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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by Axtman, Mar 4, 2010.
If yes then what is the best way to do so?
Speakers don't "need" to be broken in, there is no consequence in NOT doing it.
BUT . . .
They will not sound their potential until after about 12 hours of use.
Some people hook them up to a signal source with a sine wave, some just play recorded music from a CD or ipod through them, and some people just play bass through them . . .
So in other words, they need to be broken in.
Here we go again....
They can have a break-in peroid. It is not a must that I have ever heard of, to "break them in" any exact way.
They won't sound as good as they're capable of until they have been.
The key word they're fussing over is "need". Not breaking in will do no harm, but it's not a myth that they'll sound better afterwards if that's the real question.
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