Bryston BCD-1 CD Player Dies

2012-03-14T06:24:16+00:00March 12th, 2012|Home|1 Comment

Bryston Limited has just released an official announcement to all customer that their well received and reviewed BCD-1 CD Player will cease production shortly.  The official announcement was issued by Bryston’s Vice-President, James Tanner, as follows:

MEMO: To all Bryston Customers
SUBJECT: Bryston BCD-1 CD Player

March, 2012

Hi Folks,

Regrettably Bryston is going to have to cease production on our BCD-1 CD player.

The Phillips CD drive we utilize is no longer available.

We have a back up supply of drives and parts in house so there will be no issues going forward with service or warranty for our customers who currently own the BCD-1.

Moving forward we are going to assess the option of producing a CD Transport Drive which would mate with our external DAC’s.


James Tanner
V/P Bryston Ltd.

A new CD player, successor to the BCD-1, does not appear to be likely and even a CD transport is only being evaluated but not something that Bryston will produce in the near future.  In the digital media realm, Bryston continues to focus on producing its BDP-1, digital file player and BDA-1, digital-to-analogue convertor.

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