Burmester Audiosysteme was founded by electronic engineer and musician, Dieter Burmester. After constructing an amplifier that was intended for personal use, friends pursued him to use his skills professionally. Finally, when one of his friends went to the German audio press in the late 70’s, Dieter’s amplifier was claimed to be one of the best ever made.
Today, Burmester is one of the most respected names in HiFi audio among customers, press and maufacturers of the highest-quality audio worldwide. Dieter still arrives in the office every morning and is fully invested in the design and manufacturing of every component as well as leading every aspect of business in the company.
Burmester offers high-end sound systems for the home, automobile and yacht. Every home component is assembled by hand, and undergoes extensive testing procedures. The R & D department keeps themselves very busy, as they are the developers of the state-of-the-art technologies used within Burmester components. Factory upgrades are also achievable with many Burmester components, as classic technology advances with modular designs. All data is recorded and kept in the vault for each unit during the assembly process, allowing for the ability to match your upgrade perfectly in the future, 5, 10 or 25 years from now.
All Burmester products are designed as investments for life, unique to your living space – wherever that may be.
Burmester 948 Power ConditionerIn Store Only
- Power Conditioner
- On Demo in Scottsdale
The quality of the power supply has become one of the most important components of a high-end music system. Because of the switchable power supplies of computers, TV sets, microwave ovens or light dimmers high-frequency noise and DC components are super- imposed on the mains supply. At times the standing DC component is big enough to cause hum in normally quiet transformers. For the dynamic suppression of superimposed DC components Burmester has developed a patented switching circuitry. Additionally, the 948 contains top-quality filters against high-frequency noise.