Peterborough, Ontario March 23, 2015 — Bryston has announced the introduction of new BIT (Bryston Isolation Transformer) models to serve larger applications. The new 45 and 60-Amp models feature a 220/240-volt input with a 120-volt output and are available with or without AVR technology (Automatic Voltage Regulation). In addition to these new models, all BIT products will now be available with standard rack-mount faceplates, making them ideally suited for larger residential and commercial installations.
The Bryston BIT product lineup was developed to address the need for an AC power device that accomplished three key objectives; power line conditioning, isolation and non-MOV-based protection. BIT products are ultra-duty power products that don’t restrict the performance of even the largest audio amplifiers. Existing models include 5, 15 and 20-amp versions, now available with either 17-inch standard faceplates or 19-inch rack-mount faceplates.
“Bryston BIT products were developed to improve the performance of an entire entertainment system,” stated Bryston VP James Tanner. “BIT products deliver the current stability and low impedance that is ideal for most amplifier designs while providing the total isolation and lower noise floor that is paramount to optimizing audio and video playback,” Tanner added.
- BIT-45 $5900
- BIT-60 $6450
- BIT-45 AVR $8300
- BIT-60 AVR $8900
Bryston’s new BIT products are available for order immediately through Bryston authorized dealers, shipping May, 2015.
About Bryston: Bryston first opened for business in 1962 as a manufacturer of precision medical equipment. The company was purchased in 1968 by John W. Russell, an ex-NASA engineer. Together with sons Chris, Brian and John D., they first started exploring the field of accurate, reliable audio amplification in the early 1970s. Since that time, Bryston analog and digital components as well as loudspeakers and subwoofers have become legendary for their superior design, hand-built quality, superb performance and dependability for home, professional and commercial markets. Bryston components are used in some of the world’s most renowned recording studios and owned by many discerning music professionals. Bryston applies precision manufacturing techniques and materials in the assembly of equipment that are more typically utilized by the military and aerospace industries. Bryston is based in Peterborough, Ontario Canada, northeast of Toronto, and is sold through over 200 dealers in North America and 60 countries worldwide.