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Old 31st July 2013, 09:34 AM   #1
MickRS is offline MickRS  Netherlands
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Default Elekit tu 879s upgrades

I allready asked this in the Elekit thread, but maybe this is a better place...

I'm going to built myself this kit, but as I'm spending money right now, why stop? So I'm thinking of upgrading right away. Based on the Positive Review i want to upgrade to Supply capacitor and the coupling caps. And I have seen some threads about this, but those didnt answer my questions completely.

Can someone tell me what i need? The v-caps are are bit expensive, so which do you guys recommend? And which ones do I need (specifications)?
Also thinking of an upgrade of the volume pot. Any suggestions? Stepped attenuator or a pot?

Looking forward to your suggestions....
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