I read in 'Frequently asked questions that cable breakin time is a myth,and unnecessary "difference is all in the mind" . I have jps super2 interconnects and I definitely noticed huge diff after 35+ hours of breakin time...my salesmen and even Joe the owner of company(I spoke directly to him)highly reccomends breakin time..does anyone else believe in breakin time
Every good quality cable I have ever owned has benefited from break-in. I can only imagine that people who say otherwise are deluding themselves, probably to avoid paying what it (unfortunately) takes to get fine cables. It's like people who swear money isn't important to them -- it's a way of excusing the fact that they haven't very much of it. In my experience, good cables are ludicrously over-priced, but nevertheless, they DO make a difference, and so does break-in.
For the last time people, cables do not need a break-in period. Good cables, not necessarily expensive ones, will no doubt benefit a system,no argument. Wires and cables are fixed non-moving, passive devices. A new car should have a break-in period, but this is not needed for wires or interconnects. E. Ramsey AAS industrial electronics
Please explain to me scientifically, Gary Wright,how an expensive $300 cable presents an audible diffrence over a $30 monster cable. Like the ancient Chinese proverb goes"A fool and his money are soon parted" People who buy decent but inexpensive interconnects are smarter than smug fools who spend loads of cash on interconnects and speaker wire that have been scientifically proven time and time again to offer no real advantage other than fancy"jewelry" for your components. E. Ramsey AAs industrial electronics
Hey Diablo, the reason instruments or ears cannot detect "cable burn in" is because it does not exist. There is absolutely no scientific evidence that such a rediculous theory exists. See my postings in "To burn in cables works", I went to war over this. E.Ramsey AAS industrial electronics