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Old 11-10-2017, 01:14 PM
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You've already belittled yourself with that statement.

Im still, to this day, mixing A-List material.
Must be a 😀😀😀😀😀 Supporter, see you're very good with the "ALTERNATIVE FACTS"....

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Watch it Gumby. Keep your political proclivities to yourself. We don't need to go down that road on a car forum.
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Really......what am I watching.....
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Now you're turning into a troll.
Godwins law will soon come into play?

All Im saying is that speakers "break in" the moment it moves.
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Alternative facts? Im one of the most in demand mixers in Los Angeles!!!
Yeah, Im arrogant, I earned it!!
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Alternative facts? Im one of the most in demand mixers in Los Angeles!!!
Yeah, Im arrogant, I earned it!!

Good for you
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Way to ruin a decent thread gumbedamit needing to measure your speaker e-peen and insulting others. Move on since you are not adding anything to this thread of value.
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Way to ruin a decent thread gumbedamit needing to measure your speaker e-peen and insulting others. Move on since you are not adding anything to this thread of value.
I offered a lot to this post until I was insulted.. I don't see you adding anything other than continuing the stupidity.....
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I offered a lot to this post until I was insulted.. I don't see you adding anything other than continuing the stupidity.....
Insulted, by someone disagreeing with you??

Wow.
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I enjoyed reading page 1. Page 2, not so much.
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I offered a lot to this post until I was insulted.. I don't see you adding anything other than continuing the stupidity.....
I don't know why I am wading into this but here goes... Paul Barton is the founder and lead designer at PSB Loudspeakers. Perhaps more importantly, Paul and Floyd Toole were the two lead engineers for the NRC listening experiments in the late 70s and through the 80s. This was the largest double blind listening experiment ever completed. As such, Paul likely has more direct speaker/human interface experience than any other designer working today (Dr. Toole has since retired). Paul told me fairly emphatically that loudspeakers do not break in, rather our perception is what breