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In Reply to: Dynaco A-25's little brothers posted by Byrd69 on January 12, 2007 at 17:17:43:
My mother has a pair of some such that I bought her near 30 years ago. It may be a little smaller, think it has a D or X in the model number. Has a grillcloth that covers the front and wraps over the top a little, IIRC. Any ideas about those?
They offered at least these models:
A-10, A-15, A-20, A-25, A-30, A-35, A-40, A-50, A-100, A-150 and quite a few others plus MkII versions of most of these. None were outstanding in terms of performance but were more solidly built than the more common Japanese models.
Set of Dynaco's, but I'm not sure. My roommate had them when I was in college, and the ones I saw today looked similar. No markings on these, just plain canvas grills and 'Made in Denmark' stamped around the terminals on the back. Looks like the woofers had beed replaced with something with a huge dark rubber surround and something didn't quite exactly fit the hole. For $25 I would have brought them home for a closer look, but my garage is too full already.
I had a set that fit that description years ago. They were very advanced in design for their day and did have rubber surrounds and I believe a dome tweeter. They were made by Seas I believe. They sounded rather thick and slow though. I always liked the KLH of the day the best of the affordable lot.
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