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    80+40+30+20@525v Cap Where can I get One????

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    Tanner

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    80+40+30+20@525v Cap Where can I get One????

    Post by Tanner on Mon Nov 23, 2009 9:00 pm

    Everybody is out of stock on these, where can I get one ASAP???

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    Re: 80+40+30+20@525v Cap Where can I get One????

    Post by Bob Latino on Mon Nov 23, 2009 10:54 pm

    Hi,

    If you can't get the CE 525 volt 80, 40, 30, 20 quad cap you can get the 550 volt F&T 80, 40, 30, 20 quad cap from Dynakitparts. It has the same symbol markings as the CE cap except the CE cap has one lug with no symbol which on the F&T cap is a round symbol. The Dynakitparts quad cap is about $13 more than the CE cap but is rated 25 volts higher.

    Dynakitparts 550 volt quad cap


    Bob

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    Re: 80+40+30+20@525v Cap Where can I get One????

    Post by arkivel on Wed Dec 30, 2009 2:43 am

    Hi Bob.

    Is the extra 25 volt cushion really needed for the ST70, mark II, or mark IV? Will it make a difference in these amps?

    I need three Quad caps and $18 per unit starts to add up after xmas.

    thanks

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    Re: 80+40+30+20@525v Cap Where can I get One????

    Post by Bob Latino on Wed Dec 30, 2009 6:09 am

    arkivel wrote:Hi Bob.

    Is the extra 25 volt cushion really needed for the ST70, mark II, or mark IV? Will it make a difference in these amps?

    I need three Quad caps and $18 per unit starts to add up after xmas.

    thanks

    Hi,

    You will probably have to go with the Dynakitparts cap anyhow because the CE Distribution 80, 40, 30, 20 cap is out of production right now and not available. I think CE is changing over to new machinary or changing the site of production of their quad caps. I am not sure exactly why they are not available right now?

    Bob

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    Post by Mark Korda on Sat Jan 02, 2010 4:20 pm

    Hi Tanner,I saw a new one made just for the Mark 3 on Ebay.Mundorf from Germany is producing them.I went further and got the address(CTech Electronics)(ctech@cteche.com)their phone # is 301-351-3781...let me know if this helps you out...sincerely Mark Korda(mark.korda@myfairpoint.net)

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    Re: 80+40+30+20@525v Cap Where can I get One????

    Post by Bob Latino on Sat Jan 02, 2010 4:48 pm

    Mark Korda wrote:Hi Tanner,I saw a new one made just for the Mark 3 on Ebay.Mundorf from Germany is producing them.I went further and got the address(CTech Electronics)(ctech@cteche.com)their phone # is 301-351-3781...let me know if this helps you out...sincerely Mark Korda(mark.korda@myfairpoint.net)

    Hi Mark,

    That Ctech ($75!) 80, 40, 30, 20 @ 550 volt quad cap is an "Authenticap" made by F&T (Fischer & Tausche) in Germany and it is the SAME cap that Dynakitparts sells for $52.50. I know that for a fact. I do not believe that Mundorf makes any quad caps. I talk to Kevin at Dynakitparts from time to time. He mentioned to me that he regretted raising the price from $49.95 to $52.50 on the F&T made quad cap but the exchange rate between the German Mark and the US dollar has changed with the dollar being devalued.

    Bob

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    Post by Mark Korda on Sat Jan 02, 2010 5:26 pm

    Thanks for the info Bob and Tanner,for my ST-35,I found the electrolytic cap at Zack Engineering(Vibroworld.com)I checked and did not see one for a Mark 3.They had ones for the ST-70 though.I did see one at 80/40/20/20/but it was only rated for 450 volts.They did say they would make custom orders.Maybe if you wrote them and described to them that there would be a lot more people needing them,well who knows.Mark K.

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    Post by DynakitParts on Sun Jan 03, 2010 5:01 pm

    Hi Mark,
    Zack Engineering "Vibroworld.com" has been closed for nearly
    one (1) year. When was the last time you visited their Website?

    Kevin @ Dynakit

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    Post by Mark Korda on Sun Jan 03, 2010 5:48 pm

    Hi Kevin,I was on line looking at the Zach Engineering site yesterday Jan 2.I didn't know they were closed..Mark K.

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    Re: 80+40+30+20@525v Cap Where can I get One????

    Post by Clik2media on Mon Jan 04, 2010 9:40 pm

    I have a couple CE cans spare, how many do you want.

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    Post by Tanner on Sat Jan 09, 2010 12:05 am

    I need just one, Price please

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    Re: 80+40+30+20@525v Cap Where can I get One????

    Post by Clik2media on Sat Jan 09, 2010 12:46 am

    I can mail one out for $42.00 to Continetal US.
    thnx -

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    Post by Tanner on Sat Jan 09, 2010 12:52 am

    I sent you a PM about the cap I would like to buy one from you Thanks

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