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Old 05-28-2013, 01:50 PM   #1
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Default Speaker "Break In" question (Jamo)

I've read on some French website that there's no "break in" period needed for Jamo speakers anymore, since they are apparently "pre-broke" somehow. No idea if that's true, do you guys have an information about it? To stay on the safe side, I think I'm still going to give my new speakers like 20 hours of moderate volume with something like the "Tron" soundtrack before I pump it up with more aggressive music or movies.

What is the take of you "pros" here on speaker "Break In" period? Is it really necessary on modern speakers? What kind of volume are you using if you do "Break In" periods?

I've read this:
But it's very technical

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