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Friday, 01 October 1999 ,  Written by Bryan Southard
Bryston 7B-ST Monoblock Power Amplifier
Introduction When I think of enormous power, I think of a Big-Block Chevy, or perhaps the military’s M1A1 tank. In audio -- Bryston has given us the 7B-ST monoblock power amplifiers. At a solid 500 watts per side, they have the power to move mountains, or at least the most difficult to drive loudspeakers. The 7B-ST consists of two monoblock amplifiers, each providing 500 watts of power into 2 or 8 ohms, and 800 watts into 1 to 4 ohms. Each chassis measures 19 inches wide, 15-1/2 inches deep, and five and one quarter inches tall. The 7B-ST’s weigh 42 lbs per piece, and are priced at $4999 for the pair. The Bryston factory warrantee is nothing short of spectacular. They provide a 20-year transferable warrantee on all parts and labor. This in itself indicates the confidence that Bryston has with the reliability of their products. The review units were the first of the new look ...
Wednesday, 01 January 1997 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
Mark Levinson No. 333 Dual Monaural Power Amplifier
Introduction Having all the power you need is such a wonderful luxury. Imagine being able to sleep in whenever you wanted, never having to answer to your boss, or driving as fast as you'd like on the freeway. This is what it is like to own a Mark Levinson No. 333 dual monaural, 300 watt into 8 ohm stereo amplifier. I have had the No. 333 in my reference music system for exactly one year and I can say it has been the strongest single component in my signal path. I have driven a number of lofty, high end loudspeakers including the 90 dB efficient Martin Logan Re-Quests, my former reference loudspeakers the 93 dB efficient Cello Stradivari Legends, and the super efficient 94 dB efficient Wilson CUBs. The one constant in all these was that no matter how loudly I played Stravinsky, Prong, Stevie Ray Vaughn or even Pink Floyd, I never heard the ...
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