AS...I have always just left them but I am sure that is a good idea. I never kept them long enough to worry about it...LOL. I would buy a poor misfit (like on ebay), fix it, play with it and then sell it to someone who needed one. Usually for a loss...but I had fun on the projects...
Longest I kept one was probably 6 months for a Dual 721 I restored and a bit longer on a table I built from scratch (NOW THAT was fun...and easy)
Any suggestions on the layering ? You know what would be cool ! Acrylic dipped...would also cut any resonance, yes ?
I have a friend who lives in a very moisture affected basement. He would probably make good living for letting the manufacturers to long term test the longeivity of their products in extremely hostile enviroments ( ie his place ) LOL ! After a year...- you get the picture.
Acrylic (or anything else dipped) would result in an uniform layer, not only it would look awful, it would be detrimental to performance, for a very marginal effect in cutting the resonance.It would result looking pretty much like this (only far less yummy) :
This cake is so good that Prince William chose it as his groom's cake for the royal wedding.
Read more: http://www.oprah.com/food/Chocolate-Biscuit-Cake-Recipe#ixzz2t05bXjHe
Other materials than acrylic, applied differently than by dipping, are used for that - every now and then, guys and gals from NASA do come up with something that DOES work well and is useful
not only in space...
Edited by analogsurviver - 2/11/14 at 12:42am