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Capacitor - Mallory, 630V, 150s, Axial Lead

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SKU: C-M
Item ID: 004950
List Price: $0.90
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Termination Style
Axial Leads
  • Tubular metalized polyester film construction
  • ±10% tolerance
  • Axial leads
  • Non-Inductive, Self Healing

Please Note: Color of capacitor may vary from one production run to another.

Capacitance Diameter x Length
.001 μF .20" x .58"
.0022 μF .18" x .52"
.0047 μF .23" x .52"
.01 μF .24" x .65"
.022 μF .28" x .65"
.047 μF .32" x .81"
.1 μF .34" x 1.10"
.22 μF .45" x .1.10"
.47 μF .59" x 1.30"
Part Numbers
Capacitance - µFOur Part NumberUPC/EAN
.001 µFC-MD001-630609722132152
.0022 µFC-MD0022-630609722132169
.0047 µFC-MD0047-630609722132176
.01 µFC-MD01-630609722132183
.022 µFC-MD022-630609722132190
.047 µFC-MD047-630609722132206
.1 µFC-MD1-630609722132213
.22 µFC-MD22-630609722132220
.47 µFC-MD47-630609722132237

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4.84 out of 5 based on 25 reviews

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1 out of 5

My buddy bought on Craig's List via Hollywood a $1400 custom build 5F6A Bassman with 4 excellent Weber 10A125 (P10Q) and Mallory 150s throughout. That amp was built by a guy with amp layout OCD perfection, however, when I finally got a chance to look inside to see why it sounded anemic as a SS amp (We're harp players) and squealing feedback, I saw these $1 dollar Mallorys. Took me a month to convince him I needed to swap them out with Sozo Blue Molds and a few Yellow Next Gens...i do this all the time for customers to great delight. After the preamp section was done that amp was brought to life. Then the rest of the amp, now this amp is a fire breathing tone machine that rivals my friends real 59 that I did the same to in which he ssid,"I've had this 59 since 1982 and it's never sounded this good." Pay a little extra if you want real tone passing through to the next stage. Experienced ears baby!

- September 21st, 2019
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5 out of 5

Used these in a guitar amp modding project and they did exactly what I was hoping-made it sound a bit more like a famous amp brand. Great product if that’s what you’re looking for in the music world!

- July 8th, 2019
5
5 out of 5

Great price and boo-teak sound for Marshall amp builds...Have a nice, Grainy, polyester "mustard cap" sound . Great price .

- September 2nd, 2018
5
5 out of 5

Good caps. fast shipping, and good seller.

- April 9th, 2018
5
5 out of 5

this is a great sounding capacitor, don't let the price tell you otherwise. It is all I intend to use and the high voltage rating is a plus.

- May 16th, 2016
5
5 out of 5

I find that these capacitors do everything right and hope they do not change the recipe. Bass, mids, and treble are all there and the capacitor does not lean one way or the other. They are nice and open.

- May 16th, 2016
5
5 out of 5

What can I say about these caps? They work great.

- May 6th, 2016
5
5 out of 5

Installed these signal and coupling caps in a 1970 Silverface Fender Vibrolux Reverb and the tone is amazing!

- March 21st, 2016
5
5 out of 5

I'm always torn between Mallory 150's and Orange Drop 715P's for general performing caps as far as tone/feel is concerned.

However, I LOVE the looks of a pristine layout with the 150's!

Plenty of voltage handling, as well!

- November 27th, 2015
5
5 out of 5

I'm always torn between Mallory 150's and Orange Drop 715P's for general performing caps as far as tone/feel is concerned.

However, I LOVE the looks of a pristine layout with the 150's!

Plenty of voltage handling, as well!

- November 27th, 2015

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