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Old 24th June 2012, 06:11 PM   #1
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Default Philips MKT344 HQ Caps

Hi All,

I'm currently playing-in Philips MKT 344 HQ caps, those big yellow bricks, in some of my cd-players and one md-player. I use them as coupling cap for audio and I find them sound very very good! Does anyone agree? Maybe just a tiny bit too shrill? Cymbals sound very clear.
I use mostly 4.7uF/250V simply because I have a bag full.
Replies very welcome, TNX!

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