In 1977, Dieter Burmester created the legendary Burmester 777 pre-amplifier. Just two years later Mercedes-Benz constructed the all-terrain vehicle G-Class to outlast all others. It took about four decades for the legendary off-roader and the Berlin-based HiFi gem to finally cross paths.
The Burmester surround sound system tailor made for the Mercedes-Benz G-Class consists of 16 loudspeakers and a 590-watt amplifier with digital sound processing. Even at high volumes, elaborate 3-way systems with tweeters in the dashboard and midrange drivers and woofers in the front doors ensure a degree of naturalness for every musical genre, for which Burmester is appreciated by music lovers around the world.
A 20-cm woofer with dual voice coil in the luggage compartment is responsible for the remarkably tight bass foundation. By means of the individual adjustment of the listening position (all/front/rear), the Burmester surround sound system is able to take account of individual seat occupancy. The surround function can be switched on to provide the sort of sweeping sense of space usually associated with a concert hall.