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Contour 60i User manual


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Back in 1977, Dynaudio’s founder, Wilfried Ehrenholz, was dissatisfied by the hi-fi speakers he’d been listening to, so he began the Dynaudio story by building his own: mounting drivers made by other companies in modified off-the-shelf cabinets, and blending the systems with his own crossover designs. But Wilfried still wasn't satisfied. He came to realise that he could only get the speaker performance he aspired to if he designed and made as many components as possible himself. And we all know there’s sometimes only one way to get something right: do it yourself.

Your new Dynaudio speakers have a direct link back to Wilfried’s commitment to retaining control of all the vital components, design, engineering and manufacture. And that, in today’s interconnected and badge-engineered commercial world, makes Dynaudio a very unusual organisation.

The paragraphs and illustrations of Dynaudio user manuals will help you get the best from your speakers and should provide all the guidance you need. But if you have further questions there are extensive support and FAQ resources available via the Dynaudio website.

Dynaudio manuals start with a little housekeeping and a few obligatory notes of caution, and continue with sections on speaker positioning, speaker connections, speakers in use, and speaker care.


High sound-pressure levels

Listening to high sound pressure levels over extended periods can damage hearing.


Floor spikes

Some Dynaudio speakers and stands are equipped with floor spikes. Floor spikes can cause injury or damage sensitive surfaces if not handled carefully.


Speakers on stands

Speakers mounted on floor stands should always be restrained on the stand top-plate by rubber pads or similar adhesive materials. Speakers mounted on stands without top-plate restraint can fall and potentially cause injury.