Bryston has just revealed the Model T Cinema reference home theater in-wall loudspeaker. By leveraging key design cues from the flagship Model T floor-standing loudspeaker, the company has developed a highly capable architectural speaker system for dedicated home theater rooms. The Model T Cinema combines high-performance with the integrated aesthetic preferred by interior designers. In order to achieve the desired performance goals from an in-wall speaker system, Bryston employed seven drivers in a three-way configuration capable of up to 120dB of output without dynamic compression—all while maintaining exceptional clarity and tonal neutrality. Most in-wall loudspeakers sacrifice power response when submerged within a wall, however Bryston has overcome these limitations by placing the drivers on a robust baffle slightly forward of the wall’s surface, enabling the Model T Cinema to deliver a more realistic soundstage, precise imaging and superb dynamic capabilities.
Since their introduction in 2012, many top theater designers have chosen the Bryston’s Model T floorstanding loudspeakers to anchor dedicated home theater systems for their clients worldwide. Now the same astonishing dynamic realism and tonal neutrality of the Model T can be built into the wall with the Model T Cinema.
“The Model T Cinema is a sealed design featuring an inert 1 ½-inch thick front baffle and solid ¾-inch back-boxes to ensure superb midrange and high-frequency detail along with unwavering control in the bass region while minimizing transmission of sound into other rooms,” explained Bryston’s James Tanner. “Our engineering team is working on compatible products such as an in-wall Cinema center, surrounds and subwoofers, providing theater designers and professional integrators with a complete in-wall system only available through authorized Bryston dealers,” said Tanner. All Bryston Cinema loudspeakers are covered by the company’s legendary 20-year warranty. Bryston loudspeakers were born from the challenge to construct a reference quality loudspeaker that could reproduce real world dynamics while minimizing distortion and compression. The engineering team at Bryston has devoted countless hours toward innovative driver design, enclosure vibration analysis, crossover refinement, anechoic chamber measurements and blind listening tests.
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