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Old 7th February 2011, 03:02 AM   #1
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Thumbs up I like this detail!

I like what Bryston does with each amp after all the tests they do.
You get your "report card" with each amp showing how good they did before shipping it to you or your dealer. This is my report card I got with mine.
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Old 7th February 2011, 03:09 AM   #2
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The power & noise are the only meaningful data.

I do like Bryston thou.

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Old 7th February 2011, 03:33 AM   #3
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Dave, correct me if I am wrong here but, I do not think there is a company that does this report card after testing "each" unit. I am not saying Bryston is the Best company but, There are not many out there that will give you all this plus quality and a 20 years warranty with it. I think for the price...you can not get wrong.
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In my days in the business it was more common than not.

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Old 7th February 2011, 03:55 AM   #5
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In my days in the business it was more common than not.

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When you say "in my days in business" Does that mean long time ago or recently?. can you name some of them that were build 100% by hand and tested before leaving factory. My friend got a Fisher from factory here in New York that was build 100% by hand but, that was in the 70's and it is still working like the first day He got it. Today sadly we do not see that anymore (except Bryston)

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Old 7th February 2011, 04:43 AM   #6
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I'm a Bryston user as well. The amp is rock solid. And I got a report card with mine.

I also had a chance to swap emails with them last year - I was impressed that they gave me the time of day. Nice guys.
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Late 70s. Almost all of the stuff we sold that wasn't Japanese. Quad, NAIM, PS Audio, Dayton Wright, Hafler (if it was a kit we'd test it after the build if requested.Ampzillas, Ambers. more.

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I'm a Bryston user as well. The amp is rock solid
I don't have any Bryson at the moment. At one point i had 4 4B 2 3B 2 2B. At the time i was on a 1st name basis with Chris & Russell, and had a guided tour of the factory.

Bryston is one of Canada's success stories.

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Crown used to do it to back in the day.
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