i agree i could not detect a difference or improvement... the bloke in the demo was impressed though !Not a lot but, given the quality of the sound in the video, that's not surprising. And, I did use my DAC/amp and headphones I reserve for music, not the ones I normally use for games and YT videos.
the idea of the product is to improve conductivity. 1st stage of treatment is to clean the plugs / sockets with the 2nd part a "coating" to improve conductivity.Wot a load of carp.
so this servisol does not damage gold, silver or rhodium plated plugs then ?You don't usually need jungle juice of any description for any plugs and sockets unless you dug them out of the ground or found them on a skip, in which case you buy some Servisol to squirt at them. Chord are full of it.
It doesn't. I've used it for years on everything electronic, even drilled a small hole in speaker relays to squirt it in to stop them being intermittent.so this servisol does not damage gold, silver or rhodium plated plugs then ?
is this product a cheaper version of deoxit then ?It doesn't. I've used it for years on everything electronic, even drilled a small hole in speaker relays to squirt it in to stop them being intermittent.
When something is dissolved, it is not modified chemically and can be recovered from the solvent. Mercury will also dissolve gold.Sodium cyanide does a good job dissolving gold.