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Old 13th September 2006, 08:36 PM   #1
telford is offline telford  United Kingdom
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The A3i is a wonderful piece of kit but with the rest of my setup is a little timid and laid back.
Will changing the power supply capacitors and coupling capacitors for better audio grade ones have any effects? Which grades are considered best for this amp? I assume putting something like Black Gate caps in is a bit of overkill.
If these changes are beneficial, which ones do I change? There are an awful lot of them on the three boards.
Are any other mods reccommended?
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