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Old 23rd April 2009, 10:26 PM   #1
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Default PIO condensers for B1?H

Hi all,
I'm currently waiting for the B1 boards and have started collecting the components. Being a novice at electronics, so I need a little help in my selection.

I have a read a lot about the B1, but there are so many posts on this subject, that I could not find the answer to my question, so this post.

I have a sotck of really big 10 F PIO condenser rated at 1000 V, normally used in power supplies. Could these be used for the B1 or is it a bad idea? These are really big, so I'm wondering if I have to plan for these in the choice of the box to hold everything, or not...

Thanks!
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Old 30th April 2009, 12:49 AM   #2
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My first try at B1 was P2P. I used PIO. I liked it very much and have found them nice in other amps. You have them, so no sense not trying them. Just clip in with alligator clips and see how it goes.
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