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Old 21st January 2003, 11:30 AM   #1
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Question Over kill?

I was thinking of purchasing Four or more of peter daniels Big beefy 230000uF caps. These are rated at 25v. Would they be overkill in terms of capacitance for a stereo Aleph5. Also is the 25v rating too low to use on an Aleph5?. As the Aleph-X isnt really finalised yet ( at least from what ive read up to) would i be more suited to an Aleph 2 to handle these caps maybe?.

What other Design could i use them for?

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The voltage rating of the caps is to low for an Aleph 2 or 5.
I believe the aleph-X is ready for prime-time. That is what I would go with.

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