:> I shared some manufacturing space with the Russell brothers (Bryston) :> for a while and got to know them well. Bryston builds one the finest :> transistor amps in the business and they're just a great bunch of :> people who are a role model for anybody who wants to build an :> electronic equipment business. Value for money and superb service. :> :> http://www.bryston.ca/4bsst_m.html :> :> From Abbey Road Studios to Lucasfilm and everyone in between... :> http://www.bryston.ca/user1.html
: Yep. I've alwayas liked the fact that they're one of the very very : few audiophile gear manufacturers who don't rely on unstable electronics, : secret parts, fairy dust, or outright magic to create their mystique. : Instead, they massively over-design, over-engineer, build precisely, and : then publish their schematics! Gotta love it.
But since all amps these days sound the same (when properly matched for output level), why would one want to spend $2650 for their entry-level amp? Why not get a $250 Onkyo, and spend the rest on a killer set of speakers?
-- Andy Barss