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VISHAY SPRAGUE  2C20X7R105K050B  CAPACITOR CERAMIC, 1UF, 50V, X7R, 10%, RADIAL

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  • Manufacturer: VISHAY SPRAGUE
  • Newark Part No.: 66C6721
  • Manufacturer Part No 2C20X7R105K050B

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  • Capacitance: 1µF
  • Capacitance Tolerance: ± 10%
  • Capacitor Terminals: Radial Leaded
  • Dielectric Characteristic: X7R
  • Lead Spacing: 8mm
  • Operating Temperature Max: 125°C
  • Operating Temperature Min: -55°C
  • Packaging: Each
  • Product Range: VISHAY - 2C20 Series
  • SVHC: To Be Advised
  • Voltage Rating: 50V

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I have seen a lot of writing about replacing all the electrolytic capacitors in older audio devices. Is this beneficial? If so, is there a better replacement type that won't affect sound quality or deteriorate over time?
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For a pre-populated board only a electrolytic can replace a electrolytic. Else the whole board has to be studies and understood before replacements.
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