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Dynaco Mark III modification

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Posted on December 3, 2015 at 01:03:05
miha_ru
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Hello to everybody! I need a help. I have two abovementioned monoblocks and enjoy its manner of sound, but I'm in doubt about a sound fidelity because some elements are absent on the driver board and PCB connections were changed. So I have two variants: 1. leave it as is 2. try to restore it according to the original scheme. Any ideas? I've attached a link with several pictures.

 

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RE: Dynaco Mark III modification, posted on December 3, 2015 at 07:46:36
petercapo
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One of the problems with acquiring an amp like this, having apparently home-grown modifications, is a lack of documentation describing what was done.

As long as it is functioning and you like the way it sounds, you might leave it as it is. To be able to work with the existing modifications in the event of problems, you'd have to trace-out the circuit with your eyes and reverse-engineer a schematic.

If problems arise that are too difficult to resolve while retaining the existing modifications, then you might consider taking it apart and rebuilding it to the original Dynaco configuration or consider one of the "mods" that are available and documented.

 

RE: Dynaco Mark III modification, posted on December 3, 2015 at 22:18:10
miha_ru
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Thanks a lot! I'm sharing your opinion ))

 

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