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Old 3rd September 2010, 08:53 PM   #1
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Hi, guys! Here are some good looking quite fat nice blue low profile electrolytics on e-bay that might be of use when building PSU for filtering out the pulsation and providing some extra support for a good deep sounding bass. The size is half of a Duracap of the same specs! And aluminum terminals are much larger in diameter, than Duracap, must be low ESR, so no problem with passing high currents (almost the same diameter as a car battery cable ) Have a look...
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Old 7th September 2010, 07:52 PM   #2
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Hi, guys! Here are some good looking quite fat nice blue low profile electrolytics on e-bay that might be of use when building PSU for filtering out the pulsation and providing some extra support for a good deep sounding bass. The size is half of a Duracap of the same specs! And aluminum terminals are much larger in diameter, than Duracap, must be low ESR, so no problem with passing high currents (almost the same diameter as a car battery cable ) Have a look...
I bought 8 of these a couple years ago with no problems. The recent feedbacks are troubling however. Have these buyers been made happy?. I would like a couple more but....

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make sure you get the screws with them as I bought 16 of them and some were short their screws
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None of my 8 had screws. That is not a big deal. I just want some reassurance from the seller that he has it together and will ship as promised. Feedback for last 2 ebay transactions is bad.....

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Hi, guys! It's easy to understand your point, so, reassurance is simple. You get a copy of shipment papers by e-mail on the very same day I ship the caps or simply use the CP tracking number and watch your stuff flying your way. I can make mistakes, I can even get sick and tired of selling these excellent caps for a quarter of what they should cost and do actually cost when sold by some other sellers, but I'm not a cheater and have never been one, so it's up to you to trust me like the old times or not to trust just because someone decided to get some extra caps for nothing and kill my previously perfect 100% ebay reputation in turn. Otherwise that's the same caps you are happy with for so many years, so I wouldn't worry about how happy is somebody else. Speaking of screws... I do have them and caps do come with the screws only if I know that you need them. If you don't get all of them, just let me know and I'll simply replace them, yes, even after 3 years. I simply don't see what else I can do in order to reassure you even more. If that doesn't help much, I'll try once more under a new name or simply scrap them all at the scrap yard just to avoid any headaches like that in the future. BR Lubo
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