"The theory behind this product is simple but almost unbelievable"
I actually forgot to discuss one other thought I was having. Given the C37 theory of carbon and temperature effecting the resonance, this could have a large factor on the sound of our rooms. I have read a number of discussions trying to explain why our systems sound so good one night and not so good the next. It would be interesting to keep a mental list of the good nights and pay attention to the room temperature, outside temperature and maybe humidity. I expect if the C37 theory has legs, we should see a prefer ed temperature for our rooms???????
I suspect from the lack of interest in this thread that people have not experienced C37-Speziallack or have no interest in the topic???????
I also read about C37 sometime back. I stumbled upon it accidently over on AudioAsylum. There I noted that member "Thorsten" has extensive experience w/ this lacquer & uses it in his designs. I think that you can either ping him on AA or even send me an email off-line. The German company Symphonic Line, whose power amps I have, also uses C37 on some of his power amps. I can't remember the model number - was it the RG10 Mk4? This manuf also claims that C37 does the trick. You might try emailing Rolf Gemein at: email@example.com