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Old 29th October 2019, 10:12 AM   #1
Damo s is offline Damo s  United Kingdom
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Default Dynacord L series amps

Anyone know much about these amps? In particular the 3600. There doesnt seem to be a huge amount of useful info or tech reviews on them. Im not bothered about the weight and these will end probably up running subs in the long run so trying to avoid class D if I can (which these are not). They seem to pack a fair punch for the price.
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Old 10th November 2019, 06:24 PM   #2
BrickBait is offline BrickBait  Denmark
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Rock solid and really really good sounding amps!!
I would love to own some again. I really regret that i sold my units. Mint condition, bought from a cinema. Wasnt cheap, but worth every Penny...
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Old 26th March 2020, 02:18 AM   #3
Gorgesoundandlight is offline Gorgesoundandlight  United States
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same as EV P series. Dynacord was the OEM for EV. At the age, you would want to do a Preventive Maintenance pass. Check for bias drift. Properly tuned, these are great sounding amps. They be heavy for sure but hp the audio quality is pristine.

Mine are all out of my racks though. Replaced them with QSC PLX and PLX-2's. That cut 70 pounds per rack, 4 racks...

I still have a few EV P2000's, P1200"s and a single Dynacord L1000 (same as the P1200). I tell myself they are spares .. in reality they are just holding my shop down in case of seismic event :-)
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Old 1st April 2020, 11:52 AM   #4
maggusxy is offline maggusxy  Germany
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I also have two of the old Dynacord L1000's from 1994!
They are still working without any problems today and I'm using them for driving the Horntops of my PA system. No problem at all. Thought already a couple of times to exchange the amps to a new 4-channel Class-D for the system... But I guess those amps will never ever fail. So I will keep them as long as possible.

But there are new L-series amps meanwhile and I guess you are talking about that family. I didn't had the new ones in my hand.
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