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DMP3160 was a 9-pin printer manufactured by Amstrad.


This was a fairly typical 9-pin Dot-matrix printer with Epson and IBM standards compatibility.

General Specifications

For (detailed) general information about Amstrad/Scheider printers, see:

DMP4000 Mechanics.jpg

Technical Specifications

Head: 9-pin, exchangable
Print speed: Draft - 160cps
NLQ - 40cps
sign matrix: 9x9 or 9x10
sign size: 2,1x2,55mm
input voltage: 220 - 240V 50Hz
Weight: 4,2kg



  • DMP3160 announced in ACU 87-09 page 7.
  • DMP3160 Review in PC Schneider International September 1987.
  • DMP2000/DMP3160 Adverts for the "new" DMP3160 occurred in ACU 87-11 page 17, ACU 87-12 page 9, ACU 88-01 page 7.



  • DMP3160 ROM Image (32K EPROM, complete; there is no extra ROM in the CPU chip) (dumped from a spanish printer, but should be same for all countries)