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Is it worth using a gold plated Fplug receiver connection cable?

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NO.

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@bongopaxos wrote:

Is it worth using a gold plated Fplug receiver connection cable?


only if you want a placebo effect.

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Gold-plated means that it won't tarnish, up to you if this matters. More important is to crimpt the connector properly.

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@Roger_Gooner wrote:

Gold-plated means that it won't tarnish, up to you if this matters. More important is to crimpt the connector properly.


if it's actually really gold plated, and not just painted in a gold colour.

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Tarnishing does not really matter, as long as the connection is made before the external part of the plug tarnishes. Once you have made the connection you rarely change it. The only thing is they look pretty if on show!


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