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Old 31st January 2011, 04:07 PM   #1391
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I don't think so.
 
Old 2nd February 2011, 02:09 PM   #1392
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Hi Guys,

Let's not forget that 'specialised' magazines are paid by the manufacturers of products to write a piece on their equipment. Just look at the poetry produced by six moons.

Or am I wrong?

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Some manufacturers pay for advertising in the 'specialised' magazines.
Some manufacturers do not advertise in the 'specialised' magazines.
Both manufacturer categories get reviewed, and good reviews of gear are independent typically.
Reviews of Pro Audio gear are typically perfectly honest.

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Old 2nd February 2011, 02:18 PM   #1393
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Some manufacturers pay for advertising in the 'specialised' magazines.
Some manufacturers do not advertise in the 'specialised' magazines.
Both manufacturer categories get reviewed, and good reviews of gear are independent typically.
Reviews of Pro Audio gear are typically perfectly honest.

Eric.
Maybe not biased but perfectly honest... ("the (Your Favorite Brand) interconnects with cryobabble treatment removed 3 viels between the listener and music representing a spectacular value at only $999 the pair" ...delusional would be a better characterization!
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Old 2nd February 2011, 02:36 PM   #1394
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Have you any experience with Cryoing? Have you checked out the process?
 
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Yes...just finished cleaning up a foot of snow & my ears are thoroghly cryoed...not noticing any improvement in my sound quality though!
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Old 2nd February 2011, 03:31 PM   #1396
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Have you any experience with Cryoing? Have you checked out the process?
Yes. And there's no evidence to suggest that it has any effect whatsoever on the cable's electrical properties.

Though it has been known to damage certain plastics.

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Old 2nd February 2011, 03:40 PM   #1397
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Have you any experience with Cryoing? Have you checked out the process?
Yes, been and done.

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Yes. And there's no evidence to suggest that it has any effect whatsoever on the cable's electrical properties.
On top of that as soon as you change the shape of the wire ie: straighten it out from the roll, you have lost any perceived value it had. I cannot speak for the cryo'ing of another other part or parts, just wire.
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Cryoing mechanical parts has been known for almost 100 years. However, how many here know its history and its 'practical' use today? How about cryoing experiments and actual use by hi end manufacturers in cryoing their electronic parts and assemblies? They are laughing at those who ignore this subtle, but real sonic improvement. Personally, I don't cryo, but many do, and with success.
 
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Do not do anything until I come out with my new line of homeopathic interconnects and cables. The process is to repeatedly melt and mix the metal for the wire with thermoplastic. I do that until there is only one molecule of copper left per running mile of cable.
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On top of that as soon as you change the shape of the wire ie: straighten it out from the roll, you have lost any perceived value it had. I cannot speak for the cryo'ing of another other part or parts, just wire.
Not sure what you're saying here, Cal.

Are you saying that cryoing actually does effect some electrical property of the wire?

Certainly whenever you bend the wire it begins to create dislocations in the lattice which eventually results in work hardening and an increase in resistance. But I've not seen any evidence that cryoing does anything to remove the dislocations. Annealing can, but that's going in the opposite direction from cryoing.

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