Rike Audio ultra high end

Copper-Paper-Polypropylen-Oil Capacitors

Capacitances from 0.0075μF to 4.7μF

Rike Audio Q-CAP 2

Rike Audio Capacitors - ultra high end & eco-friendly

Our capacitors are manufactured in a complex process that can take up to 3 months. Standard MKP (metallized film) capacitors, on the other hand, are mass-produced, including labeling, in just a few minutes. Conventional paper capacitors are impregnated with oils that can emit pollutants. We triple impregnate each capacitor with different environmentally friendly oils that we have developed and also produce ourselves. Our oils do not pollute nature or man.

We take the time

Each impregnation process for Rike Audio capacitors takes about 10 days and thus about 30 days for all three passes. Ensuring the quality of our capacitors through up-to-date procedures and a time-intensive manufacturing process requires a production time of 3 months.

Size isn't everything

Our capacitors are often smaller in size than those of our competitors. Sometimes one gets to hear that a larger capacitor is surely better. Exactly the opposite is the case: The smaller a paper-oil capacitor with metal foil is, the better it sounds.

We use only extremely thin copper and aluminum foils, which call double to triple the price of the usual foils in capacitor construction. Consequently, our capacitors work significantly faster.

Dear customers,
we have reduced the prices for the capacitors S-Cap 2, Q-Cap 2 and Q-Cap 3
until 31.12.2022 !

Rike Audio Capacitors

One crisis follows the next... First Corona, now the energy and economic crisis. Purchase prices are rising steadily. Is this justified? Often you can't understand the motives. Unfortunately, I had to raise the price of our Phono Natalija, because electronic components and housing/material have become much more expensive.
Actually, I would have to raise the prices of all capacitors as well. However, I have decided to take an unconventional route and would like to make a statement against the general trend with my modest means. Special times sometimes require special measures.
I hope to be able to give all my customers a little Christmas joy and would like to thank them for their many years of loyalty.
I wish you all the best and normal times for all of us very soon.
Yours, Georg Arsin

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