products l where to buy

24 channel Wunderbar

24 channel Wunderbar with cinema display

48 channel Wunderbar with cinema display

History of The Wunderbar

The Wunderbahn - Summing Bus

Inside the Wunderbar - Transformers

Inside the Wunderbar - Expandability

Inside the Wunderbar - Signal to Noise Ratio

Inside the Wunderbar - Build Quality

Inside the Wunderbar - OP amps

Inside the Wunderbar - PEQ2 module

Inside the Wunderbar - Sound Stage

Videos produced by Fractal Visuals - www.fractalvisuals.com

Wunderbars in the Studio




Wood Options


Wunder Audio Powerbar


Design your unique Wunderbar console

Customize your configuration to reflect your engineering style. Choose from a variety of console sizes and master section positions, moving fader automation, internal Patchbay and Cinema Display.

Here, Wunder Audio continues to cherish the proud tradition of handcrafted excellence, passed down over generations. Over a dozen specialists ply their trade in creating the Wunderbar; cable builders alongside machinist, electronic engineers alongside cabinetmakers. All are world-class craftspeople whose purpose is the realization of the personal vision of the individual Wunder Audio customer.

The Console utilizes the PEQ2 Channel Amplifier delivering from 12 to 60 channels. A "Fully Balanced Busing Scheme" is the heart of the Wunderbar, buffering the ground out of the equation. This results in significant increase in dynamic range while lowering noise substantially. There are transformer balanced direct outputs and inserts on all channels. The Stereo Bus champions The Wunderbahn and has three Stereo Amplifier choices: Wunder, 1272, and the 312.


The Routing Modules

The 1046 Routing modules are fully transformer balanced Class-A Discrete. Each channel has a monitor fader that is flip-able with the main channel fader. Also featured are six buses with illuminated switches, four auxes that are switchable pre or post, Pan Defeat, 48V phantom, and "Opto Silent" mute. If the console is short loaded, the Routing modules will act as a transformer-balanced inputs.

The Master Section

The Master Section includes a Control Room Monitor for monitoring six stereo sources, including buses. Mono, Dim, Mute, and Solo Clear are on large illuminated switches. Select from 3 sets of speakers or a headphone amp with separate volume control. The internal routing of sub groups to the stereo bus eliminates external patching, sparing monitor faders. The Eight-fader monitor section includes solo, pan, and placement into any of the buses. Talkback into any bus/aux is either latching, momentary, or remote. The master section has a large Illuminated master PFL, AFL Solo switch with Solo level. Other features include: P&G 100mm Conductive Plastic Faders, thick hardwood end-cheeks in an unlimited choice of hardwoods, and full leather armrest.

Board Sizes

Available in 12 channel increments from 12-60 channels.
12 channels, 20 monitors, 1 Powerbar PSU, Exquisite Trim.

24 channels, 32 monitors, 1 Powerbar PSU, Exquisite Trim.

36 channels, 44 monitors, 2 Powerbar PSU's, Exquisite Trim.    

48 channels, 56 monitors, 2 Powerbar PSU's, Exquisite Trim.   

60 channel, 68 monitors, 2 Powerbar PSU's, Exquisite Trim.           

Exquisite Trim is 1.5" Solid hardwood (Oak, Walnut, or Roasted Coffee Bean Birch) and includes End Caps and Meter Bridge and Black or Brown Top Grain Leather Armrest.


NEW Exotic Wood package upgrades to an unlimited choice of wood. 

DAW or MIDI controlled Motorized P&G fader.         

Patch bay section for 8x 19" wide patch bays (bays not included).

Center section for 23" flat screen monitor (monitor not included).  

Insert enable/defeat panel via light-pipe buttons. - (Available on the TT patch bay section only)

Stereo Bus inserts.

Wunderbar stand w/ Black Hammerite Finish.

"I love it! It sounds

Wow, I was pretty blown away. I couldn't tell if it was just quality of the tracks or the openness of the console but everything sounded great. It was effortless to mix. Sound and simplicity was stellar. Bravo. – Joe Chiccarelli




"Ever since the Wunder Audio Wunderbar console arrived, we practically don’t need our mass of mic preamps anymore, because everything on that console is so good."

- Stephan Jenkins, Third Eye Blind

buyitROUND buyitROUND