each of different value, but has the voltage needed or higher (.1uF, 1uF, 8uF, 10uF, 50uF....etc.).
connecting them in parallel.
What order do you connect them in? Least to greatest value starting close to the terminals they are all leading to? What if you connect them opposite (greatest to least)? Does the charge act differently?
Say, for caps of equal value... What is "better", to connect the leads of one cap to the leads of the next like the above question, or connect all cap leads to one connection? I understand that logically they will form one large value cap, but physically is one way more effective or will perform differently than another in regards to sonics....etc?
Do they provide enough surface area contact to create a good quality connection and audio reproduction from one end (copper wire soldered to terminal, and the other end crimped in the copper alligator clip, and clamped to capacitor leads? Even custom 6N copper flat clips for more surface area and higher conductivity.
Again, always thinking of how things work. Looking at signing up for a class soon as well.