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Old 16th September 2002, 01:08 AM   #71
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We don't really expect you to have an answer for everything.
Oh but I do! It's vitally important.

Allow me to quote from the Book of Nilsson:

Now, if you haven't got an answer...
Then you haven't got a question.
And if you never had a question...
Then you'd never have a problem.
But if you never had a problem...
Well, everyone would be happy.
But if everyone was happy...
There'd never be a love song.


You must hate love songs.

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Old 16th September 2002, 01:12 AM   #72
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Now, if you haven't got an answer...
Then you haven't got a question.
And if you never had a question...
Then you'd never have a problem.
But if you never had a problem...
Well, everyone would be happy.
But if everyone was happy...
There'd never be a love song.



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It's better than my current signature. But it's a bit too long to be used conveniently.
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Old 16th September 2002, 01:12 AM   #73
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Steve,

Inform yourself and get REAL please.

Sure. Just give me their names and EMail addresses.

Get a secretary too!!?

The product in casu "Superblack" was probably developed for CRT coating,I agree.Under the Superblack name though it wasn't marketed as such.They wouldn't have put it on the market in a small bottle with a small brush on applicator for that purpose now,would they?
I'm talking the size of nail polish stuff here.
To top it all of , this product was only available in France,in small imported quantities by "La Maison the L'Audiophile" more than 10 years ago !And it was in short supply even back then.
Point is you seem to be missing the point!
If you really want to find out put some e-mails out to a few Japanese audiophiles,their very helpful by nature and culture.

I rest my case,
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It's better than my current signature. But it's a bit too long to be used conveniently.
No problem. Here, try Campbell Soup's new Condensed Nilsson Soup:

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Now, if you haven't got an answer... Then you haven't got a question. And if you never had a question... Then you'd never have a problem. But if you never had a problem... Well, everyone would be happy. But if everyone was happy... There'd never be a love song.
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Glad to see I'm not the only one with a sense of humor in this thread.
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Old 16th September 2002, 08:41 AM   #76
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now do you folks expect me to rip off that fancy superblack heatshrink from my MKV caps? And have the high voltage of on side unprotected on the housing?
Hmmh maybe i should try it ... probably would have to build a cage of C37-lacquered bamboo around each as user protection
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Old 16th September 2002, 09:24 AM   #77
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Old 16th September 2002, 11:05 AM   #78
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IME the can of an electro can act as a coupling into a circuit using them as series coupling caps, even though both connecting leads are very high impedence WRT to the can.
Perhaps a high resistance connection to ground would help.
Anybody put mu-metal around an electro ? Dave ?.
Or paper for that matter ?.

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Guys, what are we talking about really? An aluminium can is more or less a Faraday's cage. I can't see any logical explaination of how you can talk about charges inside a metal can caused by plastic outside??? The caps are smooting caps, I gather so what would this plastic thing actually do? This is a real tweak I would say and I also realize that I can't win.
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Old 16th September 2002, 06:47 PM   #80
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since i removed the plastic cover from my windows 98se there haven't been any crashes,......!!!!!

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