Re: What type of Capacitors should be used as bass blockers?
Capacitors in series decrease the total capacitance, like putting resistors in parallel. If you're looking for 1800 uF you'd want 2 x 3600 uF in series, back-to-back for non-polar operation.
Originally Posted by FatDoug
Caps that size will be electrolytic type and have a wide tolerance, typically +80/-20%. Not exactly a precision crossover. You'll be way better off with an active HPF if possible.
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