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Old 9th September 2002, 11:11 PM   #1
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Default Increasing size of power supply caps. in BOZ.

After seeing my BOSOZ a buddie of mine is making noises about building a Bride of Zen as his first project and I am wondering if it would be benificial to increase the power supply caps?

I read the thread about increasing the transformer size and it makes sense to increase the cap. as well.

My main question is, which caps. should be increased in size? Looking at the schematic I think C1, C3 and C4 should be increased in size.

Thanks for any info.

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Old 10th September 2002, 12:21 AM   #2
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Put 2200uF in instead of 1000uF ones. Be sure that they are at least 100V rated.
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