It is a well-known fact in the audio industry that capacitors make a big difference to the sound quality of an amplifier, but few people have spent much time researching the reasons why.
Conventional capacitors, being made of large, coiled, thin strips of aluminum, are prone to induce eddy currents across their conducting surface. These currents prevent the capacitor from doing its job optimally, thus degrading subjective sound quality. By introducing a series of tiny slits in the foil conductors these eddy currents are dramatically reduced, so improving the subjective and measured performance.
T-Network Guided Current Capacitor~ 4TTN ( the world's Best Audio Electrolytic Capacitor )
capacitor originally evolved because
required reservoirs that behaved only as capacitors, without
unwanted effects such as stray resistance, inductance and eddy current
generation caused by the presence of two vast conducting surfaces in the
Subjectively, the performance of the
T-Network is absolutely unparalleled - it
transforms the sound of even the best amplifiers.
The advanced circuit design of the TNC and Slit Foil plates combine today's two most advanced capacitor technologies to produce the ultimate audio capacitor.
Production enquiries for
and Slit Foil capacitors are particularly welcome.
Above slit foil capacitors has been renamed as GUIDED CURRENT AUDIO CAPACITOR 2T for 2 terminal Snap In type and 4TTN for T-NETWORK 4 terminal capacitors which has been authorized to be manufactured by Supertech Electronic Co., Ltd. since Oct. 2012.
(The above information is copy from DNM DESIGN)
Supertech copyright 2013.02