The 1934 Pacific model 107 has a feature called NSC (Noise Suppression Control) - and the control for this is a second arc dial. There are two known cabinets for this model in the Pacific lineup:
Everything I have ever read about this model says there is a Courtenay model 207 that uses the same chassis - JWS notes it in the Golden Age books. But I've never seen a Courtenay model with two dials, or a tag indicating a 207 model.
Has anyone seen one - or does anyone have one? Does the Courtenay 207 just have a single dial with just a plain knob rather than a full dial for NSC? So many questions...
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