Unless a rig is a tube-type, whether it is owned by a smoker or
non-smoker is a moot point.
It's high voltage that attracts smoke particles into the rig, same as
with an "electrostatic precipitator" used in home HVAC.
The only things left with high voltages are (vacuum tube) amplifiers,
and the occasional CRT-style computer monitor (which shouldn't be used
in an HF ham shack anyway due to RFI.) Anything else is not going to be
distinguishable as having been owned by a smoker or non-smoker.
Kirk Braunius wrote:
>Includes microphone, power cable, mobile bracket, and manuals. Non smoker.
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