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Post Cryogenics
on: September 20, 2012, 15:40
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Ok I posted about this on Joe's Sad Little Amp and I want to explain a little more about what I have learned. What I was really talking about was using cryogenics on the pieces and parts we use ,magnets,resistors,caps, pots and even tubes. Furthermore the results are measurable ,doing a before/after shows that the process makes them closer to the listed tolerances.Basically you take the item down to temp keep it there X amount of time and then bring it up desired temp(125 F oven was used ).What they were trying to do was relieve stress in the metal. A breadboard with caps ,resistors and wire became much closer to tolerances and we think it is because the solder has gained improved ability to allow the current to flow? Tubes seemed to require a different process because 50% of them became micro-phonic. The pickups I played through had a very good sound but I never saw them before they were done so no info there.Yes you can claim anything etc.. actual results take some applied theory and research. One of the people that was involved in this is knowledgeable and I am just passing on second hand info. Feel free to tell me I am insane and not very bright because I already know that and you can't upset me by typing words ! (random disclaimer! ) YMMV

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Post Re: Cryogenics
on: September 27, 2012, 03:36
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Cold and frozen as liquid Nitrogen here sheesh ? No thoughts at all really ?

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Post Re: Cryogenics
on: February 19, 2018, 21:24
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Hi guys
In physics,cryogenics is the abstraction of the assembly and behavior of abstracts at actual low temperatures.A being who studies elements that accept been subjected to extremely cold temperatures is alleged a cryogenics.
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