Bryston unveiled its Cubed Series of amplifiers, replacing the Squared Series that made its debut at the 2009 CES. The SST3 amplifiers will be the centerpiece of Bryston’s CES 2016 demo at the Venetian Suite 29-308.
The new lineup will roll out in phases, with the 2.5B, the 3B, the 4B, the 7B, and the 14B being first to market. The flagship 28B SST3 is currently in the final design stages. The 28B features a patented super-linear, low noise input buffer jointly developed by Bryston and the late Ph.D. engineer Dr. Ioan Alexandru Salomie. The Cubed Series also has a more robust RF and audio frequency noise filtering circuit before the power supplies to prevent unwanted anomalies on the power line from interfering even minutely with the audio signal.
“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 Chris Russell, CEO of Bryston. “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 consist of expanded spaciousness and depth of focus, better overall dimensionality, improved mid-bass clarity, and more air and openness in the high-frequencies.”
All Bryston SST3 Series amplifiers will come with Bryston’s 20-year warranty.