Bryston Introduces BCD-3 CD Player

2016-07-18T13:50:16+00:00July 18th, 2016|Home|1,271 Comments

Bryston BCD-3 CD Player

After discontinuing CD player production several years ago, Bryston has decided to bring a brand new disc player to the market, called the Bryston BCD-3.  Production of this model will begin in about six weeks.

Highlights of the BCD-3 include:

• Redbook CD and CDR playback
• Two AKM 4490 384/32Bit DAC’s
• 8 times over-sampling
• Fully Discrete Bryston Class A analog output stage
• Independent Analog and Digital power supplies
• Balanced XLR/Unbalanced RCA Stereo outputs.
• Transformer coupled SPDIF/AES Digital outputs.
• Ethernet software upgrades
• Network connectivity
• Remote 12 Volt Trigger
• Full function IR remote control
• Cosmetically matches Cubed Series Amplifiers

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