The Canadian-based manufacturer is initiating a contest in which it will award one of its digital-to-analog converters to a customer that purchases a piece of Bryston equipment.
Bryston is holding a drawing to give away one of its BDA-1 DACs to consumers that purchase Bryston gear between now and Aug. 31. The BDA-1 features Class A circuitry, Crystal CS-4398 D/A chips, two linear power supplies, RS-232 control, and a choice of inputs that include USB.
June 01, 2010 by EH Staff
The suburban Toronto company Bryston designs and manufactures some of the world’s top amplifiers, preamplifiers, CD players and crossovers in the pro and consumer audio industries.
Just prior to the Memorial Day holiday weekend, the Canadian manufacturer announced a new summer promotion in which customers that buy new Bryston components will be entered into a contest to win one of the company’s BDA-1 external digital-to-analog converters (DAC).
To qualify for the drawing consumers must purchase a product from an authorized dealer between now and Aug. 31. The company says consumers must have their dealer send a copy of that proof of purchase to its office in Canada to be eligible to win the DAC or the same equivalent of Bryston dollars to use towards another Bryston product.
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