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In Reply to: RE: Audiodharma Cable Cooker... posted by RadioWonder on March 12, 2017 at 15:59:37
Actually, treating the white 6-pin board mount connector would be easy. Simply remove (by gently rocking back and forth) the red wire connector....that exposes the 6 pins on the white board connector. Reinstall the red wire connector and you're done.
Please clarify....when you say RCA connectors, are you speaking of the connectors on the cables you conditioned? The RCA's on the Cooker are all female chassis mounts, and the only male connector is the output XLR and the pair of BNC's.
Sorry... I was thinking of my RCA DIY Cable Cooker Adapters I made...
One more question, RW....how did you apply the MSA Graphene? Does the sample kit come with a tiny brush?
Sorry, I missed your post...
It does come with a very nice brush...
I found the disposable Lip Wands work better for me... I can apply it more evenly and do a series of projects quicker when I load up the Lip Wand with Graphene...
When I finish a project I put the Graphene Lip Wand in a Zip Lock Bag where it stays fresh and ready for the next project...
I've ordered a whole bunch of various types of brushes and applictors and will use the one(s) that are best. Maybe include a few types with each bottle as they are pretty cheap. But those foam (?) ones look good.
The description calls them "Flocked sponge head with plastic handle"...
They are very tough and almost hard and even when I used a Needle Nose Pliers on them, I could not get to the inner layer...
The flocking does not shed or fall off...
So they are not a soft foam but they soak up and hold Graphene very well... :)
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