What does "double rail capacitance on all channels" mean

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ctbarker32

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I guess as an audiophile I am expected to know this, but I don't know what "double rail capacitance on all channels" mean? How does it improve the sound, etc? I have had a 5 channel x-Cherry I for about a year and I believe I have this feature.

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Re: What does "double rail capacitance on all channels" mean
« Reply #1 on: 27 Oct 2020, 01:33 pm »
I guess as an audiophile I am expected to know this, but I don't know what "double rail capacitance on all channels" mean? How does it improve the sound, etc? I have had a 5 channel x-Cherry I for about a year and I believe I have this feature.
This means there are two rail capacitors per channel instead of the normal one/ch.  We do this on 4-CHerry and 5-CHerry now.  2-CHerry and 3-CHerry have triple rail capacitance.  The more capacitance, the easier the amps handle significant transients.

Thanks for your post.

-Tommy O