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Old 13th July 2002, 02:18 AM   #1
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Default T-Network Power Electrolytics

Has anybody tried these ?

http://www.dnm.co.uk/capacitors.html

http://www.dnm.co.uk/ALN20S.pdf

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interesting, I believe I have an amp that uses these types of capacitors, I wondered why they used four pins up until now!
They do seem to have nicer effects than normal caps by better conductance of their charge to the pins and less resistance and inductance... Though, I have no idea if they're worth whatever the company prices them for.
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