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Old 23rd July 2008, 07:18 AM   #11
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In fact it depends on what cap you use for that...
If youre talking about Nichicon Muse Gold and Elna Silmic compared to an average elco cap theyre really impressive and good sounding ones.
However I personally prefer no cap... I have tested all these options and saw the most transparent option is no cap. The others may add some "spice" or their own "aroma" to the sound. But just that, I hear no additional distortion or noise with Ci...
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Old 31st May 2014, 08:21 PM   #12
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Build the two channels to different philosophies.
The Left channel as a DC coupled amplifier. The right channel as an AC coupled amplifier.

Hide the two channels from view inside a metal chassis.

Come back after a few years and tell us which channel blew up your speaker first.

Then review which channel now sounds better. The silent one, or the working one.
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Old 1st June 2014, 09:29 AM   #13
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Build the two channels to different philosophies.
The Left channel as a DC coupled amplifier. The right channel as an AC coupled amplifier.

Hide the two channels from view inside a metal chassis.

Come back after a few years and tell us which channel blew up your speaker first.

Then review which channel now sounds better. The silent one, or the working one.
Unhelpful, patronizing, sarcasm.......... WELL DONE!

Just wasted 20 seconds of my life reading it!
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Old 1st June 2014, 09:50 AM   #14
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It is intended to be a warning to those that might be tempted and misguided enough to try doing it incorrectly.

But then I am accused of posting unhelpful posts.
It obviously depends on the attitude and bias of the reader on whether it is helpful or unhelpful.

BTW,
there is an argument that could arrive at the conclusion that the silent channel performs better than that which is producing noise.
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