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Maker of potentiometers, switch+pots, "compensated" pots , around in 1979,
probably Japanese (in a Yamaha amp of that time)




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Unusual form, as the tracks are theoretically replaceable , on a separate
arc of paxolin, if you remove the rivet at either end.


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On 2/2/2012 7:24 AM, N_Cook wrote:
Maker of potentiometers, switch+pots, "compensated" pots , around in 1979,
probably Japanese (in a Yamaha amp of that time)




Hi,

I can't picture the logo, but the most common make I saw after Alps was
Nobel.

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Tim Schwartz
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On 2/2/2012 7:24 AM, N_Cook wrote:
Maker of potentiometers, switch+pots, "compensated" pots , around in

1979,
probably Japanese (in a Yamaha amp of that time)




Hi,

I can't picture the logo, but the most common make I saw after Alps was
Nobel.

Regards,
Tim Schwartz
Bristol Electronics


A lazy-S these days, perhaps a simpler N in the simpler 70s


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Maker of potentiometers, switch+pots, "compensated" pots , around in 1979,
probably Japanese (in a Yamaha amp of that time)


Before my time, but possibly Nichicon, whose name I have seen on caps?

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