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  1. Thanks, all ordered now. Have to wait to get set up but excited to hear the difference
  2. I'm in the UK. We don't seem to have any companies here set up for this sort of thing, so I'll probably be buying from china/the US anyway. Agree RE shipping costs, unless you happen to be this side of the pond too?
  3. Hello all, apologies for resurrecting an old thread but does anyone have a PCB for the 4CP-2500 going spare? Happy to pay for it, i've managed to pick one up elsewhere and it would be great to get a board and avoid any potential damage to it.
  4. Thanks all, will pop a post into the GB thread as the PCB sounds like a good idea. It was actually that thread which lead me to seek out the pot in the first place.
  5. Brilliant, thanks i'll give it a go in the near future. Two quick follow up questions - is it worth using fancy solder or is any reasonable 60/40 stuff fine? Also can I just confirm the pin out correspondence of the new pot vs the data sheet from left to right is 1, tap, 3 according to the data sheet? Just looking again and if i've got the data sheet diagram the right way around in my head it looks to me like on my current pot the '2' pin has been left unsoldered? I bought the TKD from http://www.diyaudio.vn/. It was a bit of a git to find any stockists, but the chap I spoke to was very h
  6. Hi all, I purchased a KGSSHV recently, and whilst overall i'm very pleased with the sound, the pot installed is cheap and unfortunately has some balance issues at lower volumes. It looks to be a modular type pot, and bizarrely has 4 lugs per channel rather than 3. I've managed to get hold of what I'm told is a rather nice TKD 4CP 2500 pot, which has three lugs per channel. Can anyone offer some advice on the correct way to go about wiring it in? Looking at the old pot, there looks to be a set of bridged lugs on the far right which go directly to a piece of wire bridging the in
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