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  • Brociner Electronics Laboratory
  • New York, USA
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Brociner manufactures or has manufactured the following equipment (click to expand models list):

Dynamic Speakers
Valve Amplifiers

General information [contribute]

TAC (August 24, 2009: Brociner Electronics Laboratory was founded in the early fifthies by Victor Bronicer. He was considered as one of the founders of the high fidelity industry. In the 1930s, he developed the first high fidelity system using a broadband AM receiver, a low tracking force record player, and a component speaker system. His system is displayed in the Smithsonian Institution.

Brociner founded Brociner Electronics, and in the early 1950s, he produced one of the first integrated amplifiers, the first practical Williamson amplifier (at 30 watts, a giant for its time), and some of the first high fidelity components using printed circuits and advanced industrial design.

He also made the Brociner Transendent loudspeaker system which set a standard for efficiency coupled with high sound quality. When financial problems forced Brociner to close his company, he did not declare bankruptcy. Instead, every creditor was paid in full.

Brociner made speakers which used Lowther drivers, but in a different configuration than the Lowther enclosures.

Brociner was believed to be involved with AudioAnalyst speakers in the 70s. Mr. Brociner designed the Acoustic Research Integrated Amp from the late 60's.

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