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Old 13th August 2012, 12:42 AM   #1
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Default Has anyone tried a 10,000 uf @ 50 volts for the dayton audio Dta 100?

Hello all. I just wanted to know if anyone tried this tweek. I have already tryed it and it has made this t-amp into a better t-amp. I put the postive and negative from the cap and soldered it to the pc board just before the power supply comes in or plugs in. I had to drill holes at the bottom of this little amp to get the wires to fit. Now with this in place The amps power supply is not so drained after there is a big bass note. I just thought I would pass this on. Jm
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