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Dynacord

Dynacord was founded way back in 1945/46 by Werner Pinternagel in Germany. Dynacord began making tube amplifiers and eventually branched out into all professional audio products. They enjoyed success in the 1980s with the range of digital reverbs. In 1990 Dynacord was sold to the American company Telex Communications. Dynacord has been part of the BOSCH security system group since January 1st, 2006 . Amplifiers, mixers and loudspeakers are still sold under the Dynacord brand.

Dynacord DRP-15 Reverb Processor

The Dynacord DRP-15 provides numerous varying effects in 100 pre-set programs and 126 freely programmable memory locations. A maximum of six effects can be used in the multi-effects structures at one time.

Dynacord DRP 20 Digital Reverb Processor

The Dynacord DRP 20 Digital Reverb Processor is without a doubt the most popular digital reverb in the Dynacord range from the 80s period. We have very little information on the Dynacord DRP 20 other than the information below which was translated from a German document. If you have anything in English on this processor please let us know.

Dynacord PDD 14 Digital Delay

The Dynacord PDD 14 released in 1984, is a studio-grade, programmable Digital Delay designed and manufactured in Germany. Up to eight different sounds can be programmed into the non-volatile memory and accessed directly. There is also the possibility to alter the stored programs without altering the memory contents.

Dynacord DRS 78 Digital Reverberation System

The first point of make clear about the Dynacord DRS 78 is that it is a digital echo and reverb system in a three rack unit high enclosure. Besides giving a very wide range of reverb and echo effects it produces above all true and absolutely natural reverb effects as they have been obtainable so far only in studios or in cathedrals.
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