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Old 17th November 2001, 01:11 AM   #1
pjkunz is offline pjkunz
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I have a BOZ I built a year or so ago and am considering adding additonal film bypass caps to the initial design.
The BOZ and many of the Pass designs appear to have 100uf~1000uF electrolytics as bypass/filter caps standing alone. Is there a reason for/against adding smaller value films in parallel to this design (NOT the AC coupling I/O caps)? I may just go ahead and try it, but welcome any insight.

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Old 17th November 2001, 12:40 PM   #2
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Pete,
The benefit wouldn't be as great, proportionately, as bypassing the input/output caps, but I'd do it. Any time you've got signal on the rails or bias, caps help.

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