Online orders are operating as normal. Read more here »
(Details shown apply to the default selection)
Who says CD playback is dead? Although high resolution digital downloads dominate the attention of audiophiles, many music lovers have hundreds or thousands of CDs that require the finest playback equipment to sound their best. Though universal disc players or DVD players can playback CDs, they certainly won't resolve the full dynamic range and nuance the medium is capable of. Such players inherently compromise CD playback to support additional formats. The BCD-3 was engineered explicitly for the purpose of making your redbook CDs sound amazing.
Digital audio read from the CD is sent to a dual-balanced DAC chipset where it is converted to analog. The output stage is built with Bryston's proprietary fully balanced class-A discrete operational amplifiers. A professional grade optical disc transport reads the discs, and an ultra precise master clock synchronizes both. Zero jitter, superb linearity, and the best sound quality CDs have to offer are hallmarks of the new Bryston BCD-3. Connect the BCD-3 to your home network to control it with our web based user interface, or with a home automation system. You can also control it via IR with a Bryston BR-2 or universal remote control.
Outputs: RCA, XLR, S/PDIF RCA, AES/EBU XLR Control: Ethernet, USB-A, IR, DC, RS-232
DACs and transport slave to single master clock for jitter free performanceDual balanced AKM digital to analog converters based on BDA-3 designFully discrete class-A operational amplifiers form the analog output section
Available with silver or black faceplate17” or 19” faceplate availableRack mountable option available (2U)BR2 remote control available (see Accessories in Other Products)
17” W x 3.325” H x 11.53” D (17" Faceplate)43.2cm W x 8.5cm H x 29.3cm D (43.2cm Faceplate)19” W x 3.325” H x 11.53” D (19" Faceplate)48.3cm W x 8.5cm H x 29.3cm D (48.3cm Faceplate)8.8 lb/4 kg
Be the first to Write a Review for this item!
Home > Hi Fi > CD Players & Transports