#1
i need 2 .15 uF capacitors but on smallbearelectronics.com they are all in mF so what do i need? i dont know the value comparison, thanks
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#2
more than likely its a mislabling or improper use of nomenclature

its not really uF, the "u" is actually the greek letter "mu" and stands for micro, since its difficult to type greek letters en masse, most stores simplify it to "u" (which looks similar) or "m" for "micro" even though it is the symbol used for "mili"

check and see what type they are, if the caps are film or ceramic, they're micros, if they're electrolytic, its probably mili and you'd not want them.
#3
they are electrolytic, so what do i need?
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I wanna know what some blues sounding chords I could use in the key of D Aeolian fifth mode of Melodic Minor.

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#4
0.15 uF = 150 nF

if that helps

btw, if you see a store that uses m for micro, and not mili, don't shop there.

u is ALWAYS micro
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thanks dood.
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I wanna know what some blues sounding chords I could use in the key of D Aeolian fifth mode of Melodic Minor.

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try looking for Cm, or any of those complicated jazz chords
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more than likely its a mislabling or improper use of nomenclature

its not really uF, the "u" is actually the greek letter "mu" and stands for micro, since its difficult to type greek letters en masse, most stores simplify it to "u" (which looks similar) or "m" for "micro" even though it is the symbol used for "mili"

check and see what type they are, if the caps are film or ceramic, they're micros, if they're electrolytic, its probably mili and you'd not want them.



MEW, not MU
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It's "mu"

pronounced "mew"
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It's "mu"

pronounced "mew"

hahaha, I'm so quick to criticize and I had it backwards. My apologies
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