I just wanted to alert you to the review at Humble Homemade HiFi of the new Duelund CAST tinned-copper 100V capacitors that are optimized for loudspeaker crossovers.
A little teaser from what Tony said, “With the Duelund CAST Cu-Sn all types of music flow, become more involving, to such an extent that I was forgetting that I was testing capacitors – I haven’t had that experience for years.”
You can read Tony’s full review HERE (scroll down the page a bit).
Tony’s report makes me more excited than ever to build up some Hiraga-style Altec A7 crossovers using the new Duelund CAST Sn-Cu 100V capacitors!
Note that the Duelund CAST Sn-CU 100V caps are not quite the same as the prototype 0.22uF / 400V intended for use in preamps & amps and such that I’ve written about earlier (which I thought rewrote the book on capacitor performance in my vintage Mac electronics), as they’re optimized for use in loudspeaker crossovers.
As always, thanks for stopping by, and may the tone be with you!