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Superb Quality but Terrible Customer Support (Dynacord - PowerMate 1600)

By Robert Nicklas, 06/06/2018
I have a Powermate 1600 which is irreparable due to Dynacord Policy. I loved using this desk. Very user friendly, robust, huge power, all the inputs and outputs you could need, fantastic effects, I could rave about it for hours. The trouble is it has developed a fault and Dynacord will not release the schematic. Three different, highly reputable service engineers have told me that Dynacord are unique in not helping customers in this respect. This renders Dynacord products irreparable. If they had good customer relations I would recommend but I am forced to say do not buy.

Digital reverb schematic diagram needed. (Laney - TH16:2PD)

By carrjoe16, 26/03/2018
I have a problem with this model. I would like to obtain the schematic diagram for the digital reverb if anybody might have it. The digital reverb is not working properly and my technician needs to have the user manual guide to find where the fault is. Thank you. Joe Carr

Roland PA-250, full of raw character (Roland - PA-250)

By ostramusic, 30/11/2016
I found this mixer by pure chance at a secondhand market two years ago, its big, white-on-black Roland logo had aroused me among all the stuff that surrounded it.
According to the seller, it had belonged to his father who used and abused it for parties in the country.

Beware, it weighs a ton! I had to get a Uber to get back home with it!

It’s an 8-mono channel mixer, each with a basic (low/high) EQ, an output gain control and an FX section (delay & reverb generated from aspring reverb within the table).

When I got this, I mostly had non-analog, mostly digital gear, such as Kork/Elektron (which can sound a bit cold sometimes) and this mixer mostly helped me to bring their sounds alive.
It’s perfect to warm sounds up, it adds a bit of analog dirt to anything that goes through it.
Sprinkle the whole with the adequate amount of internal FX or even distortion by getting it into the red and a metallic-sounding synth turns into a LO-FI organic beast (ala LIES Records/ Lobster Theremin/ MORD etc).

A real pleasure, but definitely not for someone looking for a neutral-sounding mixer that would provide a neutral sound without a hiss or hum.
It blows, spits and distorts sounds if you want it to – in a word, it sounds alive!

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[NAMM] Peavey XR-AT powered mixer

Published on 01/28/14
Peavey will launch this year a new powered mixer called XR-AT, which was unveiled at Winter NAMM Show and features the Auto-Tune system.

[NAMM] Peavey PV 5300

Published on 01/20/12

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