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RE: Mad Scientist Graphene-based Contact Enhancer

Last week, I received a tube of "graphene contact enhancer" from Mad Scientist Audio, and coated all the pins on all the tubes in my Decware Torii Mk III amp. The change with just "treating" the tube pins was far from subtle, creating a greater sense of ease and cohesiveness to the sound. All instruments are still distinct, but somehow seem to be part of a greater whole now, being better integrated. The soundstage also deepened a bit and became more holographic; for the first time I could actually tell that the clapping in the audience in a live Chuck Mangione album was coming from a location in front of and lower than the performers on the stage. Listening to a remastered hi-res download of "A Day in the Life", John Lennon's voice was floating around my living room in a very ethereal fashion; quite cool! I can't wait to find the time to treat all the rest of the connections in my system to see what further gains had be had. An amazing product, especially when you consider the amazingly low price of admission!

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