PTFE TEFLON TAPE

russell salter

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Apparently, PTFE insulation is desirable and necessary, in the battle against RFI and EMI, regarding Interconnects. Be that the case, why are we not wrapping headshells and headshell wires with PTFE tape ? Given the delicate MV signal.
 

Alantiggger

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PTFE TEFLON TAPE, Oh my, I thought that I had seen/heard/looked and saw... it ALL

hahahahaha, Brilliant, simply brilliant !....... *wacko*

Save your money.
 

russell salter

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If any of you had read my OP properly, you would have understood that it was a tongue-in -cheek question. Not a factual statement. But as usual, blinkered pedantisism takes over.
 

Gray

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russell salter said:
If any of you had read my OP properly, you would have understood that it was a tongue-in -cheek question. Not a factual statement. But as usual, blinkered pedantisism takes over.
I didn't think for one minute you believed it. This is often a pedantic, sceptical and sarcastic forum though, best to get used that if you're gonna stay around.
 

insider9

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russell salter said:
If any of you had read my OP properly, you would have understood that it was a tongue-in -cheek question. Not a factual statement. But as usual, blinkered pedantisism takes over.
Seriously? Just tried to cancel my Amazon order but it's already dispatched.
 

spiny norman

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russell salter said:
Apparently, PTFE insulation is desirable and necessary, in the battle against RFI and EMI, regarding Interconnects.
"[font="Arial,Helvetica,Sans Serif"]PTFE (Polytetrafluoroethylene) [/font][size="-1"] The combination of chemical and physical properties of PTFE is a consequence of its true fluorocarbon structure. This unusual structure leads to a material which has ... unsurpassed electrical properties, including low dielectric loss, low dielectric constant and high dielectric strength."[/size]

[font="Arial,Helvetica,Sans Serif"][size="-1"]Sounds like a pretty sensible choice to me.[/font][/size]
 

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