Eisen Audio is an electronics manufacturing services provider operated by Jens Jungkurth, in New York City, since 2005.
We are dedicated to the development, production, and preservation of analog audio hardware.
We pursue this mission with a life-long passion for recorded sound, and a background spanning the disciplines of electrical engineering, recording studio systems, as well as music production and performance.
Recognizing the dynamic niche of high-end audio, Eisen receives experienced consulting from our colleagues, guiding perspective from our service clients, and trusted feedback from our loyal end-users worldwide.
What We Do
Eisen Audio designs, manufactures, maintains, and modifies premium (commonly referred to as "boutique" or "high end") professional audio equipment, specifically analog signal processors primarily intended for the recording and mixing of music.
Aside from carrying out these activities under the Eisen Audio name, we also develop products for third-party brands, and will service select lines of unsupported vintage equipment.
Where We Are Located
As of 2012, Eisen Audio has relocated to a private facility in Gowanus, Brooklyn in order to expand our contract manufacturing services. Please contact us for more information.
For nearly seven years, Eisen Audio was graciously hosted by our friend, Matt Marinelli, in his Coral Sound tech shop, headquartered at the EXILE building (est. 1933) in the historic Long Island City section of the New York City borough of Queens.
Since the 1940s, this sprawling industrial area has been home to many audio-related businesses. Fairchild Recording Equipment Corporation made their legendary vacuum tube limiters on 45th Ave, New Sensor Corp imports most of North America's vacuum tubes and manufactures Electro-Harmonix signal processors on 47th Ave, and in 1997 Purple Audio Inc. moved to the EXILE building near 40th Ave to produce the revered MC76 (now MC77) compressor in greater volume. New Yorks famous Silvercup and Kaufman Astoria film and television studios are also nearby, and our clients tell us that more recording studios are relocating here each year.
Presently, the tech shop at EXILE hosts Matt Marinelli/ Coral Sound, Inc., alongside EXILE Recording Studios. Honored alumni include Purple Audio Inc (now Purple Audio LLC in Pennsylvania) and John Klett/ Tech Mecca, Inc.
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