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Usually they can take another 10 to 15% more..so you would be real close....



EDIT: In a crossover there wouldn't be any problem.
 

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100V Non-Polarized Crossover Capacitors


These high quality Bi-polar (non-polarized) electrolytic capacitors are perfect for your next crossover design. They feature a 5% dissipation factor and are rated at 100V which are effective to approximately 200 watts.

edit: I mean, resistors in crosovers are rated for 12w so there must be a ton less wattage flowing in the crossover once it get's distributed throughout the speaker.
 

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Huh?


I don't know how the capacitor voltage in a crossover relates to power unless simple Ohm's Law and the power formula apply.


The caps in my Yamaha pro speakers are 250V and the speakers are rated for 1,000W program/music power and 2,000W peak power.


Dunno if that helps at all...
 
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