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Old 25th March 2004, 07:57 PM   #1
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Default High Quality Capacitors for Active Crossover

I am looking around for suitable Polypropolyne or polystyrene capacitors for an active crossover.

Has anyone had any experience with the Panasonic P Series Polypropolene capcitors DigiKey Capacitors Part no P3103-ND used in active crossovers?

They are rated @ 50 volts and measure 8x4x7 mm, idea for pcb mounting.

The size and quality appear to attractive compared to large exotic capacitors. Altuallly I recall these are used in the Pearl RIAA Phono stage..

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