>>944398 >http://www.humblehomemadehifi.com/Cap.html he's not selling them, he describing them like they are wine or bear. <These caps have a lean, clinical brightness to them and at the same time lack transparency. A form of artificial clarity is created by means of a treble glare in the top end - at least they don't have a loudness effect. They work well in opening-up a dull, lifeless speaker but that's about it.These caps have a lean, clinical brightness to them and at the same time lack transparency. A form of artificial clarity is created by means of a treble glare in the top end - at least they don't have a loudness effect. They work well in opening-up a dull, lifeless speaker but that's about it.
It's funny and saddish because his gibberish is kinda based on not only true but empirically verifiable facts. I know a bit about capacitors and their uses in higher frequency situations (I'm talking about >10mhz). I mean, you can actually MEASURE the non linearities and parasitics of capacitors. It's sad when someone like this guy seems to know something about it and then completely omits to simply ballpark the gains of using these expensive kinds of components in a audio frequency product. It's bullshit to the limit but I have to admit - the caps look fucking stylish. I'd totally buy some just for the looks if they weren't total scam.
>>944402 >he's not selling them, he describing them like they are wine or bear. Actually, things like glare, clarity, and brightness are technical terms...that said >A higher rating does not automatically mean that one capacitor is better than another. A hi-fi system is a very complex sum of many variables, a capacitor is only one part of that total, so depending on implementation things may vary a little. On the other hand you can be assured that capacitor A with a 6 point rating won't "beat" capacitor B with a 10 point rating.
>higher rating doesn't mean better >higher rating definitely means better
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