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Old 01-17-2013, 12:18 PM
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Is there a benefit to the higher priced route?

Well the non-polarized electrolytic caps are looked upon as lower quality then the polypropylene ones. However running them in parallel like that gives the cost savings of the NPE and any detail that might be lost through the NPE is passed by the poly. I would take a guess and say in a blind test you would not be able to identify which is which.
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Thanks again mtg90 and tuxedocivic! Parts ordered. Is this still the 6 dbs lower that I will have to raise on the tweeter side in dsp?

Edit: Guess I am a little too late with that explanation.

Yes still 6dB, so go from -13dB on the CD filter to -7dB.
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Old 01-17-2013, 02:11 PM - Thread Starter
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Well the non-polarized electrolytic caps are looked upon as lower quality then the polypropylene ones. However running them in parallel like that gives the cost savings of the NPE and any detail that might be lost through the NPE is passed by the poly. I would take a guess and say in a blind test you would not be able to identify which is which.
Edit: Guess I am a little too late with that explanation.

I ordered the parts at the lower price point. I figured the way you explained it once tux set me straight about my wrong interpretation of what you were saying.
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You could also run a NPE in parallel with a poly capacitor to save a few $. Somthing like the 33uF NPE cap with a 10uF dayton poly, should cost about half that.
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