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#393641 - 06/01/13 08:12 PM Bryston Model T Review
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#393644 - 06/01/13 10:07 PM Re: Bryston Model T Review [Re: Socketman]
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Yeah Richard, I read that review and studied the tests. Thanks for linking it. Even more interesting than most of the subjective listening impressions(which I tend to take with somewhere between a grain and a ton of salt), were the fine results shown in the NRC lab tests.
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#393646 - 06/01/13 10:56 PM Re: Bryston Model T Review [Re: Socketman]
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#393696 - 06/04/13 10:09 AM Re: Bryston Model T Review [Re: Socketman]
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I could buy 8 M80s for the price of 2 of these. All of which are too expensive for my blood.
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#393827 - 06/07/13 01:06 PM Re: Bryston Model T Review [Re: Socketman]
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After being dormant for a while, the Model T thread at 'AH' has been resurrected siting this review with even the big guy over there weighing in again - mostly commenting on the NRC's measuring/testing methods.

If interested, for those who hadn't followed it before, start from the beginning. The latest starts on page 13, post #126.

I'm staying out of it for now...

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#393828 - 06/07/13 03:54 PM Re: Bryston Model T Review [Re: exlabdriver]
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Good choice to stay out I say. Those guys just love drama and controversy and the Great Overlord that is Gene will correct everyone's and anyone's thinking so that no one will have any real thoughts of their own. LOL
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#393833 - 06/07/13 09:15 PM Re: Bryston Model T Review [Re: Socketman]
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I would love to hear them next to an Axiom speaker, or any other speaker for that matter.
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#393838 - 06/07/13 10:22 PM Re: Bryston Model T Review [Re: chesseroo]
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Originally Posted By: chesseroo
I would love to hear them next to an Axiom speaker, or any other speaker for that matter.


I too would like to see these head to head with Axiom, especially the LFR 1100's. However, I'm thinking James T. won't go near that.
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#393840 - 06/07/13 11:42 PM Re: Bryston Model T Review [Re: Socketman]
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It is most likely that they would be 'similarly good' within their price point...

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#393841 - 06/08/13 02:00 AM Re: Bryston Model T Review [Re: exlabdriver]
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Originally Posted By: exlabdriver
After being dormant for a while, the Model T thread at 'AH' has been resurrected siting this review with even the big guy over there weighing in again - mostly commenting on the NRC's measuring/testing methods.

If interested, for those who hadn't followed it before, start from the beginning. The latest starts on page 13, post #126.

I'm staying out of it for now...

TAM


I read through that thread lastnight....If there is one thing I hate about forums it is that everyone seems to be a self proclaimed expert and the amount of pure BS that ensues is simply astonishing.
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