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Andrea: 22nd November 2009 03:27 PM

What do you consider as better between Evox MMK and Wima MKS2 (or MKS02)
 
Specifically in analog power supply decoupling applications. Thanks!

Andrea: 22nd November 2009 04:05 PM

Equal? :)

Andrea: 22nd November 2009 06:43 PM

No idea?

wintermute 23rd November 2009 01:37 AM

I've used both (but in different amplifiers) and have not tried to do any A/B comparisons. Now I would instead use the evox SMR's I also used them in the same amp as the evox MMK's, but in 2003 I was somewhat pioneering with respect to using PPS caps so only used them in some places, as I couldn't find any info on anyone who had used them in audio circuits at the time.

Tony.

Kurt von Kubik 23rd November 2009 11:34 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by wintermute (Post 1989839)
I've used both (but in different amplifiers) and have not tried to do any A/B comparisons. Now I would instead use the evox SMR's I also used them in the same amp as the evox MMK's, but in 2003 I was somewhat pioneering with respect to using PPS caps so only used them in some places, as I couldn't find any info on anyone who had used them in audio circuits at the time.

Tony.

I agree!
SMR are superior to both the Wima MKS and other Evox types.
Btw. I´d rather use Wima MKP types for audio than MKS ones if possible.
Ányway now I´d prefer the SMR for decoupling puposes over any of the other types.
Wima also has a series of PPS types, but they seem to be difficult to find.

samoloko 28th June 2012 11:58 AM

and how do you compare black gate N to PPS caps and Evox SMR, Evox MMK, Wima MKS used for decoupling
I have seen Wima polyester caps with 5 mm pitch and 22 uF / 16 V

Audio Maniac 28th June 2012 10:42 PM

Who sells Rifa SMR capacitors in US or Canada?


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