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Old 3rd June 2017, 01:18 PM   #1
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Default audio capacitors 1800/150 uF ?

audio capacitors 1800/150 uF ?

are there any audio grade caps with:

1800uf + 35v ?
150uf + 35v ?

or substitute:
1800 for 2200
150 for 220

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There is no such beast as 'Audio Grade'. They are either good or very good.
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Old 3rd June 2017, 06:57 PM   #3
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I think you'll find that mouser advertises "Audio Grade Electrolytic Capacitors" e.g. Elna

...as an alternative to the OEM bog standard panasonic ones that I wish to replace.

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I think you'll find that mouser advertises "Audio Grade Electrolytic Capacitors" e.g. Elna

...as an alternative to the OEM bog standard panasonic ones that I wish to replace.
Really. An outfit that makes money by moving caps advertises and that is 'proof'? Really.
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Really. An outfit that makes money by moving caps advertises and that is 'proof'? Really.
No, obviously it's not proof, but there are several that brand caps as 'audio' quality, e.g. HI-FI Collective.

Nichicon manufacture electrolytic capacitors specifically designed for audio.
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Yes, muse are very good (looking)
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...OK: what caps other than panasonic are suitable for DAC use: (with these parameters)

1800uf + 35v ?
150uf + 35v ?

or substitute:
1800 for 2200 ?
150 for 220 ?
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Yes, muse are very good (looking)
yes the nichicon muse look great "BUT!" there doesn't seem to be any:

1800 uf 35v
150uf 35v

the nearest seems to be:

220
2200

...which brings me back to my original question?
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