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Old 5th February 2007, 04:06 PM   #1
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Default Audio grade axial electrolytics 47uf/63v

Hi im looking to replace some Philips electrolyics in my amplifier. They are 47uf/63v. Heres a picture of the amp. there are two differant types of small lytic caps in the amp both are made by Philips. One is a light blue radial type which im going to replace with Cerafines, but the metalic blue axial lead parts are a bit harder to fnd a suitable replacement for. I guess I could just use a radial and leave the leads long, but im not sure this is such a good idea? Anyone know where i could get these caps or something similar or better??
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Old 6th February 2007, 02:07 PM   #2
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I have some 22uF 63V BC radial type. Interested can mail me.

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Old 9th February 2007, 03:53 AM   #3
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Xicon's high temp electrolytic caps are favored by most everyone in the DIY audio world. They're a very vivid green.
Check them out here:*140htrl*

None exactly rated for 63 volts but going a little higher can't hurt. I've used a LOT of different caps in my audio circuits, the high temp vivid green Xicon's by far sound the best out of the aluminum electrolytic. There is a noticeable difference when I've used these in contrast to so many others. They just seem more detailed and less harsh sounding.
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