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BTW, complex crossover. What loudspeakers are they?
With the Miflex caps, even the small values used for by-pass caps are huge in comparison to others. It’s the 600Vdc rating. IIRC, Sonicaps and Sonicap Platinums are 100Vdc. That extra capacity really bulks them up.
You are here too:http://www.classicspeakerpages.net/IP.Board/index.php?/topic/9293-ar-9-ar-90-crossover-re-capping-adventure/Older thread with big pictures.http://www.classicspeakerpages.net/IP.Board/index.php?/topic/4174-what-type-of-capacitors-should-i-put-in-my-ar-90s/&do=findComment&comment=72371[IMG, link] http://www.classicspeakerpages.net/IP.Board/uploads/monthly_01_2008/post-101175-1200489092.jpgClean walls... No Rez or similar inside?
The walls seem... aglomerate. Old speakers Before changing more components, such as resistors, it would be better to add a sandwich with viscoelastic material like No Rez, I think.
Now that nobody reads us, did you notice improvement by adding cushioning to the furniture? And with Mills resistors? You probably did it all at once.Dynamat is very expensive!Now, in you loudspeakers this vinyl rip would sound great. In glorious mono, LIVE.Thelonious Monk Quartet - Mønk (2018), Vinyl, mono, Gearbox Records, UShttps://www.discogs.com/Thelonious-Monk-M%C3%B8nk/release/12576350https://www.diyaudio.com/forums/music/6958-playing-listening-post5999443.html- End off topic -
You are absolutely correct about the ClarityCaps. Nice, but very colored, in some respects. And that upper end roll-off, drove me crazy. I was hoping it would improve with burn in, which it did to some degree. But, I had to add bypass caps, to open them up a bit more, and the sound was still slightly muted in the highs. While I like their sound, the Clarity's still aren't quite to my liking. I might try a mix of ClarityCaps and Mundorf's, to see if I can get a better blend.
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