Mundorf 0.1 mfd Supreme Caps
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Manufacturer: Mundorf
Product ID : ms.1
Weight: 0.02 lbs
Manufacturer: Mundorf
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Description

Mundorf M-Cap Supreme


Value 0.10 µf

VDC 1000V

Dimensions 17 x 36

(D*L)(mm)


The Munorf Supreme capacitor (SUP8) uses the same special induction-free winding technology as the Silver/Oil capacitor. This capacitor is a metallized polypropylene film, with exceptional low loss characteristics. The Supreme is equally suited to electronics as it is for high-end loudspeakers. No matter where you use the Mcap Supreme--as a coupling capacitor in your CD player or amplifier, or in the crossover of your speakers --you always get the same surprising and impressive performance. Whether you are upgrading a premium system, or a price conscious configuration, Supreme will deliver a significant enhancement.


VDC change on Mundorf capacitors on February 17, 2011



    • There has been a labeling change for Mundorf capacitors. This is labeling change only; there are no internal or technical changes.

    • Mundorf has changed the VDC rating for this capacitor from 1200 VDC to 1000 VDC (for security of operation in high-current, non-audio applications)

    • On newly made caps, Mundorf will change the label on the cap to indicate the new rating.

    • To reiterate, this is a label change only. There have been no changes in the manufacturing process or materials used for Mundorf capacitors.

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Reviewed by IndyNate
09/17/2016 - 01:23:37 PM
Almost Astonishing, at the Least, Grand.
I rarely write reviews, but I felt compelled by this cap. I've been attempting to integrate 2 TangBand full range, bamboo cone speakers into my system. Initially I integrated a 6db crossover with a single 150uf, elecrolytic cap. Though it blocked enough bass to maintain excursion, it was awful, shouty and wickedly grainy. I then experimented with bypass caps. An Audyn basic .1uf in parallel refined the sound substantially, but still came across as harsh and a bit non-gentile. Purely subjective of course. Still unsatisfied, I gave the Mundorf Supreme a shot. After removing the Audyn and soldering the Mundford in, with ZERO burn in time, upon activating the speakers, I was nearly melted with emotion and blown away with clarity, smoothness and oily, audio grease. As I write this, they're only sounding better. I insist no one should speak in hyperbole, so I'll refrain; however, if there's a better cap, I imagine it'll take a while to find it :) Regardless, for $10 a piece, try one of these as a bypass and review it. Thanks!!