|Originally posted by elnero
And to add to the car analogy a lot of audio manufacturers specify a certain period of time for burn in or often do a period of burn in themselves before the product ever leaves the building. When I worked for Swans Speakers we burned each set in for 24 hours before they ever left the factory. We felt they still got better with more time but that was not feasible, we got them over the initial hump though.
Also Mike, I'll reiterate. Your trolling looking for an argument here as you do in many threads. **** happens in threads on occasion and they get off track but you blatantly seem to be looking for arguments all the time. Nothing you have stated has anything to do with what SageOHaze asked. No where did I see SageOHaze ask "does burn in work?" or anything remotely close. If you want to start a debate on this why not start your own thread instead of ruining someone elses?