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Old 19th July 2012, 09:07 PM   #1
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Default Changing input and output caps in classd amp

I am told that this amp uses metallized polyprop caps in the input and output. Is there any advantage in sound quality to changing these to teflon or polystyrene and foil. I am accustomed to doing this in anlogue amps and have always an improvement. I know nothing about class d and would ask for instruction in this matter. I would also like to know if changing caps might affect the stability of the amp. Thanks
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