Bryston Launches New-Design Amp Line at CES 2016

At CES 2016? See Bryston’s New Amps at The Venetian in Suite #29-308

Brystons new ampsHigh-end manufacturer Bryston announced the launch of a major new line of amplifiers – they call it their “Cubed” Series – at CES in Las Vegas this week. This new line replaces their respected “Squared” Series launched back in 2009 and embodies the latest technological breakthroughs from the company’s continuing research.

See more on this dramatic announcement from Bryston…



Bryston’s new SST³ Series cut a dramatic profile with a striking industrial design. The company says this design is a “statement” targeted at “music enthusiasts, home theater installations and professional audio applications.” Looking at the thick, muscular faceplate with industrial grade handles, we wouldn’t argue that it is definitely a design statement.

This new SST³ Series benefits from several advances in engineering including a super-linear, low noise input buffer (patented) developed jointly by Bryston engineers and the late Ph.D engineer Dr. Ioan Alexandru Salomie. Also new is what company calls a more robust RF and audio frequency noise filtering circuit pre-power supplies to eliminate power line anomalies – however small – from having any possibility of influencing the audio signal.

Lastly, the company noted – as we did – the “elegantly designed” milled aluminum front panel.Brystons new SST cubed amps

“Due to the lasting success of the Squared Series amplifiers, our engineers were afforded the luxury of being able to spend lots of time precisely developing this new line of amplifiers,” said Bryston CEO Chris Russell in a prepared statement. “The innovative circuitry designed with Dr. Salomie is brilliant and we plan to use more of it in future products. Some of the audible improvements we have noted during our initial testing consists of expanded spaciousness and depth of focus, better overall dimensionality, improved mid-bass clarity, and more air and openness in the high-frequencies.”



Bryston will roll out the SST³ series in stages. Specifically, the 2.5B SST³, the 3B SST³, the 4B SST³, the 7B SST³, and the 14B SST³ are all being released in the first wave. The company is in the final engineering stages of what will be the series flagship – the 28B SST³ – which will be released in the second wave.

And like other Bryston amps, the SST³ Series models will carry an impressive 20-year warranty.

See Bryston’s new amplifiers in Las Vegas at CES in the Venetian Hotel, Suite 29-308.

Learn more about Bryston and its line at: www.bryston.com.


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A sales and marketing specialist - primarily in the technology industry - I've experienced a sort of "circle of life" in business. I've been a mass merchant retailer, a specialty retailer, a specialty manufacturer, a large volume manufacturer, a distributor, and even represented sales representatives. Now the owner of a marketing company that works with a variety of businesses on improving their strategic marketing and business development - I analyze issues from all angles to develop holistic solutions.

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