Jantzen Audio Superior Z Capacitor for Tube pre amp any good?
I have a CJ PV10A that I have upgraded in diode rectifier bridges in both filament and voltage and the output capacitors in the signal path. I have replaced the diodes with CREE Schottky and used Audyn for the output capacitors. A very very noticeable improvement certainly after the break in.
The user @davide256 made more upgrades than I have made on my PV10A so far. My next step is to change the candle cable I have with me to one from DHLabs that is on its way, and since the upgrade is something that never stops, I would now like to go for the power line capacitors. It turns out they are large 20 uF, 13.5 uF and 4 uF capacitors. The more they are, the more expensive they are. I haven't upgraded the phono line yet.
I have also seen that @davide256 recommends using Clarity Cap and VCap for bypass if available. In my case I haven't seen any bypass capacitors.
It turns out that upgrading high-value capacitors is quite expensive.And there's a reason they tend to cost so much, isn't there?
I agree with the audio company that develops the audio equipment, as in this case is CJ. But I am also aware that low quality components make the design worse. I am not one to redesign, but I am one more in using components a little better, that as an own experience, they behave better in the circuit than the own stocks.
I've come across Jantzen Audio Superior Z Capacitors, so I'd like to hear some comments about this brand for use on the PSU.
They cost half of what they recommend here, but the improvement has to stand out in fact.
ps. sorry for my english. I assist me with deepl.