The Dynamic Compacting (DC) method is promising method to produce considerable-size nonporous wares. The phenomenon is based on the impact of shock wave on the initial powders of amorphous alloys. Every time when the shock wave propagates through the bulk of substance then the temperature rises substantially. Therefore there is a need of study of the DC’s effect on the structure and properties of the amorphous alloys. The results of the thermal analysis (in particular, Differential Scanning Calorimetry) of the samples of the soft magnetic alloys are presented in the report. These results concern with amorphous alloys of 5BDSR, GM414, 10NSR trademarks before DC and after DC, respectively. It is shown there is single low-temperature endothermic peak (near 300C) and there are several high temperature exothermic peaks (near 540C, 650C, and 700C). The first peak is related to glass-transition, the following peaks are related to formation of nano-crystalline phases. It was proved by XRD analysis data. The optimal regimes of the thermal processing of final wares were chosen on the base of thermal- and XRD-analysis. The study of the effects of these regimes on the properties (magnetic conductivity, specific losses etc.) of the circular magnetic conductors was executed. In particular, thermal- as well as thermo-magnetic processing of magnetic conductors based on 5BDSR amorphous alloy (after DC) essentially improves their magnetic properties. For example, magnetic conductivity fÝ increases approximately by factor 17 with respect to the magnitude before DC.