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Anyone use SilClear

Discussion in 'Home Theater Projects' started by Kevin. W, May 21, 2004.

  1. Kevin. W

    Kevin. W Screenwriter

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    Silclear is the first-ever silver contact lube optimized for good sound, not thermal conductivity. The secret is microscopically thin silver platelets (a millionth inch thin; 8 square feet of surface per gram!) to enhance beneficial skin effect. The unique binder for these platelets is an ultra-pure, low dielectric absorption, food-grade grease to minimize signal loss/smearing. The thinnest possible coating lasts 10 to 20 unpluggings. Comes in a 14-gram jar (with applicator) that treats 1000+ connectors.

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  2. Paul Stanley

    Paul Stanley Stunt Coordinator

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    Am I the only one having different thoughts about thermal connectivity and lube?

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  3. Chu Gai

    Chu Gai Lead Actor

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    Usually you need lube when you can't figure out how to excite the electrons!

    Back to the topic at hand, it will happen that one can get either corrosion or buildup of contaminants between components that connect. To deal with that one can use a variety of products from www.caig.com where you'll find tubes of such products like contact cleaners, signal enhancers, etc. Probably a more cost effective way of doing things. That and you're dealing with a company that probably knows a little more than Mapleshade does about such subjects.

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