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Graphene. What's it all mean, jelly bean?
Give me a break.
I do not grasp using a sheet materiel, one atom deep, in a non rigid (bendable) product.
It would seem (to me anyway) that the Graphene's structure would be seriously compromised from the start and then moreso with usage of the product.
This said, I have not used/listened to the cables mentioned in the lengthy A'Gon thread and therefore have no opionion of their sonic qualities.
Other than the above mentioned I find the lack of any listed retail prices for the products to set off an internal alarm of sorts.
Typical marketing would to be to list the NEW product(s) @ an introductory/promotional price (one that would most likley increase, perhaps even considerably).
In cables Graphene is used in conjunction with copper and silver wire. In fuses Graphene is not used as a conductor. That's what makes it so interesting, no?
Where is it used in a fuse? On the body? I'm interested in this as I may try one (the fuse) soon.
I still have a few svelte shelves and roller blocks, but otherwise have not purchased anything from Symposium in what seems like ages. Always too many other things on my wish list.
But I do have a neighbor lady by the name of Graphene :-)
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