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LuckyatVMI
02-25-2013, 08:08 PM
Happy Monday all,

it's that time again! We are looking for CA community members who would be interested in writing a detailed product review for some capacitors.

The product will be sent to you FREE of charge, we just need your opinion as a user. If you've written product reviews before, either on VMInnovations.com or elsewhere that's a plus. If you participated in the past, and actually followed-up that's another HUGE plus.

If you are interested or have any questions please post them below :)

mat3833
02-25-2013, 09:01 PM
capacitors..... not many people on here will be interested. if one has a Volt Meter on it i would be interested in reviewing one. i can make my lights dim on certain songs on command, so this would be a good way to prove or disprove the "capacitors solve dimming lights" deal.

Matt

jteske88
02-25-2013, 10:21 PM
Ill write one but not sure about caps?

Snapper_Slapper
02-25-2013, 10:27 PM
I'll do it if it's one of the bigger caps. I'll post test results over a 1 farad I have laying around with a DMM.

fosgatefeind
02-25-2013, 10:27 PM
i just put a system in my girlfrinds car. has a significant amount of draw i can write a very good review on a product like this. im fairly new to this forum but i am well know on SMD and caco

DB-Audio
02-25-2013, 10:35 PM
Not a huge fan of caps but need something to help my voltage so I'd be glad to review it

urmomsmin3
02-25-2013, 10:38 PM
i wouldn't mind doing a review on a cap

naughtyca
03-14-2013, 02:24 PM
I still have a capacitor in my sysytem I can easily swap capacitor and review if made my system better or worse

Knowmadic
03-14-2013, 02:26 PM
I'd be willing to write up a review for you, never have tried one before so I can give a pure and honest opinion. Voltage meter on it is definitely a plus though.

gumby688
03-14-2013, 02:30 PM
I am always willing to review new products and in the middle of a build now so I could add it in very easily.

Fireitup
03-14-2013, 02:38 PM
Adding another battery to my system in the next couple of days. Would easily be able to tested this out and review it in the place of the battery. Adding this battery to get rid of dimming lights.

Joseph7195
03-14-2013, 02:39 PM
LuckyatVMI; I am doing a SQ install for Cadence Acoustics, and I will definitely need a capacitor. I wouldn't mind writing a detailed review once I have it installed and tested. I have no bias either way when it comes to vehicle electronics and equipment, cause being an oldie, all audio equipment had it's place!

_S7V7N_
03-20-2013, 10:10 PM
Hey Lucky i was going through your capacitors on site and found an error on one of the Product Descriptions. May want to get it fixed up .

Power Acoustik PCX-3F 3 Farad Capacitor : PCX3F : VMInnovations.com (http://vminnovations.com/Product_609/Power-Acoustik-PCX-3F-3-Farad-Capacitor.html)

This isn't supposed to be in the Description


~12dB Crossovers~

With the Power Acoustik PCX-3F Farad Car Audio Capacitor you can filter out frequencies that could cause damage to speakers, or that subwoofers can't play via 12dB/octave slope high pass, low pass, & subsonic crossovers.

~Remote Gain Control~

The remote gain control of the Power Acoustik PCX-3F Farad Car Audio Capacitor allows amplifier level adjustment from a remote location in the vehicle.

~Pre-Amp Outputs~

Sending a single signal from your head unit to multiple amplifiers in your system is easy using the pass-thru pre-amp outputs

~All MOSFET Amplifier~

BAMF amplifiers use MOSFET transistors for the power supply & output stages. MOSFET transistors increase durability and longevity over bi-polar counterparts...

~12db Bass Boost~

Utilize a built in 45Hz bass boost for up to 12dB of gain. Get the most power from your BAMF amplifier.

This on Features Tab :

12dB Crossovers
Remote Gain Control
Pre-Amp Outputs
All MOSFET Amplifier
12db Bass Boost

Durango03
03-20-2013, 10:20 PM
I have actually been looking to grab a cap lately.. Id be more than willing to do a DETAILED write-up. The vehicle I intend on putting it in is having issues with dimming and I dont plan to invest large chunks of money into the electrical. Feel free to PM, I would really like to participate in this one!

jteske88
03-21-2013, 06:07 AM
Like the above, have a vehicle that would need it because gonna use for a slight 1 volt drop and filtering. When you go to get these out say something me main. lol

2Dcore
03-21-2013, 06:51 AM
I would also be willing to do a review of the product don't use caps anymore but can add one in to see if it makes a difference to my voltage.