In the field of dynamics and control, some typical vibration devices, including grounded stiffness, inerter and amplifying mechanism, have good vibration isolation and reduction effects, especially in dynamic vibration absorber (DVA). However, most of the current research studies only focus on the performance of a single device on the system, and those DVAs are gradually becoming difficult to meet the growth of performance demand for vibration control. On the basis of Voigt dynamic vibration absorber, a novel dynamic vibration absorber model based on the combined structure of grounded stiffness, inerter, and amplifying mechanism is presented, and the analytical solution of the optimal design formula is derived. First, the motion differential equation of the system is established, and the normalized amplitude amplification factor of the displacement is calculated. It is found that the system has three fixed points unrelated to the damping ratio. The optimal frequency ratio is obtained based on the fixed-point theory. In order to ensure the stability of the system, it is found that inappropriate inerter coefficient will cause the system instable when screening optimal grounded stiffness ratio. Accordingly, the best working range of inerter is determined. Finally, optimal grounded stiffness ratio and approximate optimal damping ratio are also obtained. The influence of inerter coefficient and magnification ratio on the response of the primary system is analyzed. The correctness of the derived analytical solution is verified by numerical simulation. Compared with other dynamic vibration absorbers, it is verified that presented model has superior vibration absorption performance and provides a theoretical basis for the design of a new type of dynamic vibration absorbers.