How many of each do you have?
I have ten of the CC MR and ten Sonic Cap Gen 1. I have six Jupiter HT Flat Stacked 12uF.
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Actually, S/O would be great for both locations. We could potentially trim the budget more with the 30uF "if" it happened to be the cap farthest from the tweeter.
The 30uF value is closest to the tweeter. What do you think of using Mundorf Silver Gold Oil in all locations, or a mix of Mundorf Silver Oil and Silver Gold Oil for the 15 and 30uF locations?
Sounds good to me.
If you weren't trimming the budget, the 12uF G1 would still be a fine choice. Even if you are trimming the budget, I would not compromise the 80uF beyond two CC MR 25uF Caps with two 15uF Jupiter "VT" Flat Stacks.
That should have said two 15uF Jupiter "HT" flat stacks. I mis-typed.
Just so I understand regarding the 80uF position - you are saying if I go with the plan of two 25uF CC MR and two Jupiter 15 uF HT-FS, this would be fine, and I should not compromise any further. Would this be correct? (Or should I keep the two 25uF CC MR and go with two 15uF CC MR caps to complete the circuit?)
Unfortunately, I would not be able to go with an all-out Jupiter HT-FS in this position as it would require four 15uF and two 10uF caps, unless Jupiter makes 20, 40, or 80uF values.
Assuming I had to purchase all-new caps for this value, would it be beneficial to use 80uF Sonicaps instead of the Clarity Cap MR/Jupiter Combo?
Or to use a Sonicap/Jupiter combination for this value?
If there is a better cap for this application, what would that be?
The G1 would be great provided the budget allows.
In the 220uF Shunt - what cap values (and how many) are we looking at to make up 220uF? One or two would be great.