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RE: That's very interesting.

Initially I was investigating this as a means of reducing the resistance of the carbon fiber to copper connections in my interconnects, and I did find a measurable reduction in this application. Also I found improvements in sound quality.

So I wondered what the effect would be on regular metal-metal contacts on interconnects. So I tried on some line level interconnects, DAC/Pre to power amp. I found that the sonic effect was very easily noticable, in particular a reduction of 'glare', increase in tranparency and naturalness, etc. I proceeded to treat every metal-metal contact I could find - inside my power plugs, speaker cables, fuses, and so on, and found that it was a very positive thing, like I'd gotten a better amp or DAC.

Since then I've developed this further, trying various types of graphene and other ingredients, such that I'm almost ready to release. We sent out a few samples but now waiting for 5ml and 10ml glass bottles to be delivered. I hope to make 2ml sample sizes available very soon, in the next few days (we've just moved house and need to find all the different parts, etc).


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