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Old 23rd April 2010, 04:58 PM   #11
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I made the same mistake in looking for 'Aeon' but they are known as 'Axon'.

Here's another source that seems to have that one in stock:

Speaker City sells speakers, drivers, audiophile loud: Axon True Caps 250 volt 5%
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I made the same mistake in looking for 'Aeon' but they are known as 'Axon'.

Here's another source that seems to have that one in stock:

Speaker City sells speakers, drivers, audiophile loud: Axon True Caps 250 volt 5%
Thanks, just ordered 2 of those.

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Old 25th April 2010, 07:40 PM   #14
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Papa recommended Axon caps because they're affordable MKP specimens.


A value of 4.7uF would be cutting corners, but the only one that can tell 9.1uF, 11uF, or 10uF apart is your wallet.
Bigger never hurts, btw.
That's why I construct my b1 with axon 11uf from partconnexion. Much cheaper than other supplier of axon 10uf.
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I bought some Axons for my amps from Speaker City. Good experience with that place
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sonically equivalent
The one below cost me 70 $cents.
A bleu colored FEP cap from the same manufacturer has the edge, but a cheapo MKP bypassed with a small candy cap eats all similar size polypropylene competitors.

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Old 22nd May 2010, 01:51 PM   #17
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The one below cost me 70 $cents.
t a cheapo MKP bypassed with a small candy cap eats all similar size polypropylene competitors.:
Hi,
Forgive my ignorance, but what is a "candy" cap?
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ERSE Audio have a 10uF that fits the board with no fiddling. The only hangup is a $20 min order so if you need some other caps its no problem - they have other stuff too.

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The bleu cap in that value seems to be sold out...only $722.51 CAD...each
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but what is
A metal foil capacitor.
The likes of Vishay Roederstein KP1830-KP1837, Wima FKP, Reliable Cap PPFA/X.
Or prime beef polystyrene such as Relcap RT/RTX, small size Wondercaps or old school Siemens KS.
And PTFE caps, as the Chateauroux/SCR that was linked to, or something Russian to keep it cheapo.
A stack of 2.2uF Wima FKP with a 0.1uF styroflex/teflon bypass is pretty ok, shame it looks so messy.
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