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Brinkmann Audio based in Germany is engineered, designed and owned by Helmut Brinkmann. Offers the listener all the detail, without sacrificing warmth and character. Precision in all the component parts, the design philosophy and the technical specifications of each audio component is bordering on obsessive. Brinkmann Turntables and Amplifiers are machined in their own facility and supervised and then assembled by Brinkmann’s own hand. Brinkmann offers a complete lineup of analog playback equipment, several tables, tone arms, cartridges, phono stage, external power supply as well as amplifiers.

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Detailed information on individual models and technical data are best found directly with the manufacturer. We invite you to connect with them here. We urge you to request specific demonstration or discussion with CDF directly for all of your questions.

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Amplifiers

  • Power Amplifiers:
  • Brinkmann Stereo
  • Brinkmann Mono
  • Integrated Amplifiers:
  • Vollverstärker
  • Phono Stages:
  • Fein
  • Edison
  • Pre Amplifier:
  • Marconi Line Preamplifier
 

Analog

  • Turntables:
  • Bardo Direct Drive
  • Oasis Direct Drive
  • Spyder Belt Drive Multi Arm
  • Balance Belt Drive
  • Power Supply:
  • Ront II Tube Power Supply
  • Tone Arms:
  • 10 Tone Arm
  • 10.5 Tone Arm
  • 12.1 Tone Arm
  • Cartridges:
  • Pi
  • EMT-TI


Customer Reviews

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You can design a technical apparatus differently, but not better. Read more reviews:

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“Dear Graeme, I just wanted to thank you for the wonderful experience at CDFaudio. You definately have a repeat customer here! I went back home to listen to the same piece I heard on the Shindo setup and I get it! What I previously thought was warm and inviting was merely muddled sounds on my…”

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