The car - as hinted before - is a key thing to treat.
Don't just think of the stereo/speakers though; think environment.
You can therefore treat your car like a house, putting cream on
almost anything, spray the windows and anything else reflective, and
add foils to certain places - car doors.
I have added labels and such things as a Purple Maganadisc to my
car, as I spend so much time in it, and of course you can Clip
To give a sense of scale, if you wanted, you could remove each one
of those tiny car fuses, apply Cream to the plastic part, Sol
Electret to the contacts, Clip it and reinsert it. A morning's work!
--- In PWB@y..., "psgary2" <palmsprings.gary@v...> wrote:
> When copying a cd on my computer it's best to leave it alone.
> there was a little extra time, I decided to Belt my computer
> speakers, which sounded pretty good yesterday when a treated cd
> being played. This made me wonder what difference a little cream
> foil would do. For years I have searched for acceptable computers
> speakers and have basically given up, putting up with a cheap pair
> NEC speakers.
> Out came the screwdriver and then the screws. In went Rainbow
> Creme Electret, Sol Electret, and Red X morphic messages.
> got treated and Clipped, including the speaker power supply. It
> about an hour - always 3 times longer than anticipated. But what
> hour. There's actually a small soundstage on my desktop now.
> can't happen, but it does. I'm probably getting better sound from
> pair of $25 computer speakers than many people get from their home
> sound system. The bass increased, as well as clearer treble and
> greater detail. Normally, it would be ludicrous to speak of such
> things from generic computer speakers. But not after PWB
> won't be looking for computer speakers for a while.
> This makes me wonder what can happen with my car stereo. The
> components are much better, including the speakers. Anyone care
> make a few suggestions? I'm due to leave for a short trip and
> like to see what can be done.