KOJO KM01-BRASS : With a (32Ω) 20mW +20 mW impression and appreciation thread
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Hello fellow Kojo Brass owners,

I recently picked up a used one from e-earphone and I was wondering: What do you guys use to polish/clean the body of the Brass? Also, when you clean, do you plug something into both 3.5mm plugs to protect them or do you simply avoid them when cleaning?

Thanks in advance!
 
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Use the brass polish cream apply on to the cloth for the polishing. Yes, you need to be careful when coming to the 3.5 area.

Not necessary to cover cover the hole, as long handle with care.
 
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Use the brass polish cream apply on to the cloth for the polishing. Yes, you need to be careful when coming to the 3.5 area.

Not necessary to cover cover the hole, as long handle with care.
Understood! I'll see if my local hardware store sells any I can buy off the shelf. Is there anything I should look out for when picking the cream (like abrasiveness, composition, etc.), or will any general brass polish work? Thanks for your help!
 
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Is better to check with the staffs. To avoid to wrong polish you getting. Some might be to strong to use.
 
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Brasso is working fine to me.

 
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Man, I'm really tempted to get this. :)



Someone is selling a scratched used for ~350 USD, I wonder if it's worth it. The battery is non-rechargable?
 
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it's non - rechargable...running byAAA battery.

looks very clean to me but 350 it's worth it.
 
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That is the good price. BTW, you can use AAA rechargeable too.
 
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If can try to get Panasonic (Made in Japan) you will see huge sound difference compare to the regular battery.
 
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I use eneloop pro (Panasonic JP) since day one because it is rechargeable and it is called "Pro".
I also have the standard eneloop by Sanyo.
Never tried to compare the sound when changing the battery.
Will try but I think my ears would not detect the different ^ ^.
 
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