1000uf cap for old stereo.

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1000uf cap for old stereo.

Postby Chugs » 30 Aug 2015, 11:03

I am looking for a replacement capacitor for my old Kenwood 60's solid state Stereo. TK-250 model.

Does not need to be an Elna or vintage cap, just something that will fit and work. Suggestions greatly appreciated.

1000uf. Not sure about the voltage rating. Either 300 or 350V from looking at the markings?

Approximately 25mm in diameter.

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Re: 1000uf cap for old stereo.

Postby phatt » 30 Aug 2015, 11:51

That's a 35Volt cap,, should be easy to find, though new ones will likely be much smaller in size.
check the voltage across the cap,,, will give a clue as to the voltage rating you need.
As long as the voltage rating of cap is above the working voltage then all should be fine. :thumbsup
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Re: 1000uf cap for old stereo.

Postby Chugs » 30 Aug 2015, 12:40

Thanks.

Look likes this will do the job then.

http://www.rapidonline.com/Electronic-C ... or-49-2133
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Re: 1000uf cap for old stereo.

Postby phatt » 30 Aug 2015, 14:39

Yep lookin good,, just need some spray on dust to give it some vintage appeal 8)
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Re: 1000uf cap for old stereo.

Postby Chugs » 30 Aug 2015, 14:54

Yes, dust adds mojo too! :lol:
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Re: 1000uf cap for old stereo.

Postby DrNomis » 01 Sep 2015, 12:10

If you can find some, you could even use a couple of 2200uF/50V caps (one each for the +V and -V supply rails).
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