The clear-out continues and up next is my Bryston SP1.7 processor/pre-amp – silver 19” rackmount 230V version.
In excellent cosmetic and operational condition. See photos.
Basically, it’s a highly regarded Bryston BP25 stereo pre-amp (same analogue circuitry), but with DAC/surround capabilities in a single box with remote.
Looking for £500 ONO (via bank transfer or paypal friends) and buyer pays shipping from Dublin, Ireland.
· Analog Audio: Six stereo (RCA) pairs, One 5.1 channel (RCA) input
· Digital: 4 coaxial (RCA) 75 Ohms, 2 Optical (TOSLINK), conforms to S/PDIF standard. Pro version 1 AES/EBU input (XLR) 110 Ohms
· Infrared: 1 mini phone jack
· RS-232: D9 connector (bidirectional)
· Left, Centre, Right, Right Surround, Left Surround, and Subwoofer on 6 unbalanced (RCA) and 6 balanced (XLR).
· 2 stereo (RCA) pairs of Record Outputs.
· 1 pair (RCA) Surround Back outputs
Trigger: One 12V on/off trigger, One 12V programmable trigger, to source 80mA total.
Remote 30 button, Hand-Held, Infrared remote control unit operates with two AAA batteries.
· A/D Conversion: 24-Bit, 48kHz Delta-Sigma
· D/A Conversion: 24-Bit, 96kHz Delta-Sigma
· DSP Engine: Motorola 56367
· Power Supply: Dual, Linear, Toroidal
· Frequency Response: 20Hz to 20kHz +/- 0.25 dB
· THD+Noise: Less than 0.006% in DSP modes; Less than 0.0025% in Bypass mode 20Hz to 20kHz at maximum output level.
· Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 105dB in DSP Modes; 110dB in 2ch Bypass Mode ; 22kHz bandwidth, Ref. 1kHz at maximum output level
· Input Level: 2 Vrms in DSP modes; 4 Vrms in Bypass Mode
· Input Impedance: 50kOhms
· Output Level: 8 Vrms (16 Vrms Balanced) in DSP Modes; 10 Vrms (20 Vrms Balanced) in Bypass Mode.
· Output Impedance: 110 Ohms
· Bass Management: 2nd Order HPF(x5), 4th Order LPF; 60 – 220 Hz Crossover Freq.
· Power Requirements 100VAC, 115VAC, and 230VAC models. 200 VA. IEC detachable power cord (included)
· Dimensions: rackmount: 19” W x 13.5” D x 3.5” H
· Weight: approx 22 lbs (10 kg)
· Chassis Temp: 0 to 50 deg Celsius
Some SP1.7 reviews here:
Some Bryston BP25 reviews here: