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Inside the gaudy plastic housing, surrounded by useless LEDs and a do-nothing digit display IS a cap of questionable rated value (there are no marking on this )
This unit “claims” to have over-voltage protection, I do not call it this IMOH, for the only thing this digital board they had added on to the top of this cap was BEEP annoyingly when the voltage hooked to it fell below a certain range or above one.
To ME… this does NOT qualify as protection… but warning circut… but WTH…
Furthermore… this display, with the added LEDs on the outside of the casing are a constant draw on the battery. (a small one 0.13 amps) but provides no function what so ever to the cap.
Additionally, the chrome plated ends ( that is copper film with shiny chrome plated on top of it ) is a foolhardy thing to have any where near a power connection, it's simply asking for a short circuit, so I removed the plating from the terminal end down to the bare plastic to remove any chance of it touching the chrome and making a circuit.
So I removed the PCB entirely (yes this voids the warranty) and hooked the capacitor alone (in its ugly plastic casing) to my amp.
I would suggest anyone else who has this do the same, IF,, you are a tech like me and know how to do things like this.
T-Spec V8-3DDC Digital Capacitor 3.0 Farrad and it is great. Also bought a Planet Audio and did not expect much out of it, I could not believe it, but it is as good as the T-Spec.
after installation it takes a while for it to fully work but once it kicks in it is PERFECT! Bass is so much cleaner and tighter since it is getting power quickly. Also it POUNDS at lower volumes now too. My system is 2 1000W 12 inch Soundstream T5s. Though if I were to turn it up to my sub's max it overpowers the Capacitor and lights dim a little. ONLY a little, nothing compared to what it used to. If i run the system at 4 points below maximum however, there is still no power stolen from the battery even when idol, also still bumping insanely loud.