A Special Christmas

For there is born to you, this day, in the city of David, a Savior, who is Christ the Lord. (Luke 2:11 WEB)

While growing up Christmas was for me always a special time in our home.

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Electrolytic Capacitors

You find electrolytic capacitors in the power supply and decoupling of valves in Hifi and guitar amps. They are like a battery because they have a positive and negative terminal.   310 more words

Guitar Amp Repair

Small Capacitors

Your amp is filled with small capacitors as in the picture below.  They come in many different colours so this is jut a sample

In simple terms,  is in the filter circuits ( tone shaping) or to pass the audio ( AC) signal to the next stage of the amp while blocking the DC voltages. 266 more words

Guitar Amp Repair

The Reincarnation of a Power Supply: a small investigation into 'audio grade' components

Google the right phrase and in less than half a second you’ll be greeted by a myriad of archived forums within which raged up audiophiles argued until their crossovers bled with confusion over whether ‘audio grade’ components are truly worth the extra dosh or simply another scandalous piece of marketing hype. 494 more words


Global and China Ceramic capacitors Industry 2015 Market Research Report - QY Research

Research Report on Global and China Ceramic capacitors Industry 2015 Market Research Report. The Report includes market price, demand, trends, size, Share, Growth, Forecast, Analysis & Overview. 58 more words



A capacitor is a basic electric component used in a lot of integrated circuits. Recently, they have started replacing batteries in several devices. By definition, a capacitor is an electrical component which has the capacity to store energy in the form of electric charge as it produces a potential difference between its plates. 975 more words


How Lightning Is Like A Current Overcoming A Capacitor

A capacitor in an electric circuit, Wolgang tells us in Understanding Basic Electronics, is basically an insulating device with two plates and an insulating gap. Due to the insulation between the two plates, electrons are temporarily held-up at the first plate. 367 more words