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Old 15th November 2006, 02:26 PM   #1
elaar is offline elaar  United Kingdom
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Default Technics Master TA-KE II Capacitors


(not sure if this is the right channel to post this question in)

has anyone come across these capacitors before?
I bought 2x22000uF 63v ones a while back, they have 4 pins like:
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and I have no idea how they're supposed to be wired up. whether it uses - and B (for +) or if all 4 pins are used and there are 3 parallel caps inside.

Was just wondering if anyone has these in their equipment and could enlighten me? I believe technics used to use them in some of their high-end stuff. Unfortunately, I don't own a capacitor tester :/

Many thanks,
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Old 15th November 2006, 03:38 PM   #2
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I would think they are a standard panasonic pinout
largecan dimensions

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