BRYSTON has announced the Model A subwoofer, the first sub in the Canadian manufacturer’s line-up that uses a 10-inch woofer – two, opposing long-throw ones, in fact, enclosed in a stylish cube.
The Model A sub features a robust robust 400-watt amplifier that’s well isolated in the enclosure, within its own chamber. The driver array assists in cancelling cabinet resonance while delivering strong and detailed bass response.
“Bryston had a very specific goal in mind with the conception of the Model A subwoofer,” says company sales VP James Tanner.
“Our Model T subwoofers are a taller column form factor, and our dealers felt that they needed a high-performance, smaller, discreet subwoofer solution to accommodate some room designs.
“The Model A subwoofer delivers superlative performance from a compact enclosure,” Tanner added.
The rear panel features controls for the crossover point, phase alignment and level, so the sub can be used in a variety of settings. Bryston says the Model A is equally suited for use in a home theatre or hi-fi system. The cabinet, made of three-quarter-inch MDF, has dual rear-facing ports.
Provided are rubberised aluminum levelling feet and a heavy-gauge power cord.
Finishes available are Boston cherry, natural cherry and black ash, along with special order ones for an upcharge.
The Model A retails at US$2,000 and is available now.