Bryston Introduces the Model A Subwoofer

The Model A subwoofer employs a traditional cube form factor for discreet room placement

Peterborough, Ontario February 10, 2015 - Bryston has announced today the introduction of the Model A subwoofer, the first sub in the Bryston lineup not anchored by multiple 8-inch bass drivers. The Model A subwoofer utilizes two opposing long-throw 10-inch woofers anchored to a d©cor-friendly compact enclosure, making it easy to position out of sight.


The Model A subwoofer delivers Bryston's renowned performance and reliability, featuring a robust 400-Watt internal amplifier cleverly isolated within its own chamber and mated to a pair of 10-inch drivers in an opposing configuration. This driver array helps cancel cabinet resonance energy while delivering strong, balanced and detailed bass response. The Model A subwoofer is equally suited to the reproduction of movie soundtracks as well as recorded music of all formats and genres.

"Bryston had a very specific goal in mind with the conception of the Model A subwoofer," reported sales VP James Tanner. "Our Model T subwoofers are a taller column form factor, and our dealers felt that they needed a high-performance, smaller, discreet subwoofer solution to accommodate some room designs. The Model A subwoofer delivers superlative performance from a compact enclosure," Tanner added.

The Model A subwoofer's control panel offers access to crossover, phase, and level adjustments. This enables users to optimize the burly 400-Watts of output power, creating a perfect blend with the audio system as a whole and with room acoustics. A sturdy Âľ inch MDF cabinet with ample internal bracing features dual rear-facing ports that deliver extended low frequencies without unwanted chuff even under high-output conditions. The Model A subwoofer is available in Boston Cherry, Natural Cherry and Black Ash. Special order finishes are available as well for an upcharge. Rubberized aluminum leveling feet and a heavy gauge AC line cord are included.

The Bryston Model A Subwoofer has an MSRP of $2000 each and is available now from authorized Bryston dealers.

About Bryston: Bryston (www.bryston.com) first opened for business in 1962 as a manufacturer of medical equipment. The company was purchased in 1968 by John W. Russell, an ex-NASA engineer. Together with sons Chris, Brian and John D., they first started exploring the field of accurate, reliable audio amplification in the early 1970s. Since that time Bryston has become legendary for their hand-built quality, superb performance and dependability under load in the home, professional and commercial markets. Bryston amplifiers are used in some of the world's most renowned recording studios and owned by many discerning music professionals. Bryston applies precision manufacturing techniques and materials in the assembly of their electronic equipment that are more typically utilized by the military and aerospace industries. Bryston is based in Peterborough, Ontario Canada, northeast of Toronto, and is sold through over 150 dealers in North America and 60 countries worldwide.

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