FOR SALE: Bryston BDP-1
Item #649367277Info: Bryston BDP-1
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Price lowered to $700 (was 900).
BDP-1 silver 17". Mint. Retailed new for $2200.
I am orig owner.
Has been updated to Manic Moose S2.32.
Comes with Canare LV-61S BNC-RCA cable 34-in.
Price $700. Pickup only Edmonton. Cash and carry!
No shipping on this.
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"The astonishing new BDP-1 Digital Player is a technological tour de force."
"The Bryston BDP-1 doesn't merely 'sound better'; the Experience of hearing music through it is qualitatively different."
- The Absolute Sound 2012 High-End Audio Buyer's Guide, November 2011
"Though there is a display, there are no fans, no CD drives, no keyboards, no DAC circuitry, and no built-in routers to produce noise, RF interference, or heat.
It played every hi-rez file I could lay hands on, including 24-bit/192kHz FLAC, WAV, and AIFF files, consistently delivering open highs, rich mid- range timbres, a stunning dynamic range, and three-dimensional imaging. When you hear it, you, too, will find the BDP-1 a keeper."
- Larry Greenhill, Stereophile magazine, June 2011
"Listen to a 24-bit/192 kHz recording such as The Scottish Chamber Orchestra's rendition of Beethoven's Piano Concerto No.3 in C Minor, Op.37 and the sense of space is astonishing. Not just the space that defines the venue, but that between instruments, too. And despite all the insight, there's no loss of cohesion. There's also a spell-binding finesse here, a lightness of touch, that once heard is hard to do without."
- What Hi-Fi? magazine
"The BDP-1 has a very rich, very clean sound with ample bass and astonishingly low levels of distortion."
- Andy Schaub, Positive Feedback magazine, Issue 56, July/August 2011
box, player, RCA-BNC cable, manual.
No stock power cord -- use whatever you like:
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