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3 stere low level: RIAA phono,
NAB tpe head (7%") "Speial"
(optional second phono, micro
phone, etc.1. 4 stereo high level :
FM-AM, FM-Multiplex, Spare,
Tape output. Audio output.
Selector, Volume, Balance, Blend.
Individual Treble and Bas for each
channel, Tape Monitor, Ludness,
Scratch Filter, Power.
Tone Control Range:
14 db at 20,000 cycles. m 20 db
at 20 cycles.
Ls ta 0.05% intermodulation at
2 volts (suf cient output to drive
ay amIer) Distortion does not
increase at lower settings of volume
control. Haonic distortion blow
the measurement capabilities of
regular commercia I grade test
.5 db 10 cp t 40 kc. Response
not afected by position of volum
Transient performance: Pa ses squr wave without ringing
and with mjrmum defortnation
from 20 cps to 20,000 cps. No over-
shoot or bounc on pulse type sig
nals. Instantaneous recovery from
Hum and noise: 2 microvolt eqwvalent noise on
RIAA. 74 db below level of 1 miJii
volt signal.
Gain: 6 db at 1,000 cycles on RIAA; 60
db on Tap Head; 20 db on Radio
and other high level input.
Output impedance 1,00 ohms; ter
minating impedance 10,00 ohms
or higher. Lw level iput i
pedanc 50,000 ohms; high level
input impedance 250,00 ohms.
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The Dynaco PAS-3X stereo preamplifer is a versatile two
channel control center which permits either monophonic or
stereophonic reprouction from any program source (rec
ords, tap, microphone, radio tuner) with any modern
amplifer. This preamplifer design is most renowned for its
low noise and low distortion, and it provides striking simpl ic
ity of operation while retaining full fexibility for the enthu
siast's subtle adjustments.
The circuit of te Dynakit is unique, and is a subjet of
patent applications. All stges are encloe in fedback
lops and are adjuste for an abolute minimum of distor
tion and noise. Signals going through the preamplifer are
not audibly change by pasage through this instrument,
proving that its characteristic are ideal , since the goal of
any high fdelity euipment is amplifcation and reproduc
tion of the original signal without change.
Th preamplifer esentially has fve part. The power
upply is one part and i common t bth channels. This
power supply contains a full-wave rectifier and a powe.
transformer. A separate retifying system is use to provide
diret current to heat the flament of the tub. This is one
of the reasons why there is practically no hum in the Dna
The remaining four setion have several functions. There
are eualizer-amplifer stage: high-gain circuits designe
to bring up the level of such device as magnetic phonograph
cartridge and at the sme time t impoe the propr play
back characteristic on the freuency respone. There is one
of thee stage for left and another for the right sterephonic
channels. The remaining two sections consist of the two
amplifying-tone control stagP., one for left and on for right
channel. High level signals uch a those from a radio tuner
are fe through the stage, and the functions of volume
control, tone control, and similar cntrol functions are
accomplishe at thee points in the circuH.
Although fe left and right channels are es ntially inde
pendent, sme control function are common to both chan
nels t facilitte u. For example, one volume control
controls the volume of both channels simultneusly. A bal
ance control is used to adjust the rlative levels betwen the
channels. A blend control, a unique Dynaco feature, permit
cntrollable reduction of the sterephonic effet in order t
eliminate any posibili ty of a "hole in the middle" which
characteriz some types of sterephonic source material
The selector switch also controls both chanels simultne
ously as do the subidiary switching function of scratch
flter, loudnes, etc. However, the tone controls for each
channel are independent, becaus it has ben found that
each channel must individualJy be adjusted for tonal balance
because of diference betwen loudsp akers and rom
acoustic, which reuire such balancing in order to obtain
optimum stereophonic efet.
Some of the hidden attribute of
our Dynakit lie in the
unusual circuit arrangement in which there is no possibility
of overloading of input regardles of tho output signal of
the program sourc, nor is there any freuency discrimina
tion a the volume is lowered. Thee common ailment of
other design have been completel
eliminated in the Dyna
kit circuit. Some other built in advantge which are not
obvious are covered in te following stion which concerns
the application of the Dynakit.
Your D
nakt preamplifer has ben deigned to give you
long time performance, e of operation, and complete fex
ibility t handle all contol reuirement of both simple and
elabrate Hi Fi systems. It serve a a central point of the
entire Hi Fi s
stem to which everything else connects. On
the rear of the naktar all of the input and output cn
nections. These come in two groups. The uppr row is for
the left or "A" channel The lower row is for the right or
"B" channel. If your Dynakit is use monophonically only,
you can u te uppr row alone, although in some extremely
cmpl ex monophonic syste it might be deirable t use the
lower row a a duplicate set of input, doubling tbe number
of pssible signal source. However, since there are inputs
for sven source on either row, thee should take care of
practical ly all reuirement.
Two of the socket for each charuml are for output. One
of the e, marked "audio output," is connected to your power
amplifier or amplifiers. Th other, marked "tap out," goes
into the high level signal input of a tpe recorder if one is
used in the system. The input marked "radio" on the tape
recorder can be ue for thi function. When using t con
nection, any signals going through the preamplifer can be
rerde by turnig on the tpe recrder while the norma]
playing and operation of the preamplifer are not afecte.
There are a large number of input for each channel. The
thre low level inputs (which incl ude necesary equaliza
tion facilitie for low level sourc matria)) are for magnetic
phonograph cartridge, tape head ( in a tpe dek which do
not have its own eletronic amplifcation), and "spcial."
This special input can be used for a variety of functions
including an extra phonograph, microphone, a diferent
equalization characteristic, etc.
There are four high level input for each channeL One of
thee is for radio, one for multiplex, on for tape recorder
outpul (for tpe recrders which have their own builL in pre
amplifers) , and a spare which cn be use for TV sets or
other high level input sources. If you do not have a multiplex
adaptr or FM tuner with built in mul tiplex output, the
multiplex input cn be used as an auxiliary high level input
Also on the back of your preamplifer are four A outlets.
Two of thee are switched on and of with the front panel
'"on-of" switch, and two are on all of the time. Switche
outlet cn be ue to power your amplifer and tuner, and
thee will go on and off when you switch the preamplifier on
and of. The un-switched outlets should b use for d vice
like the record player or tpe recrder in which mechanical
. witch-of at th apparatus is desirabl .
The cord come out of the back panel, and this should
not be plugged .n until you are familiar with the function of
all of the controls. When it is plugge in it should be in an
AC power source only. This preampler will not work on
DC current.
The front panel contains all of the operating controls and
switches. These will b discused in turn.
Selector Switch
The selector switch is used to pick the program source t
which you want to l isten. When switching rrom one input to
another this switch takes care of bth channels simultane-
ously and also includes the necessary changes i eualiz
tion for the diferent program material. Below this switch is
a small slide switch labeled 'APEIPU'. This is part of the
selection function. When this switch is on "input" (this
is the normal position ), all program material to which the
selector switch is st comes through the entire preamplifer.
When this switch is on "tape," the only signal which can
b heard through the preamplifer is a signal which is
applied to the tape input socket-normlly the output of a
tape playback machine. However, while the switch is on
"tape," the signal source to which the selector switch is
set will be available at the tape output socket on the rear.
The reason for this arrangement is that a tape machine
which has an extr head for monitor purposes can be
recording the program material selected by the selector
switch while fipping the TAPE-INPUT switch back and forth
permits the user to compare the sound source material with
the sound from th tape machine-enabling an A-B com
parisn of the recording process.
Volume Control
The output of both channels is con troll d siruJtaneously
by the volume control. This specially chosen control gives
close tra king of the two stereo channels so that the pro
gram material will remain in balance over most of the
range of the volume control. 'h tap r rat of Ulis control
is chosen to provide a slow increase in volume over the
frst half of rotation and a more rapid volume increas
above 12 o'clock. This enables most satisfactory operation
with both low and high efficiency sp akers. Blow the vol
ume control is the loudness switch which permits you to
add loudness compenstion at lower level s ttings of th
volum control. Because the ear is not as sensitiv to ex
tr me frequencies at low lev Is of sound, when music is
"layed softly, it sounds thinner. Th loudn ss compensa
tion gives incr as d bass below 400 ycles and ffectiv ly
moves the list-ener toward th front of t concert hall.
When the swit h is of, there is no frequency discrimina
tion in the volume control circuit, and this will be preferred
by th high fdelity purist, but most )j teners wm fnd that
its use in mode<ation will add njoyment for listening at
low levels. This sonk corr ction do s not add boom or
muddiness to the reproduction.
Blend 6wirch [6rereo-Mono SeIec:or}
This switch Fulflls the function of blending th propram
material. At extreme count r-clockwlse position the two
stere channels are completely independent. As the control
is rotted clockwi e, th tere efec is progresively elimi
nated. When the control passes th cnter poition to the
point mark d "A + B," the two stt-reo channels are being
added together. This is the prop r p sition for playing mono
phonic records a it is desirable to combine the sound
channels for maximum fidelity when playing monophonic
di cs. The two position lab led "A" and ''B 'are positions in
which monophonic sound sources are sent through boLh
speaker channels. When on "A,'' the left input source appears
through both; when on "B," the right input source appears
through both loudspeakers. For example, if an AM-FM
tuner of the stere type is plugged into the radio socket in
the rear, the "A" position of this witch wm give FM repro
duction through both peakers, and the "B" psition will
give AM reproduction through both speakers. It is al o prac
ticl by U'ing this switch t. u any other pair of input as
separat monophonic sources. For example, it is possible t
u e the "speial" input a a microphone source on the "A"
channel and a monophoni cartridge input on the "B"
Balance Control
Below the stereo-monophonic switch is a control which
adjusts the balance between the two channels. In center {i
tion eual signals go through both channels. Rotation to one
side or the other reduces the signal in one channel. This is a
fuU range control which will permit cutting out sound from
one channel completely. The need for balancing exists b
cause some program source are not balanced accurately,
and it is also possibl e that the two loudspeakers being use
have diferent efcrencies. Thus a certain amount of balanc
ing is semi-permanent in nature while other balancing func
tions vary from program source to program sourc. Thus it
is frequently necessary to rebalanc when changing rEcords
or when switching the slectm switch.
