The Bryston BDP-2 is a dedicated player for high resolution digital audio files.
Up for sale is a Gently used in great condition Bryston BDP-2 Digital Player that I used in conjunction with the DEQX also listed. I am downsizing and can no longer keep my Audio System.
The BDP-2 will play high resolution audio files (up to PCM 192kHz / 24 bit and DSD via DoP over USB)
Employing a highly-customized Linux OS optimized to provide the highest quality audio performance, the BDP-3 will play high-resolution audio files (up to PCM 384kHz / 32 bit and DSD128) from digital storage devices without compromise.
The BDP-2 features a high current linear power supply, custom Intel Celeron powered motherboard, and eight gigabytes of RAM for incredible responsiveness, ultra-fast performance, and horsepower to spare for future feature additions.
Digital audio outputs are built upon Bryston’s proprietary IAD Integrated Audio Device. The AES/EBU and S/PDIF outputs are fully impedance matched and transformer coupled for the best possible digital audio transmission to the DAC of your choice. Jitter is reduced to virtually undetectable levels.
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 push-button 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.
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, BDA-1, BCD-1, etc