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This just in - Barack Obama recables Air Force One with TWag...

I really need JH13s now.
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I'm here!!!

Really hats off to Lee. YOU ARE THE MAN!!

Go P.E.!! (private joke)
I am just the man behind the man, who is behind the other man.

Lee
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This just in - Barack Obama recables Air Force One with TWag...
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Craig, one more question. Does this wire gets green over time?
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Craig, one more question. Does this wire gets green over time?
I certainly hope not!!

All if the ends are sealed and secure...

Craig
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This just in - Barack Obama recables Air Force One with TWag...

I really need JH13s now.
LOL ...
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Craig, one more question. Does this wire gets green over time?
Pure silver will not turn green over time. Silver, exposed to oxygen (long enough and under the right circumstances) will form silver oxide, however, silver oxide is still a very fine conductor.

Copper, exposed to oxygen (long enough and under the right circumstances), can turn green as it oxidizes. The green is copper oxide.

Peace,

Lee
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Yes, silver can form a very thin film of oxide that actually stops further oxidation and as stated, silver oxide is a good conductor but copper oxide is horrible and also can have a diode effect. I started working with silver back in the early 90's and have always sworn by it.
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I know a lot of people complain about copper wire oxidizing, but I've yet to see any of the clear jacketed copper wires I've built cables with oxidize. Anyone know what speeds up this process, I've heard that handling/movement of the wire can make it turn green faster.
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I started working with silver back in the early 90's and have always sworn by it.
Yeah, I have been working with all types of silver and copper since the 80's, both serve a purpose, depending on what the end use is going to be. Either can be a great audio wire if sourced, manufactured, and treated correctly.

That being said, I am very proud of the last three wires I have designed, TWcu, SCSCag, and the TWag. The feedback received really warms my heart. Even a jaded old audio curmudgeon like me feels a bit of fatherly pride.

FWIW--Craig is doing some really nice work with my wire, the cables he has been producing the last few months are very nice, indeed. That is why I partnered up with him and set him up as the only OEM authorized to use TWag at this time. I have a feeling he will do some great things with it.

Plus, buy now, as I have a feeling his prices will go up soon. He really is selling the JH13 cables for close to his hard costs, and that cannot be kept up long!

Peace,

Lee
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Yeah, I have been working with all types of silver and copper since the 80's, both serve a purpose, depending on what the end use is going to be. Either can be a great audio wire if sourced, manufactured, and treated correctly.

That being said, I am very proud of the last three wires I have designed, TWcu, SCSCag, and the TWag. The feedback received really warms my heart. Even a jaded old audio curmudgeon like me feels a bit of fatherly pride.

FWIW--Craig is doing some really nice work with my wire, the cables he has been producing the last few months are very nice, indeed. That is why I partnered up with him and set him up as the only OEM authorized to use TWag at this time. I have a feeling he will do some great things with it.

Plus, buy now, as I have a feeling his prices will go up soon. He really is selling the JH13's for close to his hard costs, and that cannot be kept up long!

Peace,

Lee

Thanks Lee...

Yes that is right, I can't keep these prices for long. This is really an Introductory pricing since I'm running a December special.

2010, prices will go up.

Thanks everyone for their emails and comments. This recabling is very special. The wooden "Y" splitter is made out of babenga wood. Nice little extra touch..

Thanks,
Craig
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The wooden "Y" splitter is made out of babenga wood. Nice little extra touch..
WOW!
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Craig sent out my twag cable and lod today cant wait
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Can't wait to see some pics!!
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Pics on first post
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