Dust War.

Does anyone have experience with air washer? ... for example : BORK - Q710 ... VENTA AEROSTYLE LW74 .. Boneco W210

I don’t use air conditioners on principle (I don’t like the air) ... the windows are usually on the north side in the shade - it’s enough to ventilate ...
Using covers and plastic boxes for audio components is not aesthetically pleasing ...


No doubt Taliban is actually on US budget payroll and they had been created and established to control every square inch of an opium harvest.

Mexico is on the defensive? ...

I read official statistics - after the arrival of the states in Afghanistan - the transit of drugs to Eastern Europe increased 50 times.
During the presence of ISAF, the area under opium crops in Afghanistan has grown a hundred times, and the production of heroin - forty times.

This hasn't surprised anyone in a long time.

We use Hathaspace and Fellows and find them very good for clean air quality. I can't specifically say that I've noticed less dust around the stereo but the filters catch a lot so the dust is definitely being caught. 


yes - air purifiers from dust (fan + drum / filter + water tank) ... how much is it advisable?
... if now cleaning electronics from dust (vacuum cleaner) once a week, then how will the interval change approximately if you use an air washer? ...

humidification mode is probably dangerous for paper speakers - you need to be careful.

These seem to be humidifiers. If that's what you mean, they work at reducing static and improve air quality.  Ultrasonic units need distilled water. Do you mean purifiers? To filter dust? If so, yes, we have one in most rooms and they work as long as you replace the filters when needed.