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Old 2nd January 2013, 01:02 PM   #81
camargo is offline camargo
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Dear Mod Zen
The tantalum capacitors that I have are the new (drop). Have you tried them in the signal path? I already did upgrade cd player with tantalum decoupling in DC, they are fantastic for some applications already made ​​a phono pre with them, they were better Clarity Caps SA and obbligato caps copper, WIMA MK10 and others. It costs nothing to try this application .... Greetings ....
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