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abiedoodles 24th September 2007 03:52 PM

what capacitor is this?
 
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Hi, i bought these three capacitors from the local electronic shop
and dont know what brand it is, can someone know or identify this caps? it looks in good quality...

AUDIO
4700UF 63v
85c M ce
1N15B

abiedoodles 24th September 2007 03:54 PM

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IT has a gold markings

abiedoodles 24th September 2007 03:56 PM

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heres the top,

abiedoodles 24th September 2007 04:49 PM

hi, anyone can help me?

Nordic 24th September 2007 05:24 PM

My yamaha subwoofer has exactly the same type caps in, use them!

abiedoodles 24th September 2007 05:42 PM

ok thanks,
it maybe panasonic , they have the same curvature of the can in the lower part of other panasonic caps.

bananatuan 10th December 2007 06:58 AM

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I have a lot of vintage axial capacitor which is on attached picture asf :

1) TriCap Type250 5MFD 200VDC
2) TexCap Type31 5MFD 200VDC

I wonder that what's kind of that capacitor : Polyproylene or Polyester or Paper film cap ? I intend to use it on output/input signal in my preamplifier but how's quality ??? :confused:

Thank you / Banana

MikeBettinger 11th December 2007 02:50 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by bananatuan
I have a lot of vintage axial capacitor I wonder that what's kind of that capacitor : Polyproylene or Polyester or Paper film cap ? I intend to use it on output/input signal in my preamplifier but how's quality ??? :confused:

Thank you / Banana

Paper film caps sound great. It takes a good microscope to determine this . I'd love to find a source for NOS.

Mike.

bananatuan 12th December 2007 09:01 AM

I wonder what's kind of my cap ?
I found on one shop which sell TexCap Type 27 (without picture). They said it was a paper cap. So that I think that mine (type 31) is the same and hope so :D

MikeBettinger 12th December 2007 04:51 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by bananatuan
I wonder what's kind of my cap ?
I found on one shop which sell TexCap Type 27 (without picture). They said it was a paper cap. So that I think that mine (type 31) is the same and hope so :D

Well worth a listen in a coupling cap application. I'm curious as to what you hear. Mike.


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