Ed Evans

by Ed Evans
(Las Vegas Nevada)

A slight correction, the first picture is of Power Station Studio A which has an 8088 console. That was an 8068 (normally 32 channels) with 8 more channels. This was manufactured that way with other improvements over the earlier 8068s (some by Ed Evans of Power Station) and were the last of the 80x8 series. There were only a few of this type made.
Others have taken 8068s and 8058s and combined them to make larger consoles, but the 8088 was the only factory version of the expanded format.

Ed Evans

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