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#320297 - 08/27/10 06:52 PM Re: Speaker Break In: Fact or Myth? [Re: DaMagicman]
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Registered: 12/06/07
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Originally Posted By: DaMagicman
I agree with Rick and Fred....speakers sound better with a drink in hand...or both hands

Much alcohol. You must reach the right concentration in the air. It then permiates the speaker drivers and breaks them in properly. Multiple Sessions provide the best results.
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#320693 - 08/31/10 12:09 AM Re: Speaker Break In: Fact or Myth? [Re: wbedford]
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Originally Posted By: wbedford
Not sure if this poster was using a spectrum analyzer, but this little test is interesting:

http://www.head-fi.org/forum/thread/51840/burn-in-techniques/30#post_593776

He managed a 0.4 hz drop, I highly doubt anyone would heaar such a drop/change in playback of actual material.

GR Research has also done some testing with their own drivers and came to the conclusion the speakers do loosen up marginaly after a few minutes/hours but they question whether anyone could ever hear the minimal differences they measured.
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#320785 - 08/31/10 02:22 PM Re: Speaker Break In: Fact or Myth? [Re: jakewash]
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There were no measurements of the drivers taken after a significant cooling down period which makes those tests pointless. I would have liked to see the drivers after the "burn-in" period of 100 or so hours measured after 12/24 or more hours when the driver has not been in use. Not a very convincing test IMO .
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