Bryston Model T di Dan 8 Giugno 2013
They are simply so natural sounding that I am frequently caught looking around the room/house to see who made the noise. I can’t just “tune-out” from a T.V. show or movie anymore because I can’t tell what’s part of the sound-track and what’s actually in the house. Very surreal at times.
Bryston Model T di Stedanko 8 Giugno 2013
Okay who has bought these? I have owned Revel Salon 1 and 2s, Aerial 20T, Egglestonworks Andra2, KEF 207/2, 2 of the Magnepan 20 series and many more and while a couple do some things better than my Model Ts.
OVERALL the Model T are the best speaker I have owned. The coherence and dynamics are unbelievable.
I find instead of fretting over every little thing we are listening to music MUCH more than we used to. What are your experiences?
Bryston Model T di El Hefe's Hi Fi Reviews 2 Giugno 2013
Can't Get Enough Of It!
The more I listen to it, the more I am falling in love with the Bryston Model T speakers.
A bunch of hi-fi enthusiasts were invited to this event today.
Words like excellent separation, balanced and superb sounding are just some of the praises coming out from the audience.
Songs after songs and people just wanted more.
Great atmosphere, great people, great music, great speakers...
Now need to find time to demo that ‘mini’ Model T...
Bryston Model T di Dan 31 Maggio 2013
I continue to be astounded by the performance of the Model T, even in my sub-par configuration.
Having passed the "get them working as quickly as possible" stage, I'm starting to make adjustments.
Thanks again for all of your efforts in helping me personally, and in developing the Model T in general! Much appreciated!
Bryston Model T (modelli passivi e attivi) di Mark Jones (Whitby Audio Video) 28 Maggio 2013
Thanks for the Passive vs Active demo of the Model T speaker last night.
Again like I said the demo proved how insanely good the passive Model T's are. They are the best speaker in the world for the money period!
The active version was more transparent. I felt I could walk between, reach out, and touch the musicians. The bass was deeper, tighter, and more controlled.
Both passive and active image like crazy. So not much diff there.
The positive attributes of the active system came with perhaps a small compromise, a less user-friendly tonal balance for nasty recordings. But hey, aren't audiophiles gonna buy these things, that's always been part of the package if you want the ultimate in performance.
Maybe by offering the user a bad recording (or customizable) switch on the front panel of the x-over would give the user the best of both worlds.