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  1. In the Audiophile Solder thread (during the on-topic posts) I had been thinking about contact enhancers like Cramolin and Tweak and the idea of connections in audio gear. I have used Cramolin on all my audio, video, and even computer connections as a preventative measure. I don't recall a situation where I could have done a proper A/B comparison of its use in my audio system because there were just too many variables and my non-rigorous application timings. But, I also use it in my repair and tuning of brass model locomotives (the Hi-End of model railroading). I can clearly see a marked improvement in running performance after the appropriate application of the contact enhancer. I wonder if that is a more 'objective' measurement then listening Do you use any of these types of products ? What have your results been ? Anyone tried a A/B test on system wide applications ?