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Old 31st August 2012, 05:07 PM   #1
dobiejoe is offline dobiejoe  United States
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I am building this. http://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/tpa6120a2.pdf
Can anybody recommend a good company or brand of capaciters to use. I will be using 100uf,10uf,2.2uf,0.1uf, and 2.2nf caps. I will be feeding a total of 48V into this project and cant seem to find the right caps. Also what do you think the voltage on the resisters should be.? And yes I am a noob. I need to get everything sized up so that when I order a PCB it will be correct for size and spacing.
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Electrolytic should be Panasonic FC series, good performance, low cost, and easy to get hold of. Any decent 5% polyester or mica caps will do for the rest. If you know the voltage on the caps then choose a value above that voltage e.g. 48V requires a 50V cap.

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