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RE: Last Pas by David Vorhis

I see a couple of contenders, but I'm not spotting it, Mark. My first choice was the piece directly above the turntable, but that looks too short to be a PAS chassis. Not that it couldn't have been built in something else though.

The gold unit next to that looks like a possibility, but the number of knobs doesn't equate. I built mine with one knob for the volume control, and three small switches; Line Stage/Phono, two auxiliary inputs (functional when first switch is in "Line Stage" position), and a Stereo/Mono switch.

I don't see the mammoth filament cap bank sitting behind any of them, which is also hindering my search for yours.

You're going to have to tell me which one it is.

"Suddenly, I'm not half the man I used to be. 'Cause now I'm an amputee" J. Lennon

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