Bryston 28bsst2 worthy upgrade from a krell fpb70?

I am using a magnepan mg 20.7, i was wondering if the bryston 28bsst2 is in the same league or better than my older krell fpb700? The krell is already 11 years old and am thinking of moving on to something new. Btw preamp is a jadis jps2

Thanks in advance
Hi Dasign, I recieved the Furutech GTX-D R early, saturday, Thought about burning it in on the refrigerator, then it dawned on me that the Krell 700cx would cook the outlet quicker, he,ha,he,,,, installed brand new out the box, I was in awe, very pleased, a complete Furutech GTX-D Rhodium set-up was incredible!, made the amp sing like it was a whole more costlier amp, I could not believe it, you see, when I auditioned the Rhodium on the 700cx with the Rhodium that is now on the digital, I had a bass suck out, my only explaination is that when I kept the 20 amp industrial wpo on the digital while I a/b the Gold and rhodium on the krell, the Rhodium's did not work with mixing outlet's, there is no other answer here, also Dasign, I did mix the Furutech GTX-D Gold and Rhodium on the same system, that my friend was the worst sound ever, talking about a train wreck, they were actually working against each other, one pulling one way, the other the other way with sound, useing all the same furutech GTX-D Rhodium's in my system is a complete hit and home run, incredible sounding, I am shocked really,this sounds so good now, I cannot imagine the out come with complete burn-in of the two, the first Rhodium that is on the digital has 300hrs on it now, lol, the new one has 3 hrs, get this, when I first started burning in the first Rhodium, it was bright for 3 hrs listening through head phones, that went away after the initial 3 hrs, so for the brand new one not to be bright, and have the best bass I ever herd out of a krell, this is incredible to me, I can just jug along and listen to the system, it's very listenable now, that is the incredible part of what I am saying., about those sr-reds, they are directional Dasign, I talked to the inventor/designer of the fuses the at the Sr factory, you have to flip the fuses one way to the other one at a time to find out which direction sounds best, you have to get all four fuses direction correct for full potential sound performance, that is what sr factory told me, have you done this?, if not, best to do it to get your potential out of the fuses, thankyou for the kind words, look forward to your reply.
Dasign, also, I have here new in the box, the furutech GTX wall frame and cover plate for the krell, I am going to waite for full burn-in of the two Rhodium's before I install the wall frame and cover plate, I want to listen for so called improvement's of the frame and cover plate, if I hear a good discernable difference when I do the install, well then, I will buy another frame and cover plate for the digital, do you have the frame's and cover plate's?, if so, please give some feed back on these.

Wow! You bought really good stuff with the GTX-D R. I purchased 2 FP-15A R version for my wallplate and used the regular plastic cover plate. I looked at the GTX-D (R) but it was double the price of the FP. Remember I need 2 of them with the monoblocks. I am happy to hear that the GTX work great for you. Would like to hear more from you on the GTX wallplate, which can also be installed on any Furutech receptacle. Might be interested in trying these also if they work out for you. When putting quality AC voltage or AC accesories improving AC line quality in front of the Krells, they will let you know :-)

Did not know that the SR red fuses had any polarity. Will try this when I have a minute.
Hi Dasign, The furutech wall frame's and matching cover plate is more exspensive than any Furutech wpo!, A whoping $265.00 for the set-up, now you may understand as to why I said I was going to fully burn-in the wpo's before I do the install of the frame and cover plate, I want to hear exactly what the frame and cover plate do before I make the decision to buy another set-up, Dasign, I would call SR company and get full diclosure of advise on the red's install like I did, they can explain the same as I did, but a phone call is better than email or posting, yes, I will make sure I give you full feed back on the frame and cover plate, this will be quite awhile, these wpo's take a very long time to burn-in, I have been told 500 to 700 hrs, ouch!, BTW, The GTX-D R is worth every penny that you pay for them and much more, I am telling you, synergy match for the krell's, reply when you can, cheers.
Guys i am not from the US, im from a jungle in asia, hahaha, so modding my krell would be close to impossible, i do know the older service tech doing repairs here for krell in our country, i am not sure how many caps needs to be replaced for full recapping though, and the approx cost of the parts and the amount of labor to be done.

Before i have owned bryston 4bsst2 driving mg 1.7, when i bought the used fpb700 and compared it with the 4bsst2, the krell was a lot better then, warmer, relaxed and more musical, but was thinking this is the smaller brystons and thought maybe the 28bsst2 would be a lot better than the 4Bsst2.

If i can find a jeff rowland 8tihc here in our country i would also be interested, i do know the dealer have sold i think 3 units here back in the 90's, maybe i should hunt the owners down and make an offer? Thought the rowlands might also mate well witht he jadis pre...