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Old 17th August 2012, 11:57 AM   #21
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Yes indeed , several.

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Some very clever synthesizer recordist has found the ultimate way to sell his noise track.

Say scientific and mathematical many times with no science or math.

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Old 17th August 2012, 01:37 PM   #24
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its strange but mathematically its like forcing the components to get worn faster... instead of waiting for long to get the right frequencies to unlock it in a normal way of breakin.... but there is a way in india where they use to cook on coal as heat source and now the butane gas as used but guess what coal use to take long time but the taste is completely different than whats cooked on gas. Mathematically its heat but how come food cooked on coal had different experience.... no ans... probably the material which is burnt matters just like capacitors ...
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Good point. I propose using any burn-in CD is a good solution - not the solution.

P.S. I've been using charcoal all summer while my gas grill sits idle - waiting for a nod.
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You guys forgot the banana, err snake oil..

Merit-less IMO..
For breaking in speakers use white or pink noise, for anything else normal use will do the trick if there is any trick to be done.
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Merit-less IMO..
...as a minimum. It is a way to get a large amount of fool ignorant buyers.

I remember a phase from the old TV series "Robert L. Rippley's believe it or not,", with Jack Palance, that said something like "a sucker born every second", I don't know if originally the phrase was true this, but I listened it translated into Spanish. (Nace un tonto a cada segundo...)
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Salu2, Bob!!!
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Old 17th August 2012, 06:32 PM   #30
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"It is important to exercise an audio system across the full range of frequencies and amplitudes" Yeah baby! Exercise those electrons!
Sounds almost HOT!

Curious what's suposed to be on there, cd doesn't go over 20khz so what is it? Ron jeremy doing a sine wave? Hubble soundscapes?
Seriously curious what's on the disc. Anyone threw it into some audio program to check it?
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