I hope you found something that works for you. This works for me.
Do you mean that particular cap or a cap in general? I’ve used caps like this in the past with no issues but likely not this exact part.Lookin good!
Just a heads up - if you end up with turn on pop, it’s being caused by those caps. There are some fairly easy fixes, but I just wanted to let you know.
Thanx for this infoCaps in general. It typically only happens with class D amps.
I just wanted to mention it because I scratched my head for a long time trying to figure it out.
Im at my whits end with my freaking tweeters popping when turning on. They only do it when i have an in line capacitor (ive tried multiple values and voltages) but Im not going to remove the capacitor I dont want to risk it with a set of Audiofrog GB15's. They are too expensive and I've already...www.diymobileaudio.com