Perhaps our biggest achievement in this area is the fact that we’ve developed a unique method of treating audio equipment – a method that provides excellent results and does not put the components at risk of damage. While standard DCT treatments involve a long soak and slow cool down, this would not work for audio components. Therefore we’ve expertly created a new process over years of testing, and are now able to offer this service to everyone.
What Components Can Be Treated?
At Frozen Solid, we pride ourselves in only offering the best service to our customers, and that is why we will only use DCT for certain audio components. This is simply due to the fact that many components do not benefit from, or could be damaged by, this process, and we would not want to disappoint you with poor results. If you have any questions about whether a specific component is able to be improved by DCT, please call one of our team for advice.
Why Get DCT for an Audio Component?
There are many reasons why using DCT for audio components is advantageous. Of these, the most commonly desired improvement is that of improved sound quality, which we can deliver by increasing the grain size within the component, and therefore giving less opportunities for the signal to be interrupted. Other benefits include increased durability of components (especially important for more expensive components) and the fact that “burning in” will take a significantly smaller amount of time. The latter is exceedingly important to sound aficionados, as it means they’ll get to hear optimum sound much sooner than they otherwise would.
If you would like to find out more about DCT in relation to audio components, we would be more than happy to chat with you and explain the whole process. Please call us today on 01480 861972 or use our contact form to email us.