Bryston Introduces Back to the Future Vintage Amplifier Restoration Program

Bryston Introduces Back to the Future Vintage Amplifier Restoration Program

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Peterborough, Ontario July 5th, 2022 – Bryston (, a leading manufacturer of ultimate-performance audio electronics and loudspeakers for music and cinema systems available through the finest dealers worldwide, has introduced a Back to the Future vintage product restoration service.

The Back to the Future program offers three basic tiers of restoration services that can be purchased individually or combined on each vintage product. Prices below include shipping to and from Bryston (within North America).

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4B Amplifier – First Serial # 4001 – Mid 70’s
  • TIER 1 ELECTRICAL: Complete check out of all electrical and mechanical functions with replacement of appropriate parts $1000.00 USD
  • TIER 2 COSMETIC: Cosmetic upgrade includes a reworked faceplate, top, and handles. This involves a total refinishing of the current hardware on your vintage amplifier. (Does not include chassis, back-panel, or heatsinks. Our technicians will do their best to fix dents, imperfections, bends etc.) $600.00 USD
  • TIER 3 OUTPUT DEVICES: Output power transistors replaced with the most recent applicable power devices $400.00 USD

“Because we have such a large number of beautifully designed and manufactured amplifiers out there that have been in use for as many as four-plus decades, we felt that offering these restoration service options to our customers was important,” explained Bryston CEO James Tanner. “We have built our brand based largely upon a reputation for audio products that deliver outstanding performance and durability—this program certainly reinforces Bryston’s commitment to quality and service.”

For inquiries on Bryston restoration services, please contact David Nelson at:


About Bryston

Bryston ( began designing and manufacturing highly accurate, innately reliable audio amplification in the early 1970s. Since that time, Bryston has become legendary for hand-built quality, superb performance and dependability, utilizing precision manufacturing techniques and materials more typically found in military and aerospace applications. Bryston amplifiers have been selected by some of the most renowned recording studios and discerning music professionals. Acquired in 2021 by James Tanner in partnership with Colquhoun Audio, Bryston has expanded its domestic manufacturing capabilities. With locations in both Peterborough and Dwight, Ontario Canada, Bryston products are sold through the finest residential and commercial A/V dealers worldwide.

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