For example, Brähler introduced the single cable technology into the conference world as early as in 1961 replacing the multi-cable technology, which was material intensive and laborious.
Another milestone in the company's history was the invention of the DIGIMIC principle in 1969, where several microphones and functions of a system could be connected using only two data bus lines.
The illuminated red ring on the microphone introduced in the 90s, which indicates when the speaker is "on air", also comes from Brähler. This invention became a global trendsetter and is now considered as standard.
In 2001, Brähler introduced the digital conference system CDSVAN based on DSP technology.
In 2011, our intercom station CMic was awarded the iF product design award for its innovative design.