Tone Controls
There are inclividual bas and trebl cntrols for each
channel. These are of the typ in wllich the center setting is
lat respons without frequency discrimination. These 'on
trois i ncreas or decrease the signal level at freuency ex
t me d pending on whether th y are rotated clockwise or
counter-clockwise. Normal "fiat" use of these controls is in
th c nter poition wi th variation made to correct te tonal
balance to please the tate of the ljstener. It is recomm nded
that thee should be left centered and adjuslments mad
with refer ne to the fats tti ng ratb r than having the user
fall in the habit of pr erving a etting which offers a large
amount of t nal corr ction all th time. The reference pint
hould alwa s be the cent r etling whid1 gives no frequ ncy
discrimination. It i practical als to ue the Lone controls
to correct for record compensation cbaracteristi s of records
of old vi11tag which do not follow the RlAA standard play
back characteristic.
Hclow thc t0n con!ro!s arc loa!cd th scratch filter md
power switch. Th scratch flter, when ' on," gives response
esentia!Jy flat t 7,00 cycles with a rapid roll-of th reafter.
This is a unique confgura tio11 which removes high freufmcy
distortion and noi with practica.l y no ef t n the music.
ince th efect is o high in the audible ran e, the action of
th conhol will hardly be noticeabl u:l s th r i a signif
cant amount of high frequency omponent presnt. How
ever, wher. there is a great deal f hiss r hjgb |ru ncy
distortion, it cn be reduced signifcantly by proper use of
the scratch fter.
Assembly of Lb Dynakitpreamplifier i quit simp! com
pared to general kit asembly equi.rements. This is true b
cause all critical part of the Dynakit are fa tory asmbled
for you on the printe circuit assemblie. Ot r parts ar lJUt
out in th open thr ugh a fee and unclutte1ed l ayout so
ther is easy a cessibility for wiring or tmubl shooting
purpose. onstruction of your Dynak.t should not take
more than abut eight hours beaus _of these simptifcntions.
Upon opening your kit, check the component with te
parts Familiarize yourself with the component; thev
can b identiied by comparison with lh pictorial diagram
and by specifed color coding. Proper C{!or coding will b
mentioned for each resistor as it is use.
Tols reuired fo easy assembly of your Dynakit are
soldering .ron small tip or soldering gun, long .ose pliers,
screwdriver, and wire utters. Although not estial , a low
cost wire stripper and cutter of the type which can b pur
chasd for les than $1.00 will greatly facilitte cutting and
stripping the various leads in the kit.
Go soldering technique is valuable in obtining satis
factory reults from any electronic equipment. ALL SOL
DER. There is no warranty on any euipment in which acid
core solder has been used. Make sure t hat te solder u is
plainly marked "Rosin Core." If you have solder on hand
the origin of which is doubtful it is wie to obtain new 50/50
or 60140 rosin core solder. Whenever soldering is required.
the assembly instructiom specify it by " ( S) . " If this sym
bol is not shown after a connection is specife, it indicates
that further connetions wi ll be made at that point before
Soldering is accomplished by heating the joi nt with the
iron until solder is hot enough to fow when touched to the
joint. It is not desirable to feed the solder to the iron. It
should be fed to the junction of iron and joint. After the sol
der fows, the iron should b held in place for a few seonds
and remove when it is sen that the solder has contcted
both parts of the connection-the lug and the wire to which
it is connected. It should not show a ball of solder but a
smooth transition from solder to component lead.
Before applying solder the joint should be clean and the
lead should be crimped in place so as to have mechanical
security. It is not necessary to wrap leads around contacts
many times. A single tur and pinching together with long
nose pliers is sui table. After soldering. there should be no
play at thP joint if the lead is wiggled with a pair of pl iers.
It is practical to do all sol dering with a pncil type i ron of
low wattage rating. A small tip is extremely usful when
working in a confined space. If a soldering gun is used, it
should be used with discretion since the amount of heat
available is far more than required for soldering light wires.
Component leads should be trimmed a they are used; the
length should be such that the proper connection can be
made from point to point without strain on lugs or compo
net. Care should be exercisPd not to allow wires to touch
one another unl ss they are actually connected to the same
The instructions which follow have been arranged for sim
plified procedure in which the work can be done without
intrference between the various portions of the wiring. It is
recommended that the instructions be followed on a sttp by
step bais, cheeking of each tgP as it is eompiPtP.CI. Tlw
pictorial diagrams should be used for reference and :til con
nections checked against thee before going on to the next
stage. If the wiring is dot methodically and each step
checked carefully, your preamplifier should work without
dificulty as soon as it is cumpll.t.
Mechanical assembly of front panel subassembly
Place the front panel in front of you so that you arl. look
ing at the inside. Note that the pictorial diagram identifies
the parts which are ftted in the various hole. These part
me refened to by abbrPviation'l -BC. for Balance Con
trol, LT for Left Treble, etc:.
1( ) Mount lhe pilot light socket, PL. with #4 hardware,
I thE smalle t siz of scrPws, nuts, and lockwashers
supplied). Insert the #4 screw in the dimpled hole,
place thE sockf't mounting fange over the screw, tlwn
a lockwasher, and fasten securely with a #4 nut
2( ) All four of the slide switches which mount on the
bottom of the panel have threaded holes in their
mounting fange s that lockwashers and nuts are
unnee-'ary. Mount the AC power switch, PS. I te
one with two connecting lugs ) . Note the location of
the conneting lugs of this switch in the pictorial.
Fasten with #4 screws.
3 ( ) Mount the scratch flter switch, FS. The remaining
slide switche are identical with six lugs in each.
Fasten with #4 screws.
4f Mount the loudness switch, LS. Fasten with #4
5 ( Mount the tape monitor switch, MS. Fasten with #4
6\ There are two 750,00 ohm ptentiometers, these are
the left bass control, LB, and the right bas control,
RB. For ease of identifcation when wiring you may
mark the back of these and other controls wit their
symbols. Plac! a '% lockwaher on th shaft of LB
and insert the shaft in the proper hole. Fasten with
a % nut.
7 ( Mount bass control, RB. Use a lockwasher on the
shaft. insert in hole, and fasten with a % nuL
8 ( There are two 400,000 ohm potentiometers; these are
the left tYeble control, LT, and the right treble con
trol, RT. These may also be marked for identifcation
later. Place a % Jockwasher on the shaft of LT and
mount it. Fasten with a _ nut.
91 ) Placf a ', lockwaslwr on the shaft of RT and mount
in lhe propr hol1. Fasten with a % nut.
Be snre that all potPnliometers are mounted with
I heir lusjatnos indicated in the pictorial.
11 Mount the dual 750,000 ohm balance control BC.
Usf a % lockwashPr and nut.
11 ( Mount the blend switch, BS, (switch with one wa
fer). Use a lockwasher and nut. Mount the switch
so that |he rcd dol on thl frame is at lht top.
121 ) Mount the dual 250,000 ohm volume control VC, us
ing a % lockwasher and nut.
The slectr switch, SS, (with three wafers l will b
mounted later after it is wire.
Wiring front panel subassembly
In the following procedure, a number of wires will be con
ncci!'d onlv at onf end. The other ends of thes will be

later when thP sub-assembly is connt>ted to the

main chassis.
HEMINDER- All lengths of wire specifed include 1f4"
at Pach end from which the insulation should b stripped un
le;s otJwr instructions are given for the amount of stripping.
l ( l Twist together a pair of 51/2" black wires. From one
pair of ends connet one to PL lug #l ( S l. Connet
thP othlr to PL lug #2 \ S l.
21 l Twist together a 1 black wire and a 14" black wire
so that one pair of ends are even. From the even pair
of ends connect one to PS lug #1; connect the other
to PS lug #2.
31 ) Trim each lead of the .02 disc capacitor to%". and
slide a V" piece of insulating sleeving over each.
Connect one lead toPS lug #1 (S). Connect the
other lead toPS lug #2 (S). Position the capacitor
under the switch.
4, I Strip one POd of a 2" black wire ]. F<ed the
longer bare end Uough FS lug #4 and connet to
FS lug #1.
.5 I J Fe one end of a 3.3 megohm ( orange-orangegn-en i
reistor through FS l ug #5 and connet to FS l ug #4
I S ) . Connect the other end of the resistor to FS l ug
#6. Leads of reistors shoul d be trimme t o size as
they are ue to make proper and neat connect ions.
61 Connect one end of a 5" red wi re t o FS l ug # 6 ( S J .
7 I Fe one end of a 3. 3 megohm I orange-orange- green )
resistor through FS l ug #2 and connect to FS i ug #5
( S ) . Connect thf' other Pnd t o FS l ug #3. Solder at
I S l ug #2.
8 1 I ConnPct onP fnd o f a 4 1/2 '' grppn wi rP ! o FS l ug #3
( 8 ) .
91 > Connet one end of a .002 mfd tubul ar capaci tor to
RT lug # l I S l . Connect the other end to RB l ug # I .
1 0 1 Connect one end of a .02 mfd tubul ar cpacitor to
LT l ug # l I S l . Connect the other end to LB l ug # l .
