setup a pair of the Bryston Mini A speakers in my smaller RM 3 listening room.

You know it's one of those circumstances when the room just suits the speaker! I can not believe how great these thing sound in this room.  :thumb:

Anyway if you are looking for a small 3 way mini monitor that can fill a room and disappear please check these out!

james






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Re: Bryston Loudspeakers
« Reply #2773 on: 19 Apr 2021, 04:31 pm »
Hi James

Which Stands are those with the Mini A’s?

What Source and Amps ?


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« Reply #2774 on: 19 Apr 2021, 04:35 pm »
James

Will the new partnership of Axiom and Bryston mean new Speaker models in the works?

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« Reply #2775 on: 19 Apr 2021, 04:39 pm »
Hi James

Which Stands are those with the Mini A’s?

What Source and Amps ?

Hi - They are Target stands.

I am using 7B's but I think the 3B or the 2.5B would be a great match in most setups.

james

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« Reply #2776 on: 19 Apr 2021, 04:40 pm »
James

Will the new partnership of Axiom and Bryston mean new Speaker models in the works?

HI

Nothing in the works currently but we are always researching for ways to improve performance.

james

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Re: Bryston Loudspeakers
« Reply #2777 on: Yesterday at 12:59 pm »
James,

How would the AC-1 Mini pair sonically with the Middle T towers?
Hi

Yes it is a perfect match as it has the exact same driver compliment.

james

How well would the AC1 Center timbre match with the Model T?

Is the AC1's frequency response 25Hz-20kHz ±3dB as per the posted specs?

https://bryston.com/passive/a-centers/

Thanks

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« Reply #2778 on: Yesterday at 01:10 pm »
How well would the AC1 Center timbre match with the Model T?

Is the AC1's frequency response 25Hz-20kHz ±3dB as per the posted specs?

https://bryston.com/passive/a-centers/

Thanks

No I would not recommend the AC-1 for a Center unless most of your listening is to Stereo.  The AC-1 uses 6 1/2 inch woofers whereas the Model T uses 8 inch woofers.  So the power handling on the TC-1 center is a much better fit.

james

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« Reply #2779 on: Yesterday at 02:56 pm »
No I would not recommend the AC-1 for a Center unless most of your listening is to Stereo.  The AC-1 uses 6 1/2 inch woofers whereas the Model T uses 8 inch woofers.  So the power handling on the TC-1 center is a much better fit.

james

I am 70% Stereo 30% Movies.  I am currently using an AC1 Micro but I would like to re-purpose it to another room with Mini A's. My Front Wides are Mini A's and Rear are On Walls.

I assumed the AC1 Center would be a better fit since it would compliment my surrounds.

Thoughts??

Thanks