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How to Build pedalSHIELD MEGA in 5 Steps 9 months 1 week ago #1230

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This PDF explains how to assemble the pedalsHIELD MEGA board step by step with photographs and additional information:

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How to Build pedalSHIELD MEGA in 5 Steps 2 months 3 weeks ago #1497

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Hello

Are used by polar electrolytic caps and stead of the recommended caps and wondering if that would make a difference or would cause more distortion not be affected stores in but just distorted audio I have the right caps but I didn’t at the time any info is appreciated thanks
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hello again...text to speech did do very well. So I used nichicon bi polar electrolytic caps that are 4.7 35v instead of the recommmended. Is this going to cause problems or excessive noise? It is working but there seems to be issues with the effects and them being distorted.
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Are used by polar electrolytic caps and stead of the recommended caps and wondering if that would make a difference or would cause more distortion not be affected stores in but just distorted audio I have the right caps but I didn’t at the time any info is appreciated than
yes you can use different type of caps as far as they are the same value and they have a similar voltage rating (16V or higher is good). I don't think the distortion would be affected by this change.

So I used nichicon bi polar electrolytic caps that are 4.7 35v instead of the recommmended. Is this going to cause problems or excessive noise? It is working but there seems to be issues with the effects and them being distorted.
Any info is appreciated.
Nichicon bi polar caps are excellent caps (are these the green ones?). They won't produce any additional noise at all. You can replace C3, C6, and C10 this these without problems.
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