1 1 I Connect onP end of a .02 mfd tubul ar cpaci tor to LT
l ug #3 I S I . Connect the other end to FS l ug #1.
1 2 I ConnPt one end of a .02 mfd t ubul ar capacitor to
RT l ug #3 1 S . . Connect the other end to FS l ug # I
I S l .
1 3 I Connect onf end of a 2 lh" rf'd wi re to RB l ug # I I S l .
1 I Connect one end of a 3%'' red wi re to RT lug #2 I S 1 .
1 5 ( I Connect one end of a 3" red wi re to RB l ug #2 1 S ) .
1 61 Cut the 1 + ! lead of a I mfd capaci tor to %".
Connect this I +) end to RB l ug #3 ( 8 ) .
1 7 ( Connect one end of a 3
_" gren wi re to LB l ug # I
( 8 ) .
1 81 Connect one end of a 4 ' grfn wi re t o LT l ug #2
I S ) .
1 91 Connet one end of a J '/j gren wi re t o LB l ug .2
I S ) .
201 Cut the I + ) lead of the remaining 1 mfd capacitor
to %". Connect this I + J end to LB l ug #3 I S ) .
NOTE: The lugs of the switch BS are counted counter
clockwie strti11g at the top left l ug when viewed Jiom t he
21 ( ) Connect one end of a 47,000 ohm 1 yel l ow. vi ol et-or
ange ) reistor to BS l ug # 1 2 1 S l . Connect the other
end to BS l ug # 1 0.
22< Connect one end of a 6112" gren wi re t BS l ug #1 0
( S J . Connect the oth<>r fnd to MS l ug #2 ( S J .
2( Connect one end of a 2" bl ack wi re to BS l ug # l l
I S l . Connect thP other end to BS l ug #6.
24 ( Connect one Pnd of a 47, 000 ohm ( yel low-violet-or
ange) resistor to BS l ug #9. Connect the other end
to BS l ug #7 ( S ) .
25 ( Connect one end of a 7 '/_ red wi re to BS l ug #9 ( S ) .
Connect the othN end to MS l ug #5 I S ) .
26 1 Connect one end of a ]
/2 " red wi re to BS l ug #8.
Connect the other end to BS l ug #4.
27 I i Connect one Pnd of a 3:3,00 ohm ( orange-orange
orange ) resistor to BS l ug #4 1 S ) . Connect thP
otlwr end to BS l ug #3.
28c Connect one end of a 68. 000 ohm 1 hlue-grt"y-orange I
res i stor to BS l ug #3 1 S J . ( 'onrwd t hP other end to
BS i ug :: t S l .
29 I ) Connect one end of a 3" gren wi re to BS l ug # 1 1 S ) .
Connet the other end to BC l ug #4 ( S ) .
30 ( l Connet one end of a 1 V2" black wire to BS lug #6
( S ) . Connect the other end to BC l ug #1.
31 I Connect one end of a 2!_re wire to BS l ug # 8 ( S) .
Connect the other end to BC l ug #3 ( S ) .
32 ( Connect one pnd of a 2" re wi re to BC l ug #2 I S ) .
Co11 11Pct t he other end to VC l ug # I 1 S J .
3:3 I > Connf'cl one Pnd of a 8" red wi re to VC l ug #2 I S ) .
:34 I ConnN:t onP Pnd of a 4 " gren wi re to VC l ug #6 I S) .
35 r > Conn<'cl onf' end of a 2" bl ack wi re to BC: I ug # I ( 8 ) .
36 1
C 'onnPct the ot her Pnd to VC l ug #7.
Connec on(' end of a ? '/, green wi re to BC l ug #5
I S > . Conned thP ot her f'nd to VC lug #5 I S ) .
37 I Fe'd one f'nd of a 4 70 ohm ( ypl low- vi ol !:'L- rC'd l re
sistor through VC l ug #7 and connect to VC: l ug #3.
Connect thf' ot lwr t>nd to LS l ug # I .
38 1 ) Connt>ct onr- f'nd of a 4700 ohm ( yel l ow-vi ol!'t- red )
resistor to BC l ug #6. Connect the otlwr Pnd to L
lug #4.
a! ( CnnnPCl On(' f'nd of a J!_ bl ack wi rP to vc l ug #3
r s l .
40( Connect one end of a 2" black wire to BC l ug #6 I S l .
Conmcl the ot her end to VC l ug #7 1 S i .
4 t ( Connect ont end of a . 1 mfd tubul ar capacitor to LS
l ug #4 1 S l . Us sl tevi ng on bart wi rP to prevPnt
contact wi th adjacent part. Connect the other end t
VC l ug #4.
42 1 Con1wd one f'nd of a 31' ' red wi re to VC lug #4 ( S i .
ConnPct the other Pnd to LS l ug #5 ( S) .
43 1 Connet one end of a .1 mfd tubul ar capacitor to L
l ug # I ( S ) . Connect the other end to VC l ug #8.
44 ( Connet one end of a 3" gren wire to VC l ug #8
I S l . Connect the other end to L I ug #2 ( S) .
45( Connect onf' end of a 1 2" r e wi re t o MS l ug #6 ( S ) .
461 Connect one end of a 1 :" gren wi re to MS l ug #3
I Sl .
Main chassis mechanical assembly
Consult the pictori al for loation of components.
I i ) Mount the power transformer ( PA-21 1 or lA522
in the right rear comer of the chassis. Use #8
screws, lokwashers, and nuts. The screws are in
serted from the bottom of the chasis wit h the screw
heads blow the chassis. Note that the red and red/
yel low transformer wi res go through the hole nearest
the side of the chassis and the black wire go
through the hol e nearer the rear edge of the chassis.
2 ( ) Mount the seven pin socket in te next group of hole
toward the front. ThP socket is mounte from the bt
tom of the chassis and fastene wi th #4 hardware.
Instead of a l ockwasher use the singl e ground l ug on
the front mounting screw but use a l ockwasher on the
other screw. Observe that the open space betwen pi ns
#l and #7 should face the cutout for the fl ter
3 ( ) Mount the quadruple setion fl tr capacitor ( i n a
cn ) in the special cutout just i n front of the tube
sket. Note the symbls at the bae of each connet
ing l ug; be sure these are locat accordi ng to the
pictorial . Fasten the capacitor cn by givi ng each
mounting tb a hal f iwist with your plier.
4 1 ) I nsert the long #8 screw i n the smal l hole near the
rear center of te chasis from the bottom. Fasten it
in pl ac with a #8 lockwasher and nut Plac the two
2000 mfd capaci tors on ei t her side of the screw, pay
ing parti cul ar attent ion to the location of t he posi tive
and negat ive symbols on each one as i ndi cated i n the
pictorial di agram.
Pl ace the capacitor bracket on the screw over t he c
pacitors and then place the selenium rectifer on the
screw so that the yellow connecti ng l ug faces to the
rear and the red and black lugs face the power trans
former. Now place the one l ug termi nal on the screw
and fasten the whole assembly wi th another #8 lock
washer and nut.
5( ) Mount the printed circuit board PC-5 at the large
cutout in the chassis. The board is mounted below
the chassis. Note that most of the eyelets are at the
forward edge. Use #4 hardware.
6( ) The pri nted circui t board PC-6 is mounted at the
other l arge cutout, also below the chasis, and with #4
hardware. Be sur to orient the board properl y, as
i ndicated by the pi ctorial di agrams.
7 ( ) Wi th four #6 sheet metal screws fasten the front panel
sub-assembly to the mai n chassis.
Wiring the main chassis
Tlw eyelets on the pri ntPd circuit boards al rf:ad_ havf:
solder in them. Each eyf'let has a number which wi l l
be referred to in these i nstructions. Before maki ng a
conrwction to t he board. " t i n" ll w st ri pped por t i on of
the wi rf to be connected by heat i ng it wi th the solder
ing i ron and touchi ng sol der to i t . To sol der to the
eyel et, hPat the eyel et wi th thP i ron. i nsert t hP wi re i n
t he p_elft when t he sol df'r fows, remove the iron, and
al low a few seconds for the solder to st. Al though the
metal eyel et doe. pmtect the printEd wi ring from
overheating, a smal l i ron should b used to avoid ex
cessive heat. Where the wi re connects to an eyel et
above the board, ti l t chassis on end; heat the eyelet
below the board whi l e i nserti ng tinned wi re end from
above. \Vhen t he wi re connPcts l:o a termi nal abovr>
the bard, t he top of the termi nal shoul d be heated.
1 ( ) Twist together the two red transformer l eads. Connet
one red l ead to pi n # 1 of the seven pin socket VI ( S) .
Connect the other red l ead to pi n #6 of Vl ( S ) .
2 ( ) Connect the red-yel low l ead to a ground l ug
( mounting tab ) of t he quad fl ter capacitor. ( See
pi ctorial )
3( ) Connet one of the black twisted pai r of wi re |rom
FLl ugs #l and #2 to pin #3 of Vl . Connect the other
of the pai r to pi n #4 of VI .
4 ( ) Twist together a pai r of 9'' black wires. Connect one
end of one wi re to pi n #3 of Vl ( 8 ) . Connect one end
of the other wi r to pi n #4 of VJ ( 8 ) . FEd lhe twisted
pai r through the hole between the transformer and
the 200 mfd capacitors. Connect one of the pai r t
the lug termi nal which is mounted above the selenium
recti fer. Connect the other of the pai r to the yel l ow
lug of the retifer.
5( ) Twist together the bl ue transformer wi res. ConnPct
one of the bl ue wi res to the yel l ow l ug of the retifer
( 8) . Connect the other blue wire to the l ug termi nal
on top of t he sel eni um rectifer.
