Bryston is one of the most dependable brand names when it comes to high-end audio systems. For years the brand has been recognized by audiophiles throughout the world as equipment that delivers clear and consistent quality in music.

What are the specs for the BDP-1?

Digital music-file player running modified Linux operating system.
File Formats Accepted:
Word Depths Supported:
up to 24 bits.
Sample Rates Supported:
Digital Input Ports:
4 USB 2.0.
Digital Outputs:
S/PDIF (75 ohm BNC, female), AES/EBU (3-pin XLR, female).
Control Inputs:
RS-232 port via 9-pin subminiature connector; two 3.5mm 2-conductor phone jacks for implementing remote 12V power on/off trigger.
Output Impedance:
75 ohms BNC, 110 ohms AES/EBU.
master-clock standard deviation, <20 picoseconds, 10Hz–10MHz.
Power Consumption:
Supplied Accessories:
Bryston BR-2 handheld infrared remote control; Web client software for iPhone, iPad, or PC using wireless connection via router. 2GB USB flash drive containing eight 24-bit/96kHz FLAC music files from Chesky Records.
17" (435mm) or 19" (490mm) with rack ears W by 2.75" (70mm) H by 11" (280mm) D. Weight: 12 lbs (5.44kg) net, 15.2 lbs (6.9kg) shipping.
Black, Silver.

What else to know about the BDP-1?

External hard drive compatible music server / digital audio player. Commonly used with the BDA-1 DAC.

Brief History of Bryston

Founded in 1976 by the Lanois brothers (including Grammy award winner Daniel Lanois) and Bob Doidge, Grant Avenue Studio is a recording and mixing facility based in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada that also provides mastering and tape transfer services. The hallowed rooms within the stately converted early 1900's Edwardian home on Grant Avenue have seen numerous recording legends such as Gordon Lightfoot, Bruce Cockburn, Ian Thomas, U2, Johnny Cash, Los Lobos and countless others. Bob Doidge became sole owner of the studio in 1985 and touts Hamilton as a cultural gem just Southwest of Toronto on the shores of Lake Ontario.

Other Bryston Products We Often Buy

Typically, StereoBuyers purchases mostly used amplifiers, especially the vintage amps and high-end Bryston models.

StereoBuyers has purchased tens of thousands worth Bryston brand equipment since 2014, with individual buys ranging from $100 to well over $50,000. If you are moving, ready to upgrade, or have Bryston equipment you do not or will not be using, why not contact us today to find out if it is worth good money?

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The following images show actual Bryston equipment purchased by StereoBuyers.