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V-caps in Taboo (Read 1946 times)
Mohicanrx7
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V-caps in Taboo
05/09/10 at 04:42:39
 
I just ordered a Taboo and am thinking of adding V-caps. What improvements do they make?
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Pale Rider
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Re: V-caps in Taboo
Reply #1 - 02/07/11 at 18:42:20
 
Having just put my order in, and having opted for the V-Caps, I am curious as well about the experience of others comparing the Taboo with and without.
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Re: V-caps in Taboo
Reply #2 - 02/07/11 at 22:27:09
 
I have had a TABOO without V-caps and the current version with the V-caps. The V-caps are supposed to help with gain as well as detail and overall imaging. I find that the unit with V-caps performs very well and it is well worthwhile.
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Re: V-caps in Taboo
Reply #3 - 02/08/11 at 01:36:50
 
Thanks R. Appreciate the assessment.
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