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    Default Next Generation Audio Conductor

    !! FYI only !!

    After several months of unsuccessfully trying to find details on these new conductors, it looks like some information is finally being released.

    The new audio conductors use Gallium and Indium as the conductor material which is liquid at room temperature. The liquid conductor is supposed to eliminate some problems inherent with frozen lattice conductors and provide a noticeable difference.

    I believe the cable company is called TEO Audio and the distributor is Sound Mind Audio.

    It should be interesting to read the impressions of the early adopters. I wonder if this will also spark a new round of cable debates.

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    I bet they sound very liquid and soft. :)

    I'd be willing to try a liquid conductor.
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    I have lots of that clear laboratory tubes. What liquid do you guys think I should try for testing? Was thinking on some kind of alcohol...music always sound better when I consume alcohol. I'm thinking of trying Tequila for latin music, Wild Turkey for country music, Scotch for classical, etc. Still need to give some thought to the terminations though.
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    I'm thinking those blocks used for liquid cooling in computer applications would probably work pretty well for terminations.
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    Yea, I would like to get my hands on some one day.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ricardo View Post
    I have lots of that clear laboratory tubes. What liquid do you guys think I should try for testing? Was thinking on some kind of alcohol...music always sound better when I consume alcohol. I'm thinking of trying Tequila for latin music, Wild Turkey for country music, Scotch for classical, etc. Still need to give some thought to the terminations though.
    I can see where this thread is going. Should have known better than to post on the forum.
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    This is news to me. Are they talking about SC's or IC's?
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    Quote Originally Posted by treitz3 View Post
    This is news to me. Are they talking about SC's or IC's?
    Yes, it looks like they will have both.
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