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Old 30th November 2011, 11:39 PM   #11
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Ok, you want high-end axials? Go Mundorf, for sale here. Pull your wallet... The e-cap might be of your interest, amongst others

FYI: the Vishay bought BC, and BC bought Philips cap division before that. the '021' and '118' models (and any other model from BC for that sake) are the original model codes from Philips era. They just are bloody good caps, but their 'looks' do not look like high-end audio destination.
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And unless you have specific Nichicons in mind, Nichi was on the list at Mouser.
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Old 1st December 2011, 05:28 AM   #13
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Ok, you want high-end axials? Go Mundorf, for sale here. Pull your wallet... The e-cap might be of your interest, amongst others
OK, I do love the polys! BUT, my name ain't Rockefeller baby! These are available in such a small form factor? Probably still can't afford them.

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FYI: the Vishay bought BC, and BC bought Philips cap division before that. the '021' and '118' models (and any other model from BC for that sake) are the original model codes from Philips era. They just are bloody good caps, but their 'looks' do not look like high-end audio destination.
All right, I think we are getting somewhere. Thank You VERY Much AmpliFire! I hope to be able to find something!
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Old 1st December 2011, 05:39 AM   #14
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And unless you have specific Nichicons in mind, Nichi was on the list at Mouser.
Brother I get what you are saying. I can Find axials. Just trying to find out if anybody can tell me anything about Good Sounding axials!
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