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Apr 20, 2012 I have a dead mint but sick early Dyna Stereo 70. The guy who sold it to me (for next to nothing because it hadn't been used in 40 years) told me if I got it fixed to remember to check the 7199 tubes in there frequently. The Dynaco ST-35 was a very special amplifier because of its very small size, and fantastic sound which it produced in spite of its small size. It measured 13 in(L) X 5 in(W) X 4 in(H). For a small amplifier it weighed a lot - 16 pounds. 1 High Performance Power Supply Modifications to an ST-35 Including Individual EFB Bias —– not your mother’s Dynaco ST-35 rebuild. By Arthur Grannell.
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Hi there; I know that there is at least one other member who is very interested in classic Dynaco. If there is enough interest from the members, perhaps, Mark, may create a Dynaco discusion group. Classic Dynaco was tube, solid state and speakers. There has been a zillion mods, well ok, maybe hundreds perhaps of their electronics. If anyone is interested, write on this topic your specific Dynaco interest, reading, writing, modifications or thoughts, please.
If there is enough interest, I will personally write to Edward T Dell, publisher of The Audio Amateur, now known as, Audio Electronics. See if we can post some, or all of their past articles at no charge, but with due credit, here. The Audio Amatuer magazine, was published from about 1970 up to the '90's. It was merged with several other offerings, The Speaker Builder and Glass Audio, also from, The Audio Amatuer Corporation. I was a subscribing member for several decades, I kept all of the back issues, well, I still can't find my last box of them though. Now is your chance to start up a Dynaco discussion group.
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There is a visually beautiful site at; This has pages just like the manufacturers spec sheets, some modifications and links. There is no discussion group and it is not being up-dated as well. Now is your chance.
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Howdy Vern, At work on my lunch break. A Dynaco group sounds like fun. I have a few pieces myself: Amp ST-70 Upgraded caps and resistors Amp ST-70 Stock (possible Curcio upgrades) Amp ST-120 Stock Pre-Amp Pas-3 Stock Pre-Amp Pas-2x Stock (Possible Curcio upgrades) Pre-Amp Pat-4 Stock Tuner FM-3 Stock Speakers A25WV Quadaptor splitting the feed from the ST-120 to a pair of AR-3a's. There is a Dynaco Speaker page (I have the link at home) that has a pretty good listing of their speaker line and the differences. James Geez, I didn't know I had this much Dynaco gear. >Howdy Vern, > >At work on my lunch break.
A Dynaco group sounds like fun. I >have a few pieces myself: > >Amp ST-70 Upgraded caps and resistors >Amp ST-70 Stock (possible Curcio upgrades) >Amp ST-120 Stock >Pre-Amp Pas-3 Stock >Pre-Amp Pas-2x Stock (Possible Curcio upgrades) >Pre-Amp Pat-4 Stock >Tuner FM-3 Stock >Speakers A25WV >Quadaptor splitting the feed from the ST-120 to a pair of >AR-3a's. > >There is a Dynaco Speaker page (I have the link at home) that >has a pretty good listing of their speaker line and the >differences.
> >James > >Geez, I didn't know I had this much Dynaco gear. > Hi James; A few pieces, yeah sure, your wife certainly should not let you out the door by the looks of it, and definitely not near garage sales. Lol James, you really have a really exceptionally nice and understanding wife. She is a keeper for sure. I think you need a computer database just to keep track of your various components and in which room. Lol You are the first responder I see to this topic, a great way to start the topic too.
If there is more of this type of response, everything is looking very positive. Have a great day, James.
A few pieces. I'd love a Dynaco discussion! My dad built an SCA-35 and an FM3 when I was like 5 years old.