Bryston Introduces BLP-1 Turntable
Bryston is expanding their analog options with a callback to the vinyl era. The premium electronic manufacturer has crammed a few decades worth of "critical features and innovation" into their new BLP-1 turntables, hoping to please even hardcore vinyl enthusiasts.
Sporting a belt drive design housed within a mass-loaded chassis, the BLP-1 was made to represent "an effort to deliver remarkably accurate vinyl playback by holding precise speed stability while minimizing resonances," Bryston said in a statement. The BLP-1 will also ship with a proprietary pulse width modulation power supply, called the BTP-1.
The titanium tonearm features seven segments, tungsten steel bearings and an arm tube integrated to the headshell, which Bryston says will make it virtually immune to cantilever-born vibrations.