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Old 2nd September 2005, 06:26 PM   #1
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Default Rubycon ZF vs Panasonic FC

Hey I found I had some Rubycon FZ caps for another project rated at 50v and 1000uf, how do they compare with the Panasonic FC's. These would be used on a GC amp board. Whatever I use, is it common to bypass these caps with small value film caps, any advantage? Any disadvantage?
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Yes you should use ~ 100nF near the power supply pins of the amp chip. For a start, one should always recognize what the datasheet says.

I have used Rubicon ZL for my "GC", but seriously, I have not heard the differences between supply caps yet.

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