Välj originalvärdena OM du vill ha den att låta exakt som den gjorde ny.
Jag tror inte det går så som jag tolkar Naim och Class A's svar på frågan jag mejlade dem "I have learned that when you do a service on a NAIT 1 you change the value of a capacitor (se enclosed picture) from 2200 µF to 3300 µF. What’s the reason for this? Please be as detailed as possible."
Class A: We fit what Naim supply as their service specification for this amplifier.
Naim: The reason that this change is made is simply down to the fact that the 2,200 µF caps available today are just too small to fit in the space that then original would have occupied. So using the newer 3,300 µF capacitor means that both the space in the signal path is filled as it was before, and indeed the higher capacitance means that the preamp section in fact ends up having that bit more punch available to it. It’s as simple as that really.