This is my rebuilt pair of MKIV's. It was a very enjoyable project, but like all projects of this type, it had it's moments. As far as parts: PRP resistors, Russian PIO caps, Elna electrolytics, Bourn trim pots, center conductor from Mark Levinson's coax cable from the 1970-80's, it was pure silver, with a soft teflon jacket was used as the hook up wire, C & K 9201 switch for the triode/UL. I bought a kit from Vintage Electron on e-bay, an got them to sell me an addition pair of red test jacks so I could set the individual bias for the power tubes. I will try to supply a photo of the set up. I also made a pair of mini male banana to standard male banana plugs, so I don't have to hold a probe in the female mini banana on the side of the amp. The nine pin sockets are from Parts Connexion, and are teflon composition, and the octal are ceramic from the same place. The on/off switches are a heavy duty switches, power cords are Home Depot. The Quad cap is the larger than the stock cap that is available from Triode Electronics. That's about all I can think of at this point. I do want to thank Roy for all his help on the amps, and all the members here for their advice, could not have done it without you!
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