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Old 8th April 2009, 04:38 AM   #1
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Question Black gate 220uf NP 35/50v

Hello,I have been looking for Black gates 220uf NP 35/50v all over the net but, no luck. Do you know where I can get these caps or a substitution for a Black Gate capacitor (quality).I need better quality than just regular electrolytic NP capacitors.thank you
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Black Gates were not available in that rating, the 220uF were only NX at 6.3V

The closest would be N 100/50 or NX 680/35. Percy still carries the latter one.
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Hi Peter! Well what should I replace these 220uf NP 35v caps with?. should I use two 100uf NP Black Gates in parallel?.Thank you. I hear Elnas are good too but, I have used Black Gates capacitors with an excellent results and I am very happy with Black Gates. I know they are expensive but, they are worthy!.
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BG N 100/50 are not available any longer.

There is no substitute for Black Gate N type, thse closest is probably Panasonic FC.
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Well,I have not found any Panasonic Fc 220uf NP or Elna cerafine NP. this is not so common value or what?.Percy has Black gate 220uf NP but in 160v and I think is really big since it is not solder legs,it is "snap"in cap.
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as you can see I do not have so much room on the board.it is the "yellow ones one in each board"
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Old 8th April 2009, 06:36 AM   #7
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picture #2. I will change those two 220uf NP caps to upgrade the amp.
Now I have three amps,I have one for sale here but,I do not know where it went lol.
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I found it.this is the one for sale.I am trying to get the money to get the pre-amp for my Bryston amp.
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You can use regular electrolytics as well in place of NP
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Hello Peter! I am not sure if I should use a "POLARISED" cap instead of the "NON-POLARIZED" cap. Here is the schematic,check capacitor #7 it is 220uf 25v NP. and if I "can" use the polarized cap,should I put the negative line to the ground?
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