I've used screw type, nylon barrier strips, and cut them to individual terminals for exactly this purpose. I'm not sure where to find them now, but I am sure you can with a little research.
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No, those are not what I was thinking of. Those you can't cut with wire snips. The one's I am thinking of were white nylon, and easy to break apart.
Here is what I meant:
Those will provide four places(each connector=2), per capacitor, for corrosion to affect your signal. By shielding from oxygen, soldering eliminates that possibility and attendant loss of fidelity. It would be SO nice, were there a way make a more temporary connection than soldering, without potential corrosion being a reality. Then again; if you're changing those caps quite often......
I use wago lever nuts and solder into place once a decision's been made... may have to add an extra wire, but its super useful.
I'm leaning toward's these, euro barrier strips, they are rated for 600v. I will only need 2, but they come in a pack of 50.
Not buying right away, so I'll still be looking for other options. Thanks for all your help.