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Pete22 3rd August 2006 10:08 AM

ARC D90 needs new electrolytics
 
Looking for electrolytics that will fit in my Audio Research D90. The old ones are gone and ARC wants $60 a piece for them (8 is needed) so iīm trying to find a replacement that is a little less costly.
It feels like i have been looking everywhere. Farnell had a few that was good but didnīt fit diameter-wise.
The originals are 135mm high and 35 mm in diameter. The last of these amps that left the factory had 450v/450uF. The earliest examples had 450v/300uF.

All help is very much appreciated :(

klm1 3rd August 2006 01:50 PM

400V electrolytics
 
I see 3 ea 450V 390 uF on fleabay, item #170014461074 , shipping US$ 10.00 cost 6.00-that'll get you started!
mouser carriesnichicon
@ $us 5.73 ea./ 25 qty, plus shipping(!)
does this help?

aroS3 3rd August 2006 02:22 PM

Take a look at the JJ El Caps 500uF/500v, 35mm diam - 88mm long.
Hope that fits you....

Pete22 3rd August 2006 04:47 PM

Thanks for the help both of you. AroS3; Canīt seem to find them anywhere. Do you have a link?
KLM1; unfortunately they are to big. Canīt be more than 35mm wide to fit.

Pete22 3rd August 2006 09:47 PM

KLM1; I missed your second suggestion. They might work but i have to check if i can fit them in the holes. If so, perfect.

AroS3; Found it on the tube store but they are out of stock. Any suggestions?

aroS3 3rd August 2006 09:56 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by Pete22
Thanks for the help both of you. AroS3; Canīt seem to find them anywhere. Do you have a link?
KLM1; unfortunately they are to big. Canīt be more than 35mm wide to fit.


Here is the 1st link that came in my mind wait for some more maybe tomorrow morning

ReJJ Dealer in Greece
Look at the bottom of the page

Regards,
George

sorenj07 3rd August 2006 10:10 PM

get JJ caps here:

http://tubedepot.com/can.html

Pete22 3rd August 2006 10:24 PM

aroS3; it looks like the JJ:s only can take a temperature up to 70 degrees celsius. Is that enough? It gets pretty hot in there :hot:

Pete22 3rd August 2006 10:26 PM

sorenj07; i already looked in there but they donīt seem to have the 500v/500uF.

fred76 3rd August 2006 11:31 PM

Hi,

Here's something that meets the 450V headroom and diameter requirement. Long life, high ripple current, and high temp range too:

http://www.mouser.com/search/refine....t=5985-450V470

fred


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