6( Twist together a pai r of 6" black wi res. Connet one
end of one wi re to the red l ug of the selenium reti
fer; connect one end of the other wi re to the black
l ug of the rectifer. Fed this pai r of wi res through the
hole in the chassis. Connect one wi re t pri nte ci r
cui t board PC-5 eyelet # 1 8 ( S / . Connect the other
wi re to PC-5 eyel et # 1 9 I S l .
7 ( ) Cut a pi ece of black wi re and a piece of red wi re each
81/2" long. Twist these together. Connect one end of
the red wi re to the red l ug on the sel eni um recifer
and one end of the black wi re to the black l ug on t hf'
rect i fier. Feed this pai r through the hole in the chassis.
Connect the red wi re to pri nted ci rcuit board PC-6
eyelet #1 5 ( 8 ) . Connect the bl ack wi re t o PC-6. eyc
l et # 1 4 ( S \ .
8 ( Connect the negati ve ( - l l ead o f the 200 mfd capac
itor nearet the rear of the chassis to the bl ack l ug of
the rectifer ( 8 ) . Connect the positive I +) l ead of
the other capacitor to the red l ug of t he rectifer I S) .
Conncct both l he remai ni ng positive lead of the one
capaci tor and the negat ive lead of the ot her, to thC one
l ug termi nal at the top of U rectifier r 8 ) .
9 1 Connect one end of a l 1" bl ack wi re to pi n # 7 of V l
I S) . Connect the other end to l ug #l of thP quad
ruple setion capaci tor.
1 0 ( ) Connect one end of a 1 0.000 ohm I brown- bl ack
orange ) resistor to l ug # 1 of the quad capaci tor 1 8) .
Connect the other end to l ug # 2 of the quad capacitor.
1 1 I ) Connfd onP Pnd of a 1 0,00 ohm I brown- black
orange 1 reistor to l ug #2 of the quad capaci tor. Con
nect t he other end to l ug #3 of the quad fl ter.
12 ( l Connect one nd of a 47.00 ohm I yel l ow-vi ol et
orange ) resi stor to lug #2 of the quad capaci tor ( 8) .
Connect the other f'nd to l ug #4 of t he capaci tor. Use
sleFvi ng on t he hare wi res.
1 3( ) Connect one end of a 4" black wi re to l ug #3 of the
quad capacitor I S ) . Connect the other end to eyel et
#l 6 of PC-5 ( 8 ) .
14 ( Connect one end of a 1 4" black wire to l ug #4 of the
quad capacitor I 8 l . Connect t he other end to eyflf't
#1 6 of PC-6 ( S l .
1 5 I ) Connect one end of an 81/2 " black wi re t o t he ground
l ug which is one of the mounti ng prongs o.f the quad
capaci tr ( 8 ) ( See pictorial ) and connect the other
end to eyei Pt # 1 of PC-5 I 8 ) .
16( ) Connect one end of a 12" black wire to the ground l ug
of the quad capacitor. Connect the other end to eyelet
#4 of PC-6 1 8 ) . I SeP pictorial l
17( ) Connect one end of a 1 41!2" bl ack wire to the same
ground I ug as in step 1 6 I S ) . Connect the other end to
eyelet #l l of PC-6 ( 8 ) .
1 8 ( ) Connect one end of a 1 1/2" black wi re to the ground
l ug at t he tube socket mounting screw ( 8 l . Connect
the other end to the same capacitor ground lug as in
step #2 I S ).
The following sttps up to step 35 al l rPfer to PC-Ij.
1 9 1 ) Connect the bl ack wi re from VC 3 to eyel Pt 1 1 I S I .
This is th< second wi re to ryc'I Pt # !
J0( Connect the green wi re from V C 6 to eyel et # 2 I 8) .
21 ( ) Connect the green wi re from LT 2 to eyelet #3 I S ) .
22 ( ) Connect the green wi re from LB I to eyPlet #4 ( 8 ) .
23 1 Trim the remaining lead of the capacitor from LB 3
as required, and connet it to the top of eyelet #5
( 8) . B sure it clears adjacent circuitry.
21| Connect the green wi re from LB 2 to fyPIPt #6 1 S ) .
25 ( Connect the grf>en wi re from FS 3 to eyel et #] .5 ( S) .
26( Connect the black wi re from FR 4 to eyelet #8 1 S)
27 ( ) Dres the red wi re from VC 2 close agai nst the front
of the chassis. Copnect the red wi re from VC 2 to eye
l et # ( S) .
28 I Connect t he red wire from RT 2 to eyf' l ft #1 0 ( S ! .
29 1
30 1
3 1 (
:2 1
Connf'cl thE' red wi re from RB 1 to eyelPt # 1 1 r S ) .
Trim the remaini ng lead of the capacitor from RB 3
as required, and connect it t the top of eyelet #1 2
( S \ . B sure i t clears adjacent ci rcuitry.
Connect the red wi rr from RB 2 to eyf'let #1 3 I S i .
Connect thf red wi re from FS 6 to eyelet # 1 7 1 S \ .
33 ! ConnPct one enl of : 1 2" rfd wi rf to eyel et # 1 4 ( S \ .
He1t the eyPl et from the bottom and i nsert thE wi re
from t he top of PC-5.
34 1 l Connft onf' Pnd of a 8" green wi rf' to eyeiPt #7 1 S l .
Heat the eyelet from the bottom and insert the wi re
from t he top.
3! 1 I Connect on< end of an 8', /' black wi n to eyPIPt # 1
' S l . This wi rf' is to he cunnectt'd ;j [ thP lop of t i H
bard. TllPrP arf' al nady t wo wi n's connPct r>d :1 ! t lw
bott om of t lw board. Bf' ca n?ful to . fP t h:1t al l t hrPP
wi n' a rP proprrl y sol d< r<>d.
Sack panel mechanical assembly
Place te back panel in front of you s that you are look
ing at the i ni de.
1 ( ) At the bottom right of the panel there an four groups
of hole in a row, each with a retangul ar hol e and
two small round holes. Mount an AC outlet at each
of thee usi ng #4 hardware.
2 ( Insert the rubber grommet i n the ) hol e at the right
end of the panel .
3 ( The multi ple i nput connetors are next; note that
each socket has a l ong center terminal and a short side
termi nal . The short side terminal is the ground lug.
Mount the two four socket connectors i n the two ri ght
hand cutouts with four set of #4 hardware each.
4 r ) Mount the two fve socket connectors in the remain-
i ng cutouts. Note specifically the urrangomcn|of the
sockets; th odd side I ground l lug goes to t he ex
t reme l eft. Use #4 hardware. Be sure the sockets do
l)ot contact the chasis.
Back panel wiring
The upper row of sockets is the l eft channel socket group.
The lower row i s thE ri ght channel group.
1 ( I Connect a 2" bl ack wi re to the ground r short 1 l ug
of l eft socket #l . Connect the other end t o the pai r
of ground l ugs b(>tween left sockets #2 and #3 ( S I .
2 ( Connect onf end of a 2'12'' bl ack wire to the pa i r of
ground l ugs between l eft sockPt #4 and -5 1 S 1 . l ' l l n
nect the other end t the pai r of ground l ugs between
left sokets #6 and tn.
3 I Connpct on!' Pnd of a 1 0 nhr 1 brown-bl;. wk- hi:Jck 1
reistor to thr pai r of ground l ugs btwen IPft soekPts
#6 and #7 I S I . Connect the other end to the pai r of
ground l ugs betwen left socket #8 and #9.
4 ( ) Connect one end of a 510,00 ohm reistor ! gren
brown-yel low) to the pair of ground lugs btwen left
sokets #8 and #9. Connet the other end t the long
lug l eft socket -.
5 ( ) Strip a 2" piee of wi re ompletely. Connect one end
to the ground I ugs btwen left soket #8 and #9 ( S) .
Connect the other end t the pair of ground l ugs be
twen right sockets #8 and #.
6 ( ) Connect one end of a 51 0,00 ohm ( gren-brown
yel l ow) reistor to the ground l ugs betwen right
sokets i8 and #9. Connect the other end t the long
l ug of right scket #.
7 I ) Connect one end of a 1 0 ohm ( brown-black-black )
reistor t the ground lugs betwen ri ght sokets #8
and # I S l . Connect the other end t the pair of
ground lugs betwen ri ght soket #6 and #7.
8( Connect one end of a 2%" black wire to the ground
I ugs betwen right sockets #6 and #7 ( S) . Connect
the other end to the pair of ground l ugs betwen right
scket h4 and #5 r S ) .
9 ( ) Connect one end of a 2'' black wire to the ground lugs
between right socket #2 and #3 ( S ) . Connect the
other end to the ground l ug of ri ght socket #1 .
1 0( ) Connect one end of a 3" bl ack wi re to l ug A of AC
outl et #l ( S J Connect t he other end t l ug A of out
let #2.
1 1 (
1 2 (
1 3 (
1 4 1
Connet one end of a 3" black wi re to l ug B of outl et
#l ( S) . C;onnet the other end to l ug B of outl et #2.
Connet one end o( a 3" ' bl ack wi re to l ug B of outl et
#2. Connect the other end to l ug B of outlet #3.
Connect one end of a 3" bl ack wi re to l ug B of outl et
#3 ( S l . ConnPct thP other end to l ug B of outlet #4.
Connect one end of a 3" black wire to l ug A of outlet
#3 I S ) . Connect the other end to lug A of outlet #4.
Selector switch subassembly
Note that there is a red dot on the forward part of the
frame of the selector swi tch. This is betwen l ugs # l and # 1 2.
