The Bryston BDP-1 is, to my knowledge, a unique and uncompromising conduit for opening up high resolution music files to listeners hungry for the best in digital audio. The multiple USB ports enable plug and play access of the large external drives essential for high resolution files (most album folders average 1 gigabyte) or customized play lists on dedicated thumb drives. Cut to the future. I can see an evening when your best friends gather around your BDP-1. They pull out their thumb drives and hard drives. They plug in, you push the button, the music starts, smiles all around, rock star high fives for you!
- Description: Digital music-file player running modified Linux operating system.
- File formats accepted: FLAC, WAV, AIFF, OGG, MP3, MPA4,AAC, WMA, and 50 others
- Output Sample rates:44.1kHz, 48 kHz, 88.2kHz, 96kHz, 176.4kHz, 192kHz
- Jitter: Master Clocks standard deviation less than 20 picoseconds 10Hz to 10 MHz
- Acoustic Noise: Silent
- 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.
- Power Consumption: 10 watts
- Dimensions: W(17 or 19) x D-11 x H 2.75 inches
- Weight: 12 lbs (5.44kg)
- Finishes: Black, Silver.