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PostPosted: 24 Jul 2013, 12:57 
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Hi all,
i own a Philips CD710 player which sounds good to me but i like to tweak a bit.

I found a hint in the net to replace the coupling capacitor 2306 and the right channel 2309 (4.7uF) with silver oscon caps.
I have attached the left channel section of the schematics.

What is your recommendation for replacement?
Poly or Oscon or something else?
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cheers
Stefan


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Hi!

You should also replace the 2505 (1nF) capacitor in order to notice an improvement.


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PostPosted: 31 Jul 2013, 20:29 
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The Oscon will drop right in and are quite good IMO. At 4.7uF good poly caps can be quite large so size may be an issue. If you have the space, I would go with poly caps.

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For the small value caps in the feedback I would replace with polystyrene.


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