Bryston's Model T Speaker

Bryston showed a static model of its new loudspeaker system, the Model T Signature ($7495/pair), that is specified to handle 50–1100 watts into its 8 ohm impedance, with a frequency response from 25Hz–22kHz, ±3dB. In active form, the Model T uses the AX1 external DSP crossover ($2995), but the passive version’s crossover features large, expensive air-coil inductors, as well as something brand new: Bryston capacitors. Working with Clarity, Bryston's James Tanner specified the exact requirements for these capacitors, which have both company's names featured on their blue exteriors. The Model T benefited from Bryston's close relationship with with Axiom, a speaker design company that has its own large anechoic chamber. The Model T is available in Black Ash, Boston Cherry, or Natural Cherry veneers.

fy415's picture

Why no picture of the speaker itself?

corrective_unconscious's picture

Is that six pairs of speaker binding posts or some component I am just not recognizing? Why would an external dsp crossover, if that's what we're looking at, be configured in such an analog way with so many cables?

I didn't realize Axiom did high end drivers.

Color me skeptical.