Run/break in speakers?

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  1. Michael_UK

    Michael_UK Stunt Coordinator

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    Hi I just bourght a set of Mission M73's to listen to music/watch some DVD's, How long do I have to run/burn them in for??
    I currently have about 9 hours low to mid play on them, The mission web site says that 24 hours run in(is this really true do speaker need 20+ hours to run/break in?)
    How log do you run/break in you speakers or do you crank them up straight out of the box?
    BTW I have the M73's in a small bedroom and the output is incredble at low/medium volume.
    Here is the speaker web site.... http://www.mission.co.uk/m70_ser.htm#m73
    Here is the manual, the run in paragraph is at the end... http://www.mission.co.uk/ftp/m73pigb.pdf
    Any help will be apprecated. Thank you.
    [Edited last by Michael_UK on September 08, 2001 at 06:57 PM]
     
  2. Kirk_W

    Kirk_W Auditioning

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    I'd say crank 'em fairly good, the sound will usually smooth out after a while. If you don't crank 'em up it will just take a bit longer to break in.
    KW
     
  3. Chu Gai

    Chu Gai Lead Actor

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    any breakin is likely to be of a trivial nature...don't sweat it
     
  4. Tor Arne

    Tor Arne Stunt Coordinator

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    Just use them normally. They will run in anyway. My B&W speakers require at least 100Hrs of running in according to B&W.
     

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