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Postby EzekielJordan » Thu Feb 20 2020 11:33

Capacitors are not all created equal, therefore they do not sound equal. Links to different sound characteristics and evaluations are below. Please note that the vocabulary from one person to another is quite different. There are no carved in stone definitions of what capacitors sound like. But they absolutely do not sound the same. Music is far to complex to not be effected by the many small changes in manufacturing materials and process. Not much has been done to compare caps one to another because of the high cost of the caps and the long time it takes to do a good job. All of the testers listed below used different amps and speakers, mostly high end, (I think most of the testers are rich kids and/or are addicted to finding the best way to play their music).
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Postby dangermouse » Sat Feb 22 2020 11:10

no links.......
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Postby Yatsushiro » Sat Feb 22 2020 16:30

dangermouse wrote:no links.......


Prime Spam, perhaps...
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