First, Bryston reminded show-goers that earlier this year they updated their BDP-2 Music Player (reviewed here
by Michael Lavorgna at AudioStream.com and Larry Greenhill here
and the box on top in the photo above) with a new "Integrated Audio Device" or "IAD".
Bryston claims that the new IAD delivers improved specifications and replaces the current two-piece third-party sound card and SPDIF interface module. All new BDP-2 players are currently shipping with the new IAD installed, and legacy BDP-2 consumers have an option to retrofit to the new device for $500.