capacitor : panasonic FC vs elna ROS(silmic) vs rubycon (blackgate) vs Nitai NPR

Discussion in 'DIY Discussion' started by han25, Feb 16, 2004.

  1. han25


    Dec 11, 2003
    Hi Guys,

    Has someone tried before/after those capacitor ?
    how do they sound ?
    from alots review the rubycon blackgate seem to have the best performance.

    Guys, lets me if any of the info are misplace/incorrect.

    capacitor :
    panasonic FC ? :confused:
    rubycon (blackgate) ? :confused:

    only this
    elna ROS(silmic)
    Good sound quality, fast, rick, detail and warm.

    Find in most of circuit at Denon or Marantz or Philips SACD player.

    elna ROA (cerafine)
    Usually, you can find it at the DAC power section.
    eg. Philips cd player.
    good in sound stage.

    nitai NPR
    Good sound quality, clear, clean bass, detail and sweet.

    Find in B&W Aura VA100LS feedback network

    han25, Feb 16, 2004
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  2. wadia-miester

    wadia-miester Mighty Rearranger

    Jun 19, 2003
    Beyond the 4th Dimension

    Add to your list please

    Sanyo Os-con
    'M' caps
    Cardas 'Golden refernce'

    Balckgates generally regarded as the best for power suppiles and coupling, tight firm detailed open and great bass, try the parallel version of the 'Hi-q's' stunning but not cheap.

    The FC series is a cracking sound for the cash, nice mid band placement, firmer bass, more open and airier top end great bargin

    'M' caps supremely musical, and coherient again superb bass
    Cardas caps, very sweat and detailed, great musical flow, not cheap

    My faves, Organic semi-conductor (oscons), total musical coherance & flow, great bass and real details superb, however personaly won't use to much for decoupling around regs & psu's Black gates better for that I feel. Wm
    wadia-miester, Feb 17, 2004
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  3. han25


    Dec 11, 2003
    Hi wadia-miester,

    Thank you for the info.

    han25, Feb 27, 2004
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