Dynacord Launches U Series of Budget-Friendly, Single-Zone Amplifiers for ProAV Applications 

Dynacord U Series Amplifier
Dynacord introduced the U Series of budget-friendly single-channel mixer amplifiers and power amplifiers. These are aimed at installers and consultants specifying background music and paging applications that do not require life safety compliance, complex networking or higher SPL levels.

The U Series delivers single-zone audio in high-impedance installations in smaller commercial spaces such as cafes, shops and offices. With versatile power output options, the U Series ensures tailored performance for their specific needs. The series consists of six models offering a variety of power options to ensure optimal performance across different settings: four mixer amplifiers with 30, 60, 120 and 240 watts, and two power amplifiers with 120 and 240 watts. The U Series can be deployed in standalone applications as well as being seamlessly integrated into existing installations, while the power amplifier models are a great option to be utilized as auxiliary amps in larger system designs – for instance, when newly created zones require amplification.

U Series mixer amplifiers provide front access for main gain, channel levels and tone adjustments. Two mic/line and two aux inputs are available to connect external devices such as microphones, a paging station or music players. The models can drive high-Z or low-Z speaker lines, feature phantom power for the microphone inputs and a switchable high-pass filter at 120 Hz. Also included are an emergency override input for integration with a PA/VA system, a chime when used with a paging station and VOX ducking. The configuration is performed easily with DIP switches that are located on the rear of the devices; a contact closure port for remote power on/off functionality is also available.

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All controls for the two power amplifier models are securely located at the back, designed to prevent unintended or unauthorized changes, adhering to a “set and forget” usability principle.