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Bryston Launches BP-173 Preamp

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Bryston announces the BP-173 (Cubed Series)-- a preamplifier featuring an expanded input/output configuration and Bryston's super-linear low noise input buffer.

Bryston B173Co-developed by Bryston and the late engineer Dr. Ioan Alexandru Salomie, the input buffer significantly reduces noise and distortion, at least according to the company. The BP-173 also has improved RF and audio frequence noise filtering to prevent unwanted anomalies on the power line from interfering with the audio signal.

As for the expanded input/output options, the BP-173 offers x2 pairs of XLR outputs and x2 pairs of RCA outputs, allowing the connection of a wide variety of equipment in numerous system configurations. An RCA tape loop lets users connect a line-level processor or recording device, and one of the XLR output pairs has either variable (default) or fixed output, allowing the connection of a Bryston BHA-1 or other balanced input headphone amplifier.

Also included are x2 pairs of balanced inputs and x5 pair RCA inputs, and customers can order the BP-173 with a high-resolution internal DAC, a premium moving magnet phono stage, both DAC and phono modules or without either module installed. Users can select sources, adjust volume and more via either optional BR-2 remote or RS232 connection to virtually any control ecosystem.

The BP-173 is available from September 2017 in either black or silver and 17- or 19-inch wide faceplates.

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