[sdiy] Favourite electrolytic cap brand / model?

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Tue Dec 21 09:50:41 CET 2021

A couple of specs to look for are low internal resistance, and high temperature tolerance. Buying 105°C parts usually ensures high quality and long service life. 
For audio coupling in products I have built, I have used an electrolytic paralleled with a polypropylene cap.
David Reaves

> On Dec 21, 2021, at 3:51 , cheater cheater via Synth-diy <synth-diy at synth-diy.org> wrote:
> I'm looking to buy a bunch of electrolytic caps just to have some
> values around. I'm looking for small to medium sizes, for audio work
> and basic supply filtering (so up to, say, 30V?). Size isn't
> important, this is just for messing around, but I'd like them to be
> high quality, good for audio, and not dry out / drift after being
> stored for 10 years, and not corrode. I don't want to buy typical "run
> of the mill" since they usually end up being bad in one of a few ways.
> I'd appreciate suggestions. Note I'm looking for electrolytic caps
> only at this time, not polystyrene etc.
> Thanks!
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