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  • High Voltage Electrolytic Caps

    Does anyone know of a good source for these? I want to buy a

    set of filter caps for a twin reverb. Caps over 450 volts are getting

    hard to find.

  • #2
    Sure theres plenty of places that seel them for tube amp builds.

    last time I did a recap on my Fender I found good prices here.

    http://www.tubesandmore.com/products/capacitors



    If they dont have what you need, try Mouser or Newark Electronics.

    Parts express may have some too. http://www.parts-express.com/cat/capacitors/68

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    • #3
      Last time I looked, i didn't see any above 450v at Parts Express.
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      • #4
        ^^ They're multi section radials and some of thir lower capacitance radials are,

        but its kind of slim pickins.

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        • #5






          Quote Originally Posted by WRGKMC
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          Sure theres plenty of places that seel them for tube amp builds.

          last time I did a recap on my Fender I found good prices here.

          http://www.tubesandmore.com/products/capacitors



          If they dont have what you need, try Mouser or Newark Electronics.

          Parts express may have some too. http://www.parts-express.com/cat/capacitors/68




          Thanks, that tubesandmore looks promising.

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          • #6
            axial caps at higher voltages are getting increasingly rare, there is very little market for them. Mouser wants $30 for a 20uF 600v Sprague Atom! The best tech is in snap ins and switching to them will give you a much better, cheaper and smaller cap. If you must have axials Ted Weber has some that might not explode

            https://taweber.powweb.com/store/capord.htm

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            • #7
              ^^^ They have some good prices there.

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