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Old 16th February 2010, 04:36 AM   #1
stephenmarklay is offline stephenmarklay  United States
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Default Best thing I have done for my system...

in a looong time.

Cleaned all the contacts and switches. Jeez I was getting some static and just poor sound.

I bought some Deoxit from RS today and did my amp including the internal switches and pots, speaker posts, rca's, speaker wires etc.

Nice a silent and a big improvement.
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