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Banter 02-06-2021 03:34 AM

Bryston sold to Axiom Audio
 
https://globalnews.ca/news/7604652/p...ocate-muskoka/

pigman 02-06-2021 10:30 AM

I believe it is a partnership, congratulations to all involved.
Gotta love great Canadian products and great partnership.
Aaron

Formerly YB-2 02-06-2021 01:08 PM

Axiom seems pretty mid-fi compared to Bryston. Hopefully, the tail doesn't end up wagging the dog.

AVfile 02-06-2021 02:00 PM

Axiom already makes Bryston speakers (to James Tanner specifications of course). My concern would be growing pains with the expanded portfolio of products affecting the ability of technical support to maintain attention to detail.

urbanluthier 02-08-2021 07:26 PM

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2x6spds 04-19-2021 02:51 AM

Axiom bryston
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Formerly YB-2 (Post 1031647)
Axiom seems pretty mid-fi compared to Bryston. Hopefully, the tail doesn't end up wagging the dog.

Well, I have (had, gave it away, mistake) a Bryston BDA-2, a pretty good DAC. I also have a pair of Axiom LFR1100 Actives driven by a pair of Axiom ADA 1500s amps and DSPs. Sounds pretty darn good.

I also have a pair of Marten Django L's powered by BAT VK 56 Mono blocks and a BAT VK33 preamp. Also sounds pretty good.

I have a pair of Harbeth 30.2 Anniversaries driven by a Sansui alpha AU-507 integrated. Sounds pretty good.

Nothing wrong with Axiom speakers or electronics. Axiom has been making the Bryston speakers from the beginning.

Ian Colquhoun is a wonderful fellow, a dedicated Audio lover and manufacturer. I think we can look forward to some wonderful Bryston active speakers. I don't think Bryston will be going down market.

Best wishes to all our Canadian audio friends up there.

gbaby 04-22-2021 12:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Formerly YB-2 (Post 1031647)
Axiom seems pretty mid-fi compared to Bryston. Hopefully, the tail doesn't end up wagging the dog.

I see Axiom like the old Infinity Speakers in the early '70s when it was owned by Arnie Nudell prior to Harmon Kardon trashing the brand to promote its own overpriced Revel speaker. Back then, Infinity sold high end sounding speakers that were affordable by the average Joe. Axiom seems to be that kind of company .


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