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  1. #151
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    I am now officially a White Glove owner



    Are the gloves trying to tell me something

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    Slight change in the TT rack , Spot the difference



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    Well certainly not anything you didn't already know

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    SYSTEM 1:

    Analogue.
    Brinkmann Bardo/Conqueror 3C/Transfiguration Axia S /Tron Seven Ultimate/MFA Baby Reference Pre/Icon Audio MB845 SE/Quad 989s

    Digital.
    Docet Lector CDP-7TL mkiii/Pimped Bluesound Node2 + LDA Lps/Jolida Fx Glass DAC.

    Wires etc.
    Audioplan Musicable ICs & TQ Black ll SC, assorted branded kettle leads.
    Target TT shelf & Alphason 5 shelf rack.
    Power Inspired AG1500S mains regen.

    SYSTEM 2: Back to the 80s.

    Ariston RD80SL, Linn LVX, A&R P77/ Phillips CD600 / Sony TC-FX150 / Sansui T500L / Cambridge Audio C50 + 2x A50 as bridged monos (mid 80s Stan Curtis's design) / JPW Sonata or KEF 104ab/ Original 80s Monster Cable IC, DNM SC / Target 5 shelf rack.

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    Yes - to stop leaving greasy finger prints all over that lovely polished chrome!

    My CD player came with a similar set of white gloves (with anti-slip grips on the palm side, so as not to drop the heavy item), to prevent leaving finger marks on the brushed satin black finish of the player.

    Anyway the white gloves will go nicely with your top hat and tails when you are out on the town.
    Barry

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    Any recomendations for chrome cleaner

    prefer a spray / fluid not a cream , tried multi surface cleaner and glass cleaner , results err not good
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    I use baby wipes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Audio Al View Post
    Any recomendations for chrome cleaner

    prefer a spray / fluid not a cream , tried multi surface cleaner and glass cleaner , results err not good
    Hi Al, is it actually chrome or has the chrome been coated with a protective clear varnish?

    If it is chrome then I would go for a very good chrome cleaner that was not highly abrasive, I used to use this on a Morgan sports car, it is very easy to use and leaves a protective coating, put if on thinly and polish of with a clean microfibre cloth. https://www.meguiars.co.uk/shop/nxt-metal-polysh I would personally avoid a spray as it will go everywhere and could be problematic around the other gear.
    Listening is the act of aural discrimination and dissemination of sound, and accepting you get it wrong sometimes.

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    Just use Coca Cola. The Italians use to use it to clean all the chrome trim of their sports cars.
    Barry

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    Just use Coca Cola. The Italians use to use it to clean all the chrome trim of their sports cars.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Audio Al View Post
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    Any that contains phosphoric acid, which causes a tooth to dissolve in it overnight.
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