D&R - History


D&R was founded in March 1973 by (D)uco de Rijk and(&) (R)onnie Goene. Their aim was to design and manufacture affordable and high quality mixing desks. At first the main markt were PA mixers. After that, D&R went into the studio recording sector and the world of broadcasting.

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