bubbasweet wrote:wow lol THX GP49. I looked all over the internet and didn't find that info. How do these PAM-1 pre amps sound? I am planning on using it with a turntable and going into 2 Mk IIIs
Basically the audio circuitry is identical to the PAS preamps. The phono stage has switchable equalization to select from several different curves besides RIAA. You would plug your PAMs into the Mark III octal sockets for power supply and the Mark III AC cords into one of the PAMs...and also the AC power cord of the other PAM, so you can switch the whole setup on and off from only one PAM.
A rarity: the Dynaco stereo adapter that combined two PAMs onto one faceplate with a common volume and balance control. It was supplanted by the PAS-2, which was much cheaper and less cumbersome. However, those who collect early-50s LPs that had different equalization curves...all of these are mono...still like and use the PAM.