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Old 16th July 2006, 08:33 PM   #1
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Default advantage to wiring 2 or more capacitors parallel in a simple first order crossover?

is there any advantage to wiring 2 or more capacitors parallel in a simple first order crossover?

For example, My xover calls for a 12uf paper in oil cap..

i could buy 1 12uf cap, or 2 6ufs or 3 ufs...

is there any advantage sonically from running the in parrallel vs as one biggie?

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