With attention to detail.
Recognisable as a typical Burmester even from the very first glance, the 151 Musiccenter makes use of characteristic design elements of the Top Line.
Inside the solid housing with classical Burmester chrome front panel operates a specially programmed Linux computer within a complex but tidy array of electronic parts. In direct comparison with the Reference MusicCenter 111 it is apparent that the 151 is not only considerably smaller but that it sports a small display on its chrome front, which is well known from other Burmester products. Since all functions can be conveniently controlled by the iPad app it was decided to forgo a larger display in order to achieve a compact visual appearance.
Moving into the era of digital music reproduction Burmester still relies heavily on the care and quality of hand assembly in the production of the new music servers 111 and 151. Because Burmester believes that only with the combination of cutting-edge technology, carefully selected top-quality parts and the traditional values of craftsmanship can the goal of absolute sound be achieved.
||9 kg (19.8 lbs)|
|Width||482 mm (19“)|
||96 mm (3.8“)|
|Depth||367 mm (14.5“)|
|Analog outputs||1 XLR, 1 RCA|
|Digital outputs||1 RCA, 1 TOSLINK|
|Head phone jack||-|
|Upsampling to 96 kHz/24 bit||yes|
|switchable to 192 kHz/24 bit||yes|
|Burmester X-Amp 2||-|
|REMOTE INPUT / OUTPUT||1 / 1|
Test & Award
The perfect sound stands for hard work and a continuous quest for improvement. That's why we are especially honored when the international community of music enthusiasts honors our products.
Editor’s Choice Award
Innovation, High Quality, Design, Usability
Best Product of the Year
the absolute sound:
Editors' Choice Award
United Kingdom, 2018
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