It's okay about the price difference being a little more costly, Claude. Just want to make sure that setting this up with two volume pots was not going to induce any extreme negative consequences to the Mr. Pass's overall Korg design.Yep, sure, one half each of 2 stereo pots does the trick... it is just more expensive and the Alps won't sound as nice, but no drama, it is an OK pot.
I do understand your point Pitbul.@Benjisan
What you will have to do is marking on front side to position the pots to the right value (or whatever you call).
I think that this volume stereo pot is intended for volume regulation. If you think that you will adjust level by your ear you destroy somebody's musical performance.
Not all music have equal level on L & R channel. With stereo pot you adjust divided value by single turn. Don't care about absolute value of the pots, they will divide signal pretty close.
Unfortunately my brothers hearing loss in his left ear is already making the intended music presentation out of whack for him as the primary listener. So correcting the imbalance by marginally increasing the decibels on the one channel corrects for his hearing deficit; and unfortunately puts other listeners in the room at a disadvantageous position listening wise as the skewing to one channel becomes rather obvious to an individual with better than optimal hearing, than him.
I know this for a fact when I visit him and can plainly hear the increase (shift) to the left channel.