This is one of four Bryston BDP-2 players I have owned. My Bryston has an internal 1tb hard drive inside. Match this with a DAC of your choice and you have a killer. I have the original box to ship.
The Bryston BDP-2 is a state-of-the-art digital music player that can play back most high resolution digital music formats including AIFF, FLAC & WAV files up to 24 bits @ 192 kilo samples per second (192/24) as well as standard formats and lower resolution digital music files like MP3’s. It receives digital audio inputs via any of its six USB ports. The BDP-2 outputs digital signals via its SPDIF and AES/EBU ports for connecting to an external digital-to-analog converter like Bryston’s BDA-1, which in turn delivers analog audio signals to preamps and integrated amplifiers. The BDP-2 can be controlled locally via its front panel pushbutton controls using the BDP-2’s dot matrix display and by Bryston’s infra-red handheld remote control, the BR2. It can be controlled remotely via Bryston’s web apps; MINI and MAX. It can also be controlled by the iPod Touch music player or the iPad using their WiFi interface and the mPod app. BDP-2 FEATURES: • Linear power supply for audio processing circuitry • A separate power supply for microprocessors and for maintaining standby mode. • Six USB-2 (USB-1.0 and 1.1 compatible) inputs: 2 on the front panel, 4 on the rear panel. • OPTIONAL internal SATA hard disc drive • Multiple control options: Front panel push button controls iPod Touch or iPhone (with mPod app) Bryston-MINI web app for mobile devices running Android or iOS Bryston-MAX web app for PC’s Bryston’s BR2 hand-held infra-red remote control • Two digital outputs: SPDIF (75 Ohm BNC female) AES/EBU (3 pin XLR male) • Compatible with digital music file formats of up to 24 bits at sample rates up to 192 KHz including: AIFF, FLAC, WAV, MP3, M4A (MPEG-4 Audio), OGG • User upgradable firmware web apps • Optional IR Remote Control • Remote 12 Volt On/Off Trigger (IN & OUT via 3mm/2 conductor phone jacks) • Compatible with USB flash drives (Memory Sticks, Thumb Drives) and USB Hard Disc Drives • Cosmetically matches C-Series BP26, MPS2, BDA1, BCD-1, etc NETWORK VERSUS LOCAL CONTROL NETWORK: In this context NETWORK refers to any control method that physically interconnects to the BDP-2 through its Ethernet port. These methods include Bryston -Mini and Bryston-Max and the mPod app for iPod Touch or iPhone, and similar web based applications. All computer network control methods require the use of a Web browser application. Using an iPod Touch as a remote control requires a wireless home computer network with a Web Browser. The BDP-2 interfaces to the home computer network’s router via its Ethernet port. LOCAL: includes the front panel push button switches and alpha-numeric/dot matrix display and infra-red remote controls like Bryston’s BR2.