Hoping someone can advise.
I inherited some early vintage Japanese Loudspeakers needing rejuvenation.
Nothing fancy, just loudspeakers from small systems.
I think their worthwhile as they're from a bygone era.
They're fitted with various electrolytic capacitors maybe 40 - 50 years old.
Mostly single caps servicing the tweeters & ranging from 1.8µF to 3.3µF.
I don't want to over capitalize so thought electrolytic over film as they are not cutting edge hifi speakers.
Is there anything recommended from the element14 catalogue to replace the existing caps?
I'm open to both electrolytic & film depending on performance vs cost vs suitability to each application.
I haven't removed any of the caps for a test, but am going by their age & the general life of electrolytics.