The l ugs are numbered from the red dot in clockwise fashion
when viewi ng the swi teh from the jront. This is true for al l
three wafers; the front wafer ( clost to the shaft \ wi l l be
cal l ed wafer A, the middl e wafer B, and the rear wafer C.
Where a pai r of l ugs i s at one position, the wi re i s passed
through bot h, and they are wi re as if they are a single l ug.
l | ) Connect one end of a 27.00 ohm ( re-violet-orange)
resistor to l ug #2 of wafer B. Connc| the other end
to l ug #l Oof wafer B ( S) .
2 1 l Connect one end of a 7. PF ( or MMF 1 capacitor
t l ug #2 w:fer B. Conn ct the ot her end to l ug # l l
wafer B I S I .
3 1 l ConnPct nnP rnd of R 27, 00 ohm i re-vi ol et -orange 1
r<istor to wafer B l ug , ( S ) . Conne the other end
to wafer B l ug #8.
4 r l Connet one end of a 750 PF 1 or MMF) capaci tor to
wafer B l ug #5 ( 8 ) . Connect the other end to waler
B l ug #8.
5 1 1 Connet one end of a I |,_ re wi re to wafer A l ug #4
( S ) . Connect the other end t wafer A I ug #7.
7 (
ConnPCI. one end of a 1 " re wi re to wafer A l ug #10.
ConnPd lhe olhl'r Pnd to wafer A I ug # 1 2 ( R 1 .
Connect one end of a 1 '/2'' green wi re to wafer C l ug
#4 r S 1 . ConnPt the other end to wafer C l ug #7.
ConnEt one end of a 1 " green wi re to wafer C l ug #1 0.
Conn(:t the other end to wafer C 1 ug # 12 ( S J .
9 \ ronnect one end of a 1 2" red wi re to wafer A l ug #1.
l Ot < ' onnect ont <'nd of a 'J_ red wi n lo wafer A l ug
#1 l S I .
I I I I Connpd one pnd of a 3'' rr wi re to wafer A l ug #2
t S \ .
1 2 ( Conned one end of a 91/2" bl ack wi re to wafer A l ug
l 3 I ConnCct on(' c>nd o f a 2V" blaek wi re to wafl'r A l ug
#3 1 S l .
1 4 t Connec t one end of a :t re wi rE to wafer A l ug #5
r S l .
! ! 1 I ( 'nmlPcl onf' f'nd of < 7 1 2 " rPd wirP t o wa if'!' A l ug #6
I S ) .
1 6( Conned one end of a 7 red wi re to wafer A l ug #7
( S i .
1 7 ( Connect one end of a 7 red wi re to wafer A l ug #8
i S > .
! 8 1 1 Connect one end o f a 9" rPd wi re to wafer A l ug #9
i S > .
1 9! Conne om' ( nd of a ', red wi re lo wafer A l ug
#1 0 I S \ _
l |
Connec one end of a l 0'. red wi re to wafer A l ug
#l l \ 8 1 .
ConnPCt on nd of a 31/" red wi re to wafer B l ug
#2 ' 8 ) .
22 1 Connect one end of a 4" rPd wi re to wa fer B l ug # 1 2
r S r .
2t I Comwlt onP Pnd of a 3grfPil wi re to wafer B l ug #6
I S ) .
24 t r.onnect one end of a 4 ', gren wi rE to wafer B l ug
t8 I R ) .
25 1 Connect one end of a 7" green wi re to wafer C l ug #l.
26 1 1 \omH>c one end of a 7" gren wi re to wafer C l ug
# l I S l .
27 1 I ( 'onnf't ' l onf' Pnd of a 2a.1 " grPPil wi rr lo wa ff' C I ug
#2 t S l .
281 1 Connec one Pnd of a 8" black wirf to wafer C l ug #3.
29 c Con necL one E> nd of a 2 %" bl ack wi re to wafer C l ug
#3 ( s } _
:30 1 1 < ' onnPd onP Pnd of a 2 1 j " green wi re to wafer C l ug
#5 I S '
;n I Connect one end of a 6" green wire to waf r C l ug #6
t 8 l .
:2 1 1 Connect ont end of a 6" green wire to wafer C l ug #7
( S ) .
:l3 t Connect one tnd of a 51/2 " green wire to wafer C ]ug
#8 ( 8 } _
34 I Connect one end of a 4 '/2" green wi re to wafer C l ug
# 1 8 ) .
3.' t Connet one end o f a 6" green wi re to wafer C l ug
# 1 0 I S ) .
36 1 I Connect one f'nd of a 61fz'' green wi re to wafer C l ug
#1 1 ( S) .
Final assembly
Fasten the back panel assembly to the main chassis wi th
four sheet metal screws.
1 ( ) Connect the short black wire of the twisted pai r from
IS #l and #2 to l ug A of AC outlet #4. Connect the
long black wi re of the pair to lug A of AC outlet #2.
2 ( ) Connect one of the black transformer leads to l ug A
of outlet #4 ( S ) . Connet the other black trans
former lead to l ug B outlet #4 ( S) _
NOTE ; Tf "au are using the optional 1 20/240 volt power lran:(ormcr
PA-522, replace t his stPP wl t h lhe dep SJ)eLfed on Pge 1 .
3 ( ) l nstaU the selector switch S8. Place a % lock washer
on the shaft, insrt in hole SS and fastn with a %
nut. B sure that the rfd dot on the frame of the
switch is at the top.
4 1 Connect the short red wire from SS wafer A l ug #l
to MS l ug #4 t S l .
5 ( Connet the red wi re from SS wafer A l ug #' to eye
let #l of PC-6 i 8) .
6 ( Conned the short black wire from 88 wafer A l ug #3
to eyflet #4 of PC-6 t S ) I In addi tion t the wire
al ready sol dered below tbe oard) -
7 ( Connect the red wire from S wafer A l ug #5 to eye
let #6 ( 8) of IC-6.
d( J tonncctthcrcdwire from SS wafer A lug #6 to right
i nput socket ( long l ug ) #3 i 8 ) .
9 < Conned the red wi re from SS wafer A l ug #7 to ri ght
sket Oong l ug) #2 ( S} .
1 0( 1 Connect the red wi re from SS wafer A l ug #8 t.o right
soket t long l ug ) # l ( S J _
1 1 ( Position the long black wi re from SS wafer A l ug
#3 acros the rear of the wafer, btween the cnter
rotor shaft and the lower spacer. Wrap this wire
aoud the three re wire from l ugs #6, #7 and #8,
and connect it to the ground ( short) l ug of ri ght
channel input socket # 1 ( S) _
1 2 (
1 3 (
] 4(
1 5 1
1 7 (
1 8(
Connect the red wi re from SS wafer A l ug # to right
socket #4 ( S) .
Connect the red wire from SS wafer A l ug #10 to
ri ght scket #5 ( S) .
Connect the red wire from S8 wafer A l ug #l l to
ri ght scket #6 ( S) .
ronnect the l ong red wi re from SS wafer A l ug # l to
right socket #8 ( 8) _
Connect the red wire from MS lug #6 to ri ght socket
#7 ( S) .
Connect the red wi re from PC-5 eyelet #14 ( top of
board ) to right sket #9 ( S ) .
Connect the red wi re from SS wafer B l ug #12 to
PC-6 terminal - ( 8 ) . Thee elevated terminals
faci l i tate lead connections t eyelets which are dif
cul t to reach. For bst results, frst heat the terminal
with the i ron, and fow a small quantity of solder
into it. Then "tin" the wire end with solder before
inserting i t it the tenninal.
1 0
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1 0
PC - 6
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K = 1 000
M : 1 000,000
1 1 1 V AC
Sel ect or s .. , t cft shown 1n count e rcl ockwi Se pos1 1 1 on
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speci a l potenti ometers-patent
t LhK
1u bo pi n s n u m
be r ed c l oc k wi s e
v ewed from t he
A | readi ngs taken
from pi n t o chots| s
( except # 3 and
#4 of 1 2X4) us i ng
a va c u u m t u b e
vo| ImeI er.
Either tube PC-6
\ 1 1 5 V DC
2 0
3 .7 V DC
4 0
5 -- 1 ! Y DC
1 35 V DC
7 0
d . dV DC
V 5. 5 V DC
Ei ther tube PC-5
1 1 75 V DC
2 0
3 . 43 V DC
4 Less than 1 vo| f
5 \ V DC
200 V DC
7 0
d 1 . 25 V DC
V 5. 5 Y DC
1 2X4
335 V AC
2 0
1 0. 5 V AC
5 0
335 V AL
7 405 V DL
Quad Fi lter
405 V DC
355 V DC
330 V DC
- 21 0 V DC
1 1
1 91 Connet the red wi re from SS wafer B l ug #2 t o PC-6
terminal #3 1 S 1 .
20 1 Connect the green wi re from SS wafer B l ug -16 to
PC-6 termi nal #8 I S ) .
2 1 r 1 Connet the green wi re from SS wafer B l ug #8 t o
PC-6 terminal #9 I S ) .
22 1 Connect one green wi re from SS wafer ( ' l ug # l to
MS l ug #l r S I .
2:3 1 1 C' OJmEc thP green wi rP from SS wa ffr C l ug i2 t o
PC-6 termi nal #7 1 S l .
24 1 C:onnect t he short hl :tck wi re from wafer C l ug #3 to
PC' -6 eyei Pt I I I 1 S l 1 I n addi l i on to t hP wi rP a I ready
soldered below t he bard I .
25 1 ConnPct the grn wi rP from SS wafer ( ' l ug #5 to
eyelet #1 3 of PC-6 1 S l .
26 1 ! Connect the gren wi re from SS wafer (' l ug *6 to
left socket I l ong l ug I #3 ( S | .
