I found this video, which some of you may find interesting:
It outlines the difference tackling resonance makes in the windings of capacitors (this detailed research is what attracted me to the CC caps in the first place), and the MR Range, shown here:
...is what I used in the crossovers for my Tannoy 15" Monitor Golds. For me, the MRs sound stunning, as the improvement these gave over the caps inside the original Tannoy crossovers was quite incredible.
Has anyone else here used them in their projects - if so, what did you think?
For those who haven't tried them and are on the look out for the best sounding caps out there that are still relatively affordable, I would thoroughly recommend the Clarity Cap MR range. The ESA range is also superb and offers a big chunk of the magic of the MRs at a more cost effective price.
Anyway, I just thought that I'd pass this on - enjoy the video!