- 10 farad Hybrid Digital Capacitor
- Switchable digital voltage meter
- Increases quality of sound
- Increases level of bass
- Increase the peak power of your amp
- Reduce dimming headlights
- Platinum plated
- Input Gauge Size: 1/0 or 4
- Output Gauge Size: 1/0 or 4
- Dimensions: 2.25" (Height) x 10.25" (Width) x 6.5" (Length)
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Brian From Pennsylvania
For anyone who is thinking about buying this capcitor for the "dimming headlights" problem stop now as the addition of a capacitor is for sound quality and not to supply a constant suppy of amperage. The only ways to get more amps is by adding a high output alternator and/or but adding high current batteries. When the capacitor sends the extra current to the amplifiers it then recharges from the battery which is charged by the alternator, without upgrading your entire charging system the use of a capacitor is a waste of money in high draw systems, if it's a low wattage system that you are searching for much better SQ then run this cap and not worry about the batt or alt. If you have a mid-range draw system like me(roughly 200amps) then a 1400 amp battery and a 175 amp alternator paired with this cap gives the best of both worlds. It's crystal clear and clean sounding to all my amps and the added feature of being able to use the cap as a grounding block and distro block makes for a real clean install.
john From florida
|yellow top or kinetik 1200 or 800 or 600 will put out alot more power than this will and it cost around the same and kinetik 600 n 800 is cheaper.
spend 300 on a upgraded alternator that will do the trick|
Dean From Idaho
|Proportionately I don't find a ten farad cap ten times as effective as a 1 farad. A yellow top seems to be the best solution for dimming lights but sound quality really does take a jump with capacitors.|