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I want to replace some bad (old)capacitors in my adcom gfa 4404 4 channel amplifier. Does it matter what brand or manufacture capacitor to replace them with as long as I use the same type and values? which is a good brand to use for reliability?
Does'nt matter what brand, and you seem to know about keeping the correct values etc. What I would look for are Audio grade caps.
If it's a powerful system I usually put higher values in rather than the stated values on the caps, providing the physical size is correct.
Don't know if you still have the user manual but it's here if you want it.
Posted on Mar 17, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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