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I am not like most people whose posts I have read here. While not quite up there with Dave, Eli, Mikey, etc., I do know my way around a circuit and which end of a soldering iron to hold. My main issue with these boards was that they moved the balance control input position, once I checked the circuitry I figured out what had been done and how to properly use these boards, which I feel are fine products, maybe not as good as Dave's, but not some piece of shit either, I could see that from the pics on ebay. To dismiss ebay as some junk shop of parts is extremely ignorant, I have bought and sold many pieces with no issues at all, and that includes Chinese and Russian parts. Caveat Emptor is certainly valid in ANY dealings in life, particularly with businesses as a customer (oh how they screw us!) to being an employee of most businesses. That doesn't mean you don't use one, just use caution.

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