Factory-built versus kit versions of the Mark III: I know about the Chassis Label, the use of rivets instead of nuts and bolts and the 1000 ohm resistors between pins 5 & 6 of the 6550 sockets on the Factory Built version.
But are there any significant wiring differences between two versions of the amplifier??
The Dynaco assembly manual (which I assume is for the kit version) shows one of the choke leads going to the SQUARE Tab of the quad cap and the other choke lead going to Pin #8 of the GZ34 socket. Then a wire runs from Pin #8 of the GZ34 socket back to the HALF-CIRCLE or HALF_MOON Tab of the quad cap.
The few factory-built Mark III's that I have seen all had the stock 30-20-20-20 quad cap and had the choke leads going to the SQUARE Tab and the HALF-CIRCLE or HALF_MOON Tabs. Then a wire ran from the HALF-CIRCLE or HALF_MOON Tab of the quad cap back to Pin #8 of the GZ34 socket.
Is this correct or are there some other wiring differences that I am missing??
Would there be any appreciable voltage differences for readings taken on the Dynaco PCB or at the quad cap tabs based upon how the wires run?
Please let me know,