27 1 Conned t he green wi re frm SS wafer ( ' l ug 17 to
l eft socket #2 1 S l .
28 1 Connect the grPen wi re from SS wafPr ( l 1 1 g 'R l o
l eft socket #1 1 S ) .
29 r Position t he l ong bl ack wi re from SS wafEr l ' l ug
#3 anoss t he N'ar of t h< wafPr. and below t he C<'n
tr rotor shaft. Wrap t hi s wi re around the thrf'c
green wi res from l ugs #6, #7 ;md #8. and conne
it to the ground l short l l ug of Jpft chmmpl i np1 1 t
socket # 1 1 S ) .
ao 1 Connect t he green wi re from SS wafer C l ug # t o
l eft socket #4 ( S ) .
3 L r Connect the green wi re from SS wafer C l ug # I 0 t:o
l eft socket #5 ' 8) .
32 c Connet the green wi rE from S wafer ( l ug # l l t o
left ockPt 6 1 S ' .
33 ' J Connect thP gre n wi rl' from SS wafPr (' l ug # I to
l eft soket #8 1 S ) .
34 1 Connect the green wi re from MS l ug #:{ to l eft socket
#7 ( 8 \ .
35 r Connect the green wi re from !C5eyel Pt #7 1 top of
the board 1 to l eft socket #9 ( S) 0
36 r Connect the black wi re from PC-5 eyelet - c top of
t.he bard ) to t he cenLPr of t he bare wi rP bLWf'fl l
ri ght ground l ugs #Sand #9and left ground l ugs #8
and # ( 8) .
37 i ) Insert U1e l i ne cord from the outside and pul l about
seven inches through the grommet. Tie a knot . n thP
cord so that about five i nches remains insi de the knol.
Posi ti on the cord undPr the out l ets as hown and COl
ned one end to l ug A of out l et #2 1 S l . ConnPct t hP
other end to l ug B of oul ltt #' r S 1 .
"Special" Input
The Special i nput ofers a variety of options whi ch can
provide considerable fexi bi l i ty for the ur. If l eft unwi red,
lhe equalization characteristic ( augmented by the tone
controls l is sui tbl e for 78 rpm records. When wi red as
i ndicated below, it can b used for a low l tvPI stPrf
sollc or one channel can be wi red for one monophonic
input, and the other channel for a di fferent mono i nput.
Then t he "A" and ' ' B" sel eor fLmction of the stereo
mono r bl end ) swi tch enables selection of ei U1er suc<,
and the bl ending function permi ts l i mi ted mi x i ng of the
two signals at tbe audio output.
1 2
Please note !hat each channel can b wi red for only one
function at a time. l f you change from one characteristic
to another. bP . u re t hat you frst rPmove al l special wi ring.
Factory Csembled preamplifi er.< are connected for micro
phone input on both channpfs.
a. Microphone ! Dynami c or Vel oci ty t ypes)
A mi crophone requi ring standard 50K ohm s l oad imped
a nce may be wi red as shown in the pictorial diagram
l l ' l'ysta l or CPrami !' mi kf's c;t nnot bf> uS>d wi lh t.hP PAS
preamp ' . The ri ght channPI i s wi red by connecting a 3"
re wi re from swi tch wafer B, l ug #9 ( S J , to PC- 6 eyelet
IF) 1 . ) 0 The l eft channCI i s connected wi th a 3\/' grC'en
wi re from swi tch waf<'r B. l ug #:3 r S l to PC '-6 eyelet
! l 2 ' S l .
b. Magnetic Phono Cartridge
A second magnetic phono cartridge can b conneced on
the ri ght channel by wi ri ng a short l i Dk of wi rC' from l ug
P9 to l ug # 1 1 of swi tch wafer B i sol der both ) . For the
l <fl channel , conwc a wi re btLween lug #3 and l ug #5 of
wafpr B r sol dPr bot h l
c. Crystal or Ceramic Phono Cartridge
A ceramic or crystal cart ridge ( 1/ volt output or greater !
may b connected by frst wi r ing the i npul for Mi crophone
as i n paragraph "a" abve. Th n remove the wi r< lo input
socket #,1 on t he back panel of Uw preamp and soldtr a
3. 3 mlgohm onP- ha l f watt resi stor hlwen ( i n sPriPs wi t h )
t he wi re and the l ong l ug of t h i nput socket. The resi stor
leads should b cut to l i " lo avoid exc s barf' wirf'. Do
t hi s for Nlch channPI i f a st ereo cart ri dge i s [{ bF used.
d. Tape Head
A BPond ', NAB lapp head i nput may be cunneed
by wi ri ng a shor t l i nk of wi rP from l ug #9 to l ug #1 0 of
swi tch wafer B for the ri ght channel i solder bot h ) 0 and
from l ug #3 to l ug #4 of wafer B r solder bt h 1 for the
lf'ft channel . As there i s no standard equal i zation for 3
spped, the tonP controls may b neded for opt i mum rFsul l.s
wi th such tapes.
Careful l y inspect al l the wmng to make sure that i t
agrees wi t h the pictorial diagrams and t hP photographs.
Because thP pictorial s must b exaggerated for clarity, the
photographs best defne lead placement. Note particul arl y
tbe placement of the wi res leadi ng the sel ector switch. The
greeu wires to lhf' rear ( C) wafer of tht. switch shoul d b
kept above thP chasi s and grouped togPther, and the red
wi res to tlw front l A > wafer shoul d be grouped togethPr
and kept cl ose to the chassis. Be sure that no twistPd pairs
of wi res ar< positiontd across the ci rcuit bards.
Insert the four 1 2AX7 t ubes i nto the sockets on the cir
cui t boards. The 1 2X4 tub goes into lhe 7 pin soket on
the chasis. Instal l lhe pi lot l i ght. Each rubber foot is in
stal led in a corer hole i n the bttom plate by inserting a
#6 screw through U1e foot so that the head i reessed, and
suri ng i t wi th a nut on the inside of the bottom plate.
The other two hol es in the bottom plate are used only with
the brackets for cabinet instal lations. Instal l the cver ad
bottom pl ate, and secure them wi th the four sheet metl
screws through the sides. Remove the paper backing from
t he adhesive identifcation l abl , ru1d smooth i l inlo posi
tion on the bare part of te back panel.
The pi lot l ight j ewel should be inserted
through t he front pl ate, and secured wi th
the spri ng cl i p, whi ch i s squeezed open
for instal lation by gri ppi ng i t wi t h pliers.
Insl. <l l t he front pl ate, and secure i t with
:" nuts on each cont rol. Use care to
avoid scrat chi ng the front plate.
J nstd I thP two l arge knobs on the
sflector switch and vol ume cont ml . The
set screw t i ghtens ont o thf' flat port ion of the switch shaft ,
and t he vol ume cont tol shaft shoul d be tured ful l y coun
let-clockwise and t he knob posi t i oned so that its pointer
i ndi cates seven o'cl ock, and t he sPl screw t i g- htened. The
smal l knobs are t l1n i i Pd on t he olher six cont rol
shafts. Rotate t he bl end switch ful l: counter-clockwise,
and posi t ion the knob poi nl Pr so t hat it i ndicates f ul l stereo
1 t he l ongest rectangl e l . The knobs on the bal ance control
and on the four tonP c-ontrols should be installed so that
rotat i on i s symmft r ica I Pi ttlPr si de of cfnter. This will
provide flat response wlwn the pointer is straight up.
Ti ghten the set screws securely.
Your Dyna preamplifer serves as the control center for
the ent i re music system, and is of a qual i ty level which
j ustifes the fnest associated equipment. B sure it is con
nected to AC current somc0s only.
As you have completed it, te PAS-3X is designed to
work into power :mpl i fiPrS wi th i nput i mpPdanC(S of
l 0000 ohms or hi gher. requi ri ng between 0. :) and 2. 5
vol ts i nput for rated outpu t . Tbi s i ncl udes al l of the
general l y avai lable Lube and transistor ampl i fiers. Those
havi ng an input i mpf'dance lower t han 10,000 ohms wi l l
requi re sl i ght adaptat i on of t hr PI'Pampl i nH', and fartory
consul tat i on wi l l enable you to spcure opti mum rpsu l ts.
The posi tion of t he Bl end Swi tch I stPrPo-mono sdedor >
marked wi th the smal lest mctangle provides the exact
amount: of bl Pnding to achieve maximum separati on when
a centf channPI speaker i s used i n accordance wi th t he
patented Oynaco 3 speaker stereo arrangement. Informa
tion on the proper connection of spekers to the power
ampl ifers for tlus system is available from Dynaco on
Should you desire to use headphones with your music
system, they must be connected to the output of the power
amplifer in accordance with the headphone manufacturer's
recommendations. It is not pos|ble to connect headphones
drectly t the PAS preamplifier.
When installing the preamplifer in a cabinet, ventilation
is not critical unless continuous duty operation is antici
pated, for the preamp produces very little heat. When it
is panel mounted, a supporting shelf ush with the bottom
of a 13'o" x 31 o/a" cutout is suggested, and the rubber feet
are not used. A PBK bracket kit is available from Dynaco
for $2 which takes the place of the shelf, and accommo
dates panel thicknesses up to 1". No COD ple.
Thos who are expf.rimentally inc]jned may occasional l y
want two stereo functions which are not usually required
on a preamplifer because of standardization in all program
material . Th(e special functions are phase reversl and
channel reversal . Both can be added easily with small
double-pole-double-throw switches i the speaker connec
tions to the power amplifer.
A third, or center channel , output can also b added at
the output of the power ampl i fer. A request to Dyaco
for ei ther of these data sheets will provide detailed
i nformation.
, a WHI TE
Dynakit preampl ifers suppliPd wi th power transformer
P A-522 can be wired for us with either 1 20 or 240 volt ,
50 or 6 cycle AC power sources, as fol l ows:
for J 20 volt operation
1 ( ) Twist together t he black and black-white leads, and
connect both to l ug A of outl et #4 ( S) .
2 I Twist together the vi olet and violet-white l eads, and
connect both to l ug B of outl et #4 r S J .
for 240 volt operation
L ( ) Connect the black lead to l ug A of outlet #4 i S ) .
2 ( Connect the vi ol et lead t lug B of outlet #4 ( 8 ) .
3 ( Twist together above the chassis the violet-white
and the black-white leads, and sol der them together.
Insul ate this connection wi th electrical insulating
Stereophonic sound ofers an important enhancement of
enjoyment of your hi gh fdel i ty system. The proper setup
and use of your sterephonic system wi l l bring considerable
satisfaction. However, sterephony i nt roduce probles i n
hi gh fdel i ty reproduction whi ch can di minish your en]oy-
ment of your hi f system unJ ess thee probl ems are under
stood and corrected. These few notes on the sub]ect shoul d
assi st material ly in the instal l ati on and use of a stre
phonic systm which adds to your l i steni ng pl eaure.
The piece of equi pment to be ue should b as similar
as possi bl e i n each channel. This i particularl y true for
the loudspeaker to be used. Di fferent types and brands of
speakers have very great di fferences in freuency response
and other important characteristic. If, for example, one
speaker has a pf'ak i n response at a certai n freuency where
the other doe not, the sterephoni c bal ance wi l l be change
at that frequency. The need for frequent rebalancing is due
to this type of di si mi larity.
ThPre has been a relatively hi gh proportion of dj ssatis
faction wi th stere which has arisen because of the attempt
to attach an i nferior second channel t complete a system.
If this channel difers from the frst channel it freuently
detroys any potential bneft of sterephonic sund.
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Thl' proper reproduction of monophonic discs through
t hl: ster systPm req ui rEs thf canct'l l ation of identicl sig
nals 1 of opposite phase l s that there is no unwanted
, ertical si gnal component in the output. This reuire ei ther
t he para I lei i ng of the two si de of the crtridge or the
paral l rl i ng of the outputs of idrnt ical preamps. If the pre
amp. are :l i ghl l y di fiH' nl . l i lt vertical components cannot
bf t l i mi nate propNiy [n t hf Dynakit preampl ifier, the
cri t ical components which dt>tNmi ne the respnse charac
teristi c of the preampl i fier pl ayback characteristic have a
tolerance of onl y 1 % so that thi s problem cannot cause
di fficul ty. Paral lel i ng i s done by using the "A + B" posi t ion
of t l w Sl frr-Mono Swi tch.
Channcl phasi ng i s a problem of stere which is readi ly
sol ved. once understood. I f. on a si ngle sound, one speaker
cone move i nward whi l e the othN move out , the system
is not properl y phased, and the sound area betwen the
spakers wi l l lack homogcnfity. Al l tapes and al l disc are
now reproduced so that t hei r phasi ng is cnsi stent. There
fore, oncP phasi ng of the pl ayback equi pment is set i t can
be mai nti ned for al l tape and disc sources wi thout further
To check for proper phasing, play a monophoni c reord
i ng so that one signal comes t hrough both channels. Then
move back and forth between the speakers. If phasing i s
crrect . there wi l l be a smooth transi ti on of sound betwen
the speakers. If it is not corrPct, thPre wi l l be an i nter
mediate area where the sound wi l l shi ft from one to the
other. l f phasing is not corret, it can be reti fed by in
terchangi ng the two l eads between one of the amp! i fier
channels and i ts assoiatd speaker. There shoul d be no
need to change phasi ng once the system is set up properl y.
If there is a drop in volume using a nonophontc Upe
or record when switchi ng from "Stemo" to "A+B", this
i ndi cates probable incorrect phasing of the cartridge or
tape head connections. An interchange of ground and ''hot' '
leads to one of the cartridge channels, or of the two leads
to one channel of the lp head wi l l remedy tills type of
i ncorrect phasing.
Hum is another problem which the stereo cartridge can
i ntroduce. In some cases the use of a common ground lead
on the two i nputs wi l l i ntroduce hum. Most stereo pi ckup
manufacturers provide separate ground connections for
each channel by using four cartridge terminals. The cable
shields of the two channels shoul d be kept sparated. When
a three terminal cartridge arrangement is used, i t is useful
to intertwine the two shiel ded cables.
Positioning of the loudspeakers will affect the quality of
your stereophonic reproduction. General l y, moderate dis
tances of si x to ten feet alon- the same wal l provide the
best efect. If greater spaci ng is required, there may be a
"hol e-in-the-middl e" efect. If this happens, the "blending"
of the Lwo channel s with the Stereo- Mono switch can im
prove the naturalness of the sound. However, i f extreme
distance is reui red betwen loudspeakers, a thi rd channel
may be useful ( requiring a center loudspeaker ) . I nforma
tion on adding this is avai l abl e from Dynaco on request.
The most basic consideration of the instal lation and
use of a sterephonic music system is that stereo alone
does not create real ism and hi gh qual i ty sound. Two l ow
grade stereo channels will not give the qual ity of one hi gh
grade monophonic channel . There is no substi tute for hi gh
quali ty components, careful ly instal l ed.
Al though your Dynakil has ben made as t rouble fre as
pssi ble there is al ways the possi bi Uty that a mistakf in
assembly or a defective part wi l l prevent i t from function
i ng properl y. I f any difcul ties are encountered, the fol
lowing routi ne should b fol lowed.
Check the wiring careful ly, making sure that al l solder
connections are frm, that adjacent parts are not touching,
and that no pieces of sol der or wi re cl ippings have gone
across adjacent points to cause shorts. Make sure the TAPE
I NPUT switch is on INPU.
Are the tube heatfs l i ghted? Thf>SP do not l i ght bri ghtl y
but should b visi bl e undlr di m l i ght. If tubes are not
l ighted, thi s indicates a possi ble open connection through
the heater ci rcui t or in one of the tubes. The pil ot l i ght
is on the same circui t as the tube heaters so that i f it
l i ghts, i t i ndicates that up to that poi nt the heater ci rcui t
i s sat i sfactory_ However, if t he pi l ot l i ght glows, and none
of the four 1 2AX7 t ubs l ight, there is probably a defect
i n the DC heater supply which consists of the selenium
rectifer and the two l arge 2. 00 mfd tubul ar capacitors.
1 f t he tubes l i ght on one printed ci rcui t boa_rd and not
on the other, there are two possi bl e causes: one, that the
connections to Lhe board on one side a re not made properly;
two. that thfre L ' a defective tube on one of the bards.
If one tube on the board has an open beater the other wi l l
not l ight becuse the two are wi red i n serie. A si mple test
for this is to transfer the two t ubes from the other printed
ci rcui t board to se if they l i ght in the sme sockets. If
they do, then the faul t was i n one of the ori gi nal tubes.
If t here i s no signal at al l , it is frequentl y possible to
fnd the trouble through isolation of the specific sedion of
the preampl i fer which is at fau l t . Si ncf' there are two inde
pendent ci rcuits, each of which is di vi ded i nto two hal ves,
there are four possi ble poi11ts to whi ch trouble can be
isolated. A si mple procedure can be established.
If no signal comes through any input. ei ther radio or
phono, on either channel , the faul t is probably i n the power
supply. This cmprises lhe 1 2X4 tube, Lhe quad fl ter
capacitor, and the DC supply for the heaters. Fai l ure in
any one of these points wi l l prevent any signal si nc this
power supply is common to al l parts of the circui t .
I f sound i s obtained on one channel only, then trouble
shooting can be simpl i fed by comparing the two channel s
-by interchanging tubs between the two channels to test
the tubes, and by comparing wi ri ng between i nput and
output sockets and the selector switch to see what difer
ences exist. The switch and the sokets are symmetrical
with respect to the two channels.
Once the troubl e is isol ated to one channel, i t is possible
to l oal i ze it to ei ther the PC-6 circuit ( the ampl ifer
equal i zer secti on i or to the PC-5 ci rcuit ( the tone control
section ) . If a radi o wi l l produce a si gnal but the phono
graph will not, for example, the faul t is in PC-6, the
ampl i fer-equal izer section. However, if the defect is in the
tone control section, the signals wi l l be avai l abl e at the
tape output of the channel i nvol ved, but not at the audi o
output. A si mpl e test i s to bike one of the output connect
ing cables from the tape output of the inoperative channel
to the phono input of the operati ng channel . Set the stere
mono selector on stereo, and pl ay a record ( selector switch
on ' ' phono" ) wi th the input connected onl y t the i nopera
tive channel . Tf a si gnal comes through when this is done
ven if the signal is highly distorted due to overloadi ng
by misusing the circui t-this indicates that the frst part
of the inoperative channel is worki ng and the dificul ty
l ies solely in the tone control section, which contains the
PC-5 printed circui t board and related components.
Some hum and hiss will al ways exist at hi gh volume
settings-depending on speaker eficiency-but of course
this woul d be masked by the l oud sound. However, i t
shoul d be negl i gi ble at normal l istening levels. Hiss wi l l
al ways be apparent at hi gh volume control settings. With
the vol ume control high, and no i nput connected, hiss
should b louder than hum on the phono, tape head and
special inputs.
If noise is heard in the preamplifer, al l inputs shoul d be
disconnected. If the noi se disappears, t hen troubl e shooting
shoul d b confnPd to thf accessory equi pment. Li kewise.
i f the noise i s removed when disconnecting the preampli
fer from the amplifer, then obviously it is in the pream
pl i fer. On the other hand, i f the same noise exists after
di sconnecti ng the preampl ifier from the power amplifer,
t hen t he problem is in t hP power ampl i fier.
If t he noise drops when the vol ume control is turned
down. then it is i n the PC-6 section of the circuit or the
selector switch wi ri ng. Jf the noise i s constant at any set
ting of thE vol ume control , it is in the PC-5 section which
fol l ows the volume control .
Hum which is defni tel y i n t he preampl ifier i s usual ly
causEd by poor )pad oriPntation or bad solder connections
( particulal'ly ground points ) . Check solder conntctions by
re- heating them, especial ly at eyelets #4 and # l l on
PC-6. eyelets #l and #8 on PC-5, and the mount ing l ugs
on the quad capacitor used for grounding purposes. Be sure
that t he wi res going to Pyelets #4, # 1 1 and # 1 6 on PC-6
are positioned as shown in the underside photograph. Al so
position t he various twisted leads exactly as shown in this
photo. Keep AC leads close to the back panel as shown.
Hiss is invariably caused by a tube or noisy resistor.
Fi rst interchange the t ubes on a given ci rcui t bard to see
if the hi ss now reverses channel s. It is unl ikely that more
t han one' tub woul d be noisy.
The resistors which may cuse hiss are the 1 50,000 ohm
and 10 0 ohm resistors in the plate and cathode for the
first stage on the PC-6 board. However, if hiss is apparent
wi t h Lhe vol ume control turned f ul l y of, U1e troubl e wil l
be on t he PC-5 board; hpe thp 470,000 ohm and 4700 ohm
resistors in the frst stage on that board are suspect. Ot hers
of the same val ue shoul d be substi tuted. Note that the
1 50,000 ohm and l 00 ohm resistors on PC-6 are a very
low noise t ype and, if substitution of another resistor does
not lower the hiss, then the ori ginal one should b
reinst. l ied.
Crackl i ng or . ntermi ttent noises are usual ly caused by
poor sol der com1ections. Pay particul ar attention to the
solder connections on the sel ector swi tch and to terminals
#2, #3, #7, #8 and #9 on PC-6. To check for a bad
connection, pul l at each lead going to a joint with long
nosed pl iers and reheat or resolder the connection as
Please note that when U1e cover is not on the preampl i
fier, the hum level wil l b many times higher than when
the cover is on and properl y secured wi th the sheet metal
screws. Therefore, test for hum or noise only with the cover
in pl aeP.
Another aid to trouble shooti ng which requires a good
grade of vol tmeter ( preferabl y a vacuum tube vol tmeter
or a 20,000 ohms per volt meter i can be the taking of
vol tage measwements. These should be compared with the
enclosed vol tage chart. Deviations of greater than 20%
from these vol tages may be an i ndication of malfunction
ing, al though deviations as hi gh as 50% will not cause
complete lack of sound.
In the event that trouble shooting wil l not correct the
probl em, factory consul tati on is avai l able wi thout charge,
and factory service at moderate charge.
This PAS-3X kit is designed to provide reliable perfor
mance for a long time when it has been properly assmbled
and operated. It is intended for operation with normal 120
volt AC l ines. The guarantee is void if the l i ne exceeds
1 30 volts AC. A regulati ng device is necessr
if such
excessive line voltage is l ikely. When the PA-522 power
transformer is instal led, the nominal line voltage may al ter
nately b 240 vol t.
To provide rapid, reliable service, Dynaco has authorized
competent, wel l-equipped service facil ities in the U. S. and
Canada, in addition to i ts service facil ity at te factory.
These stations are authorized to make repairs in or out of
warranty under the terms below. A current l ist of these
faci l ities is avai lable on request . It is the owner's respon
sibil ity t take or send the unit freight prepaid to the ser
vice station. Shipment should b via Uni ted Parcel Service
or Bus Package Express i f possible. REA Express is an
al ternati ve ( or CN or CP Expres in Canada ) . DO NOT
vice facilities cannot handle Parcel Post claims, so repairs
thus incurred wil l b made at the owner's expens at net
Pack the tmit properly in the original crton with aU
protetive insrts, or doubl e-pack i t with cushioning b
twen the cartons. Insure it for $150. Include the follow
ing information: 1 ) Your name and complete shipping
address ( Post Ofce box numbers are not adequate) ; 2)
the serial numbr from the cover of this manual , together
ith a cop, oj your JateJ bt// oj ao/e, 3) the symptoms,
brief but cmplete. Spcify if the probl em is intermi ttent.
Al l components in this P AS-3X are guaranteed against
manufacturing defects for a ful l year from the date of pur
chase, except tubs, which carry the stdard EIA 90 day
warranty. Defective parts will be replaced at no charge i f
they are returned prepaid to Dnaco. Ll service st
tions are not obligated to supply separate part. If you
suspect a defect in a transformer, cutting the leads too
short for re-use may void its warranty.
Warranties apply only to the original purchaser. They
do not cover uni ts physical l y or electrical ly modifed, or
abusd, or unit which are incompletely assembled, or units
on which other than rosin core solder has ben used. Units
assembl ed with acid core solder or paste fux wil l b re
turned unserviced.
Dynaco maintins a Tehnical Services Dpartent t
hel p you locate the somce of, and possi bly correct a prob
lem yourself. You may write or telephone. When writing,
include the serial number and any test you have made.
If service is required, ship the P AS-3X to the nearest
service facility. In-warranty parts wi l l be replaced at no
charge, although a nominal service fe wi l l b charged for
the labor to diagnos, correct and test tbe unit t ensure
that it mets factory specifcations. Shipping charges to
and from the service facility are tbe ower's responsibil ity.
Units will normal ly b returned on a COD basis vi a UPS.
A 90 day warranty is provided on the service work per
After the warranty period Dynaco establ ishes maximum
labor fe which may b charged without prior approval of
the owner. Dynaco cannot assume responsibility for ser
vice at other than it authorized service faciliti es.
Dynaco reserves the right t l i mi t the service faci l ity or
the fees to two years from the date of purchase. Dynaco
assumes no l iabil ity or responsibility for damages or injuries
sustined i te assembl y or operation of this equipment.
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1 Iar|s of si mi lar type which do not change pedormance
may someti mes b i ncl uded as a matter of expediency) .
1 PC-5---Tone Control Printed Ci rcuit Assembly
1 PC-6Ampl i fier Equal i zer Printed Ci rcuit
] Quadruple section El ectrolyti c fl ter can 297806
2 200 mfd tubular
2 1 8208
4 1 2AX7 ,I|C-8J Tubes 51 7003
2 1. 0 mfd tubular
283 1 05
I J 2X4 Tube 5 1 4002
2 .02 mfd tubular 275202
2 .02 mfd !ubu|ar 245203
2 . 1 mfd tubular 2751 04
2 750 pf ( precision) 275751
2 10,000 ohm ( brown-black-orange ) 1 1 1 1 03
1 .02 mfd Disc 227203
2 51 0,00 ohm ( grefn- brown-yel low) 1 1 351 4
2 4, 700 ohm ( yc> l l ow-vio1t- red l 1 1 3472
1 Bracket 71 7005
3 '17, 000 ohm ( yel l ow-violet-orange )
1 1 2473
1 S1enium Recti fier 544235
1 33,000 ohm ( orange-orangeorange) 1 1 2333
1 Lug Terna I 371 001
] 68,00 ohm l bl uegray-orange l 1 1 2683
1 7 Pi Socket 399007
2 3.3 meg oh ( orangP-orange-green ) 1 1 1 335
2 5 soket strip 355005
2 27, 000 ohm ( red-violet-orange l 1 1 2273
2 4 socket strip 355004
2 1 0 ohm ( brown- black-black)
1 1 1 1 00
4 AC Outlets 351001
6 Knobs -smal l 764185
2 Knobs -large
3 Sl ide switch DPDT ( six l ugs ) 332201
1 Sl i de swi tch SPST ( two l ugs) 331 1 01
43 #4-40 x ! Screw 61 1 245 1 #53 Lamp 526053
35 #4-40 Hex Nut 61 4245 1 Lamp bracket 386001
35 #4 Lckwasher 61 7205 2 400K Treble Control " 1 47404
2 #8-32 x ] Scrcw
61 1465 2 750K Bass Control * 1 47754
4 #8-32 Hex Nut
6 1 4465 1 750K Balan!:e f:ontrol ( dual ! 1 67754
4 #8 Lckwasher 61 7405 1 250K Volwne Control ( dua] ) 1 77254
12 #6 Sheet Metal Screws
61 2339 1 Piece Sleevi ng
1 #8 x 2',( Screw
6 1 1 405 3 pieces Hook-up Wi re I red-black-green)
4 Rubber Feet
859001 1 Bl end Sw| tch I Stereo-Mono seletor) 331001
1 Grommet
895003 l Selector Swi tch ( three deck 1 3331 20
l Pi lot Li ght Jewel
834004 Transformer PA-21 1 \ 464007 ) or PA-522 ( !20/ 240Vi 464022
I Spri ng Cl i p for pi l ot l i ght jewel
71 200 1 Line Cord 322092
L Ground Lug
639308 2 Shielded Cables 321072
8 _ Lkwusher
61 7065 1 !ron| Ilate
16 , Hex Nuts
61 4065 1 Chassis -5 piees ( incl uding cover)
7 1 1020
4 6-32 x 'in" Screws
61 1 355
1 Set Instructions & Warranty card
4 6-32 Nuts
61 4355
I Back Panel Label 926001
special controlpatnt
1 6