The new IAD delivers improved specifications and replaces the current two-piece third-party sound card and SPDIF interface module (AES/BNC) utilized in the BDP-2. 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 an MSRP of $500. IAD upgrades will be managed at the Bryston factory until dealers and international distributors have been trained to properly install the new module.
Uses a standard browser to access its web-interface control. Play music files from an attached USB thumb drive, USB hard drive, external SATA hard drive or someplace else on your network. Also included is the ability to stream from your Tidal account.
All digital outputs are capable of PCM up to 192/24, and the USB also includes DSD capability (which is what we’ve been using in our demo’s).
Description: Digital music-file player running modified Linux operating system. File formats accepted: AIFF, FLAC, WAV, MP3, M4A, OGG. Word depths supported: up to 24 bits. Sample rates supported: 44.1–192kHz. Digital input ports: 4 USB 2.0. Digital outputs: S/PDIF (75 ohm BNC, female), AES/EBU (3-pin XLR, female). Control inputs: RS-232 port via 9-pin subminiature connector; two 3.5mm 2-conductor phone jacks for implementing remote 12V power on/off trigger. Output impedance: 75 ohms BNC, 110 ohms AES/EBU. Jitter: master-clock standard deviation, <20 picoseconds, 10Hz–10MHz. Power consumption: 10VA. Supplied accessories: Bryston BR-2 handheld infrared remote control; Web client software for iPhone, iPad, or PC using wireless connection via router. 2GB USB flash drive containing eight 24-bit/96kHz FLAC music files from Chesky Records.
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