Thanks.How are you powering this setup? Are you using the DC power jack?
It would help to tap power direectly from the jack on the back side of the board instead of from the pins. The caps are fine as is, a big and a small is best. A small resistor (100 ohms?) between the jack and the caps might help too.
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