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Old 7th February 2003, 05:50 PM   #1
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I have 48 of those ROE 4,700/50V elkos, rated 85 deg C. They measure 30mm dia. and 50mm tall. I've been using same caps in my A75 amp, so they are at least 7 years old. They measure well and were not used.
I'm asking $1.50 USD a pc. I was keeping all those caps to use in Alephs, but since now I'm into X amps I don't need that high voltage and 230,000/25V Philips caps will do.
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