Burmester Logo

Burmester of North America in House Systems

BURMESTER AUDIO

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. There are 50 employees who operate out of the manufacturing facility in Berlin, with product distributors - serving as brand advocates - in 65 countries worldwide.

Rutherford Audio Inc. proudly represents Burmester in North and Central America.

Burmester In Porsche

Since the introduction of the Burmester high-end Surround sound system at the time the new Porsche Panamera was launched, it has been the benchmark for factory-installed integrated car hifi systems. This status was successfully defended in the next project, the Porsche Cayenne, and in the Porsche 911 iconic sports car.

The superiority of the system is the net result of innumerable details, and of one overriding goal, and that is perfect sound.

Burmester In Mercedes

This is the first time Mercedes Benz has worked with its new audio partner, Burmester Audiosysteme GmbH. The internationally renowned Berlin-based manufacturer of high-end sound systems impressed Mercedes Benz managers, developers and engineers with its outstanding sound and its uncompromising standards in terms of quality and pure musical experience.

More than four years of joint work went into the development of two innovative sound systems, especially designed to perfectly fit the new Mercedes-Benz S-Class.

Show All
  • Show All
  • Speakers
  • Amplifiers
  • Music Players
  • Racks

Burmester B18 Loudspeakers

Burmester Phase 3

Burmester 101 Integrated Amplifier

Burmester 082 Integrated Amplifier

Burmester 032 Integrated Amplifier

Burmester 036 Power Amplifier

Burmester 956 MK2 Power Amplifier

Burmester 099 Preamplifier

Burmester 035 Preamplifier

Burmester 102 CD Player

Burmester 061 CD Player

Burmester 150 Network Player

Burmester 151 Music Center

Burmester 911 MK3 Power Amplifier

Burmester 100 Phono Pre-Amplifier

Burmester 088 Preamplifier

Burmester 089 CD Player

Burmester 111 Music Center

Burmester 948 Power Conditioner

Burmester 909 MK5 Power Amplifier

Burmester 077 Pre-Amplifier

Burmester 808 Pre-Amplifier

Burmester 069 CD Player

Burmester B100 Loudspeakers

Burmester B80 MK2 Loudspeakers

Burmester BA 71 Loudspeakers

Burmester BA 31 Speakers

Burmester 961 MK3 Loudspeaker

Burmester B25 Loudspeakers

Burmester B10 Bookshelf Speakers

Burmester S8 Subwoofer

In the Press

TAS 069 Review (pdf)

The good news about the Burmester 069 is that its superior emerges with the kind of acoustic chamber music, small jazz group, and solo instrumental recordings where it is easy to detect whether the resulting illusion is musically credible rather than sonically "interesting."

HiFi Critic 036 Review (pdf)

After trying this amplifier with a number of different sources and loudspeakers, I'd already concluded that the 036 was in the very good-to-excellent class. But there was more to come. When finally coupled with a matching Burmester CP player in a fully balanced more, results were magical.

HiFi Plus Phase 3 Review

Most of the systems we have assembled for this issue are from multiple brands. The logic behind this goes as follows: no one manufacturer excels in every department. Burmester is the loyal opposition to that concept.

i-fidelity 089 Review

Here the 089 will give you the best possible support, for its technology is more than just impressive. Of course, the belt drive of the CD drive acts as a unique selling point – a technology which, due to its complexity, was seized on by only a few manufacturers.