I'm just looking for circuits where the caps are integral to the circuit performance since people were asking for example circuits.kleuck wrote:Well, no, it's not observation, i did observation, you can say "i do not trust your experience, i'll have to test it myself" that's a logical response, and here, since the beginning of the threads as far i've read, the responses are "You are wrong, as i do not understand why, no matter what you hear, and i won't experiment myself (some did- thanks to us) wich seems just stupid, science -at least as long as we are talking things that human senses are supposed to be able to feel- is meant to explain the experience, not on the contrary to justify or invalid a priori an experience, that's walking on the head.Seiche wrote:sorry, I meant to agree with FiveseveN.Seiche wrote:^this, statistics are a bitch. But it's necessary to be formal in these kinds of things.
also kleuck, when someone disagrees with you, it doesn't mean he calls you dumb. Just an observation.
You did ?diagrammatiks wrote:do these tests...
npn/npn cascode with cap bypass on the base and top emitter cap bypassed.
change the bypass caps from electrolytic to polypropylene to styrene.
active baxandall circuit. caps from ceramic to teflon.
the more advanced the circuit is and the more the caps are forced to interact with changing input/output impedances as well as variable resistors and other caps the easier it is to hear the differences.
kk happy testing.
What were the results ?
i guess i could bread board some circuits.
I don't think I have any ceramic or mica caps though.