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Old 29th February 2012, 02:35 PM   #21
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I have zero sympathy for you, zero. Don't be so dramatic.

All you did was link another Asian distributor of these caps, downtown Shanghai no less. LMAO.

Sorry, Tanin Elna co. is only a factory in Thailand where they make things. They do not take custom orders, nor do they distribute products, they are only affiliated through manufacturing.

If you research a little bit first your lies would be more believable.
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Old 1st March 2012, 12:34 AM   #22
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Again my point, how come all these Asians seem to get surplus OEM "audio" caps?

What device was the custom made cap for, who was the manufacturer? I will even look it up for you. wheres the packaging??

You notice when Americans sell new caps in the swap meet you can usually see a box in the background.
Because everything on the planet is made in asia?
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Old 1st March 2012, 12:46 AM   #23
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Pocoyyo, why don't you ask Elna if these are authentic, you have a lot code and manufacturers part number?
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Old 2nd March 2012, 12:39 AM   #24
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Because everything on the planet is made in asia?
Sometimes we had a joke in here luke,
God make the world & all the rest made in china
(for the ic, they just reprinting)

i try to contact elna myself still without confirmation now
i ask headfi and analog metric but they are just said this is genuine

this time the store just bought 500pcs caps
from one of their electronic supplier
if i asked them they just said this is genuine
so what can i say now

btw thank you for all attention, best regards
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Old 2nd March 2012, 08:28 AM   #25
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How about we all chip in? $1 each and then buy one from Pocoyo - and ask him to cut it open to see what it looks like on the inside?
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Old 2nd March 2012, 09:53 AM   #26
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a few years ago, some diyaudio members and i got ripped off by a guy named jhuang from indonesia, remember the dual jfet group buy? turned out fakes, what we got were actually bjt's......never got my money back....
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Old 2nd March 2012, 12:41 PM   #27
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Pocoyo, you should confirm the capacitance and esr of the caps. If you don't have a meter of the appropriate span, you can rig up a discharge test through a capacitor using the timing method, look up "measuring capacitance." An esr meter is nice to have, you can get one for about $100. You could also mail one to a "reputable" diyaudio member (if such thing exists) and have them test it. They may even be able to do a leakage test for you. I don't think cutting one open proves anything. These two tests will at least confirm the stated values. The ESR should be .010 @ 1KHz) or thereabouts, definitely less than .020 for a "For Audio" cap. I measure .01 (@ 1Khz) on your previous 12000uF/63V caps you sold. Even if these measurements pan out, they could always be a less expensive cap with new wrapping, but they would at least have good specs.

One thing that gives me concern about these caps is the fact that they appear to be of identical construction to the 12000/63 ones you see out there and the wrapper text is also identical (except for the different values), though the capacitors are stated to have been built 9 years apart.
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How about we all chip in? $1 each and then buy one from Pocoyo - and ask him to cut it open to see what it looks like on the inside?
hi coconut & dreadp

luke email me and ask me to send him 1 caps
i think it is ok, better than i do it my self for the test
I wait for his address

thank you for some info before

now i can focus in wadia 12 mods,
a little headache cause the sound looks narrow & high
opa 627 bm was the suspect

best regards
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Old 2nd March 2012, 08:02 PM   #29
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Hi Pocoyo,

I can do the open test and take photos, but Dredpirate has a good point regarding it not proving as much as a capacitance test. I don't have a meter. I think a friend may have one. Ill let you know. Otherwise, perhaps another forum member can help?
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Old 2nd March 2012, 08:13 PM   #30
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I have a bunch of these I bought off ebay - just tested them using an Atlas ESR70+ tester - they come up as .02ohm ESR and 10050 capacitance. I've used them in several power supplies without any issues - if that's any help. They may be a bargain ? - I may even buy some off you Pocoyo
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