There aren’t a whole lot of audio brands as universally respected as Bryston. They’re popular with studio professionals. They’re popular with audiophiles. And because Bryston has mostly stuck to what they know – high-end audio electronics and, in particular, amplifiers – the company has never sullied its brand with underperforming products or, worse, cheap mass-market junk. Now you see why Bryston’s recent move into speakers is such a huge risk.
Rest assured that the Middle T wasn’t built on a whim. It’s part of an extensive line of 15 speakers, which includes in-walls, on-walls, center speakers, and subwoofers. Thus, Bryston has all the models you need to put together anything from a purist two-channel rig to a full Dolby Atmos system. Via hometheaterreview.com