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In Reply to: RE: 300hz is too high posted by KanedaK on February 5, 2017 at 06:58:06:
That's happened to everyone at least once! Don't sweat it. We all waste more money than we should on this obsession. How much are they worth, a few bucks? You could keep them around for trying as bypass of other caps.
Eventually, if this configuration works properly and sounds good, you will need to spend serious money on really good copper foil caps because the entire mid/high signal will pass through them.
What is the configuration of the current passive filter? Please supply complete, specific information. Why do you want to add another filter if you're already shelving low freq's by 6db/octave below 400hz?
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Topic - Input coupling caps as high-pass filter - KanedaK 11:34:26 02/02/17 (13)
- 300hz is too high - madisonears 18:56:56 02/03/17 (6)
- RE: 300hz is too high - KanedaK 06:58:06 02/05/17 (5)
- RE: Input coupling caps as high-pass filter - KanedaK 18:50:19 02/03/17 (2)
- 7,960pF not 7.96pF (nt) - Tre' 15:58:56 02/04/17 (0)
- RE: Input coupling caps as high-pass filter - madisonears 15:20:26 02/04/17 (0)
- You would be crazy not to - firstname.lastname@example.org 12:20:50 02/03/17 (0)
- RE: Input coupling caps as high-pass filter - Hornlover 09:46:01 02/03/17 (0)
- RE: Input coupling caps as high-pass filter - Tre' 18:54:52 02/02/17 (0)