vintage braun audio 310 anthracite with L500 speakers black

braun audio 310 anthracite & L500 black

The last of its kind. The flagship from the 70s. This model was the final edition of the sproduct range of compact stereo systems with metal frame from braun in Frankfurt, Germany. For sound enthusiasts, the stereo systems of the 60s and 70s are the non plus ultra, because they are absolutely competitive with today’s stereos and have kept their full value in daily use. The original speakers deliver a catchy powerful sound, with a slight compression. The result is a transparent and warm sound, which is remarkable and highly appreciated by braun audio lovers.

braun audio 310

vintage braun audio 310 anthracite with L500 speakers black

The last of its kind. The flagship from the 70s. This model was the final edition of the sproduct range of compact stereo systems with metal frame from braun in Frankfurt, Germany. For sound enthusiasts, the stereo systems of the 60s and 70s are the non plus ultra, because they are absolutely competitive with today’s stereos and have kept their full value in daily use. The original speakers deliver a catchy powerful sound, with a slight compression. The result is a transparent and warm sound, which is remarkable and highly appreciated by braun audio lovers.

Put the needle on the record

The built-in turntable model PS 430 X in the audio 310 stereo is a stunning piece of craftmanship. The nicely designed tone arm has a lift, for the first time ever in Braun turntables, and an automatic switch-off at the end of the record. This is the main difference to the audio 300, where you don’t find both of these features. Usually there is a Shure cartridge in the headshell, the stylus can still be ordered nowadays. After a technical maintenance service, done in a qualified specialists workshop, these turntables work like they did on day one and will do for decades. Here you find the original Braun stylus tracking force gauge.

Put the needle on the record

The built-in turntable model PS 430 X in the audio 310 stereo is a stunning piece of craftmanship. The nicely designed tone arm has a lift, for the first time ever in Braun turntables, and an automatic switch-off at the end of the record. This is the main difference to the audio 300, where you don’t find both of these features. Usually there is a Shure cartridge in the headshell, the stylus can still be ordered nowadays. After a technical maintenance service, done in a qualified specialists workshop, these turntables work like they did on day one and will do for decades. Here you find the original Braun stylus tracking force gauge.

FM stereo radio

The receiver of the Braun audio 310 has several bands. The outdated Shortwave, Mediumwave and Longwave are accompanied by a separated FM stereo section. There is a field intensity meter and a stereo indicator lamp, which give the FM section a complete look.

Braun Audio FM AM Antenna Connector

When connected to a good antenna, the quality of the radio reception is great. You can connect to cable also.

braun audio 310 anthracite receiver section dieter rams design

FM stereo radio

The receiver of the Braun audio 310 has several bands. The outdated Shortwave, Mediumwave and Longwave are accompanied by a separated FM stereo section. There is a field intensity meter and a stereo indicator lamp, which give the FM section a complete look.

braun audio 310 anthracite receiver section dieter rams design
Braun Audio FM AM Antenna Connector

When connected to a good antenna, the quality of the radio reception is great. You can connect to cable also.

Is a Braun audio 310 network ready?

With its 5-pin DIN connectors the Braun audio 310 offers two additional inputs for stereo signals. One is a tape input, the other is called ‘reserve’. Whatever the designer have thought of, they’ve made a good decision by adding these two more inputs. You can easily connect your CD-Player or your smartphone via a cinch adapter or a 3,5 mm jack to the braun audio 310. A common bluetoooth adapter makes a wireless input possible, allowing for music streaming from the Internet.

Is a braun audio 310 network ready?

With its 5-pin DIN connectors the Braun audio 310 offers two additional inputs for stereo signals. One is a tape input, the other is called ‘reserve’. Whatever the designer have thought of, they’ve made a good decision by adding these two more inputs. You can easily connect your CD-Player or your smartphone via a cinch adapter or a 3,5 mm jack to the braun audio 310. A common bluetoooth adapter makes a wireless input possible, allowing for music streaming from the Internet.