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Old 30th August 2011, 02:29 PM   #1
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Default Help in improving a Cambridge P500 (more caps)

I have looked on the schematic on the A500 integrated amp that look very similar to the P500. there are only 4 x 2200 microF per rail, and many reviews have noted a bit weak bass.

Could that be improved by adding more caps?
there is plenty of space in the cabinet. I assume that way bugger caps will stress the rectifying bridge at start?
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