In order to get the full bandwidth range (1000 Hz) of the three axes (X,Y, and Z), I will replace the capacitors C1, C2, and C3 with different ones of capacitance 0.005 μF.

Is the mentioned C value correct?

In order to get the full bandwidth range (1000 Hz) of the three axes (X,Y, and Z), I will replace the capacitors C1, C2, and C3 with different ones of capacitance 0.005 μF.

Is the mentioned C value correct?

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If your objective is to establish a cut-off frequency of 1000Hz, using the 32khom source impedance of each output, 0.005uF appears to be the correct value.

f = 1 / (2*pi*R*C) = 1/ (2*pi*32*1000*0.005*0.000001) = ~1000Hz