MODEL T LOUDSPEAKER
'Reference' is a word that's often bandied about in audio circles. It implies that the device being discussed is one that all other components can be compared against in order to determine their strengths and weaknesses. The Model T floorstanding speaker is intended as a tool so accurate and precise that it can be used to measure the quality of the recordings you choose to play through it.
The Model T is also available as a Signature version with PX-1 External Passive Bryston Crossovers (pictured above) engineered to achieve extreme tonal neutrality with military spec board with thick copper traces and premium silver solder connections.
The Model T Signature offers an upgrade path to a Bryston Model T Active Speaker system, by addition of a BAX-1 digital crossover, and additional channels of amplification.
"The Model T is a balls-to-the-wall, highly capable floorstander that offers tremendous levels of control, dynamic ability, and class-leading bass performance," Aron Garrecht, SoundStage! review June 2013.
"I believe that Bryston Model Ts are not priced according to performance, but rather they are priced to sell – and sell they will as sound quality is in line with or better than speakers selling for three times the price and then some," InnerEarMag.com.
Frequency Response: 25Hz to 20Khz (+/- 3dB)
Impedance: 4 Ohms (nominal)
Sensitivity: 89 dB SPL @ 1 meter with 1 watt (anechoic)
Maximum SPL: 118 dB SPL @ 1 meter
Recommended Power: 10 watts to 500 watts RMS
Tweeter: Dual 1.0"
Midrange: Dual 5.25"
Woofer: Triple 8.0"
1334mm H x 267mm W x 419mm D
107 Ibs (48.5 kg)
High levels of SPL without distortion or compression
Unit to Unit matching
Bryston internal or external passive crossovers, designed to integrate perfectly with Bryston Amplifiers
Custom designed drivers with die-cast aluminium baskets, substantial magnet assemblies, and custom motor systems
Wide dispersion design
XL Out-Riggers (pictured above) - CNC Machined aluminum outriggers and spikes extend the footprint of the speaker for greater stability