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Bi-Polar Electrolytic Capacitors: Mundorf & Jantzen

Fellow hifiers,

In this video Nick talks us through the differences in the Mundorf and Jantzen Bi-Polar Electrolytic Capacitors (that may be used in a crossover circuit, for example) and why you might choose one over the others for your system! (or even why you may pick a combination of the lot!)

In the Mundorf ECap range you can get either the Plain (50V/70V, 1uF - 680uF) or the Raw (63V/100V, 1uF - 680uF) variations, and for the Jantzen there are the Premium ELKO Smooth (70V, 3.3uF - 100uF) or the Bi-Polar Electrolyic Cap (100V, 1uF - 560uF)

To buy the capacitors seen in this video please check out:
Mundorf Cap Bipolar: https://www.hificollective.co.uk/catalog/-c-61_68_227.html
Jantzen Premium ELKO Smooth: https://www.hificollective.co.uk/catalog/jantzen-premium-elko-smooth-cap...
Jantzen Bi-Polar Electrolytic Capacitors: https://www.hificollective.co.uk/catalog/-c-61_68_463.html

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