Why choose Dynacord amplifiers?
Hundreds of thousands of amplfiers made by Dynacord are driving sound systems all over the world, from bands and DJ’s to high‑profile installations and local touring. Dynacord audio matrices are equipped with the most advanced DSP, offering comprehensive supervision and system control.
What is a Dynacord audio matrix?
Dynacord audio matrices are equipped with the most advanced DSP, offering comprehensive supervision and system control. Designed for fixed installation and live sound applications, Dynacord audio matrices support networked, IP-based processing and Dante audio.
Why choose sounddynacord for your sound system?
Dynacord’s sound system software will help you to create dedicated solutions for every-day sound system requirements. Dynacord together with our certified partners, are ready to help support you through planning, purchase, and setup.
Where can I find instructions for use with Dynacord suture?
Instructions for use are found in the information that accompanied the product packaging. DYNACORD™ Suture innovative technology has been designed to maintain a more stable repair environment as compared to tested sutures currently on the market.
For more than 60 years, Dynacord has been known for high‑quality, reliable amplification. Hundreds of thousands of amplfiers made by Dynacord are driving sound systems all over the world, from bands and DJ’s to high‑profile installations and local touring.
Why choose drivedynacord?
Dynacord has always been at the forefront of networked audio. With our parent company Bosch being a founding member of the OCA Alliance, we have helped to drive the development of IP technology in the audio industry, creating products that understand multiple languages and work to all standards.
What makes Dynacord tgx20 amplifiers unique?
They embody several proprietary amplifier technologies developed by Dynacord engineering, one of the most experienced R&D teams in the audio industry. A preconfigured System rack is available, including three TGX20 DSP amplifiers, power distribution, input and output interfaces and network redundancy.