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argonrepublic 24th May 2005 01:40 AM

Dynamix 20-4-2 console
 
Does anybody out there know about Dynamix. I only know that it was made in England. Any information would be greatly appreciated.

Enzo 24th May 2005 02:29 AM

Never heard of them, but googling "dynamix 20-4-2" got a bunch of relevant looking responses.

argonrepublic 24th May 2005 03:19 AM

dynamix
 
Surprising how many different sites. I usually use yahoo which is supposed to be powered by google. Unfortunately there were only a few more sites but they didn't translate well.
Great trip thanks
I am going to try to fing some UK serarch engines

Enzo 25th May 2005 02:10 AM

You might drop an email to the guys at Mix magazine if it is a fancy mixer, or otherwise EQ magazine if it is more suited to a project studio. Both are focused on the recording arts. Perhaps they can answer the question.

www.mixonline.com

www.eqmag.com

djchrisquad 8th June 2005 09:24 AM

dynamix 20-4-2
 
I have the same mixer its an excellent desk ,but three years ago due to over laod the amplifer in the mixer gave way,all the mosfets on the internal power amplifer have given way so I am unable to find any replacement , if there is a replacement for those ,mosfets please let me know

PeterOdk 2nd September 2005 12:30 PM

I own one as well
 
I asked the same questions some time ago in an other forum and this is the info I got.

http://www.4sync.com/rc/msg/disc_dis...=0&forum_name=

I still own the 20-4-2 but I bought a Soundcraft studio 24-8-4 for my home recording studio instead.

But I am thinking about restoring the old dynamix and get it up and running again. I have a couple of dead faders and some completely dead channels.

I have found a few other dynamix users/owners and I was actually thinking about starting a dynamix group somewhere.

Does anyone know where we could start this group?

for now I can host the group at www.sonicmush.dk/dynamix

If someone can help me with the site we can stay there

/ Peter

DSP_Geek 2nd September 2005 06:16 PM

Re: dynamix
 
Quote:

Originally posted by argonrepublic
Surprising how many different sites. I usually use yahoo which is supposed to be powered by google. Unfortunately there were only a few more sites but they didn't translate well.
Great trip thanks
I am going to try to fing some UK serarch engines

Yahoo replaced Google in February 2004, just a couple of months before the Google IPO. Not that it made much difference to the Goosters, mind.

As for UK pages, try google.co.uk .


Francois.


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