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Using Blackgate Caps in P101
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Old 21st March 2005, 02:39 PM   #1
ShinOBIWAN is offline ShinOBIWAN  United Kingdom
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Default Using Blackgate Caps in P101

I'm thinking of upgrading the electrolytics to Blackgate STD & Nx series in my upcoming P101 build. I've already gone for polyproplyne caps over the polyester where I can. Just thinking of what can be done to improve on the standard parts.

How much improvement would be apparent over say the bog standard Elna caps I have lying around here at the moment.
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Well I'm using them anyway.

Better than the 'mearly functional' most folks around here use.
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