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In Reply to: RE: Those are actually the labels/stickers, not the product. posted by geoffkait on October 30, 2015 at 11:49:01
I've used your spray on product and liked it!
Previously used Liquid Resolution but since Brian (RIP) passed away last year I was forced to cast around for something that was at least close. By my spray on product you mean Dark Matter?
Yes-the dark matter was quite good. I need to purchase more. If you could put together a cd damper type disc with the dark matter covering it, you could have a heck of a product. No more spraying on each cd, just cover the cd with the dark matter disc.
I eschew CD mats and damping discs as they are a pig in a poke. All is not lost, however. We have ways of introducing Dark Matter into the innards of the player, in addition to treating each CD. Didn't I mention it to you?
> I eschew CD mats and damping discs as they are a pig in a poke.>
If you don't mind I'll do the jokes, Kruller.
How? I use a Yamaha CDs 2000
Well, let me ask you. Where do you think a good place to spray Dark Matter would be, somewhere that is inside the player whilst the CD is spinning? Keep in mind I'm not advocating CD mats OR skipping Dark Matter on the CD label.
Not sure I want to spray anything near a laser-what about a new and improved version of your cd tray masking kit? Or could you just spray the dark matter on this masking kit before installing in the CD player?
There is a new improved version of the tray masking kit. It's Codename Turquoise II.
Would this benefit from spraying dark matter on it? Will it fit in a Yamaha CDS 2000?
Remove the cover from your Yamaha player to see where any spray would be going. I don't blame you for wanting to be cautious.
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