Problem is is that the bezel is always the spare everyone wants - the
fixing screws tend to get over-tightened so you nearly always get "star"
cracking around them.
You are better off buying one like this where the bezel is good. I asked
what this was made of on UKVRR 5 years ago -
We came to the conclusion that it was Catalin/Urea Formaldehyde.
Other problems to watch out with these is like a lot of radios of this era,
the chassis is LIVE and the output/speaker transformer often overheats and
fails, requiring a rewind..
I wrote up doing this a few years ago (for a DAC90A but it's the same on a
DAC10) - madly fiddly thing to do -
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