Update: today i swapped back the original pre-amp capacitors, and the sound definition in lows is back again! This surprise me a lot, because everyone in the audio forums, thinks ceramics are the worst thing to the audio!? But i found them to be much better to the MKS2. I know the polyesters are not that great either, but i thought everything else is better than ceramics. As it turns out in my case they are good. For now i am planning to keep them, at least, till i find something really better. They work extremely well with panasonics, bass is very well defined and the panasonic caps add some very pleasant softness to it. Its much more to my liking! Nice!
@jayjayuk, why you are using such high voltage capacitors in the pre-amp? Is this better, or doesn't matter till voltage is higher than nominal? Cause i can find much more polypropylene caps in high voltage rating than 63-100V. And is there something beneficial in using axial vs standart metalyzed ones? Also, i want to know if someone can tell me(@ramachandra maybe you know) the specs, model manufacture of the original ceramics, just in case if something go wrong with them (too many solder-desolder) The letters on them are 224Z LK, but can't find anything on the net about.
Edited by andro6600 - 6/7/14 at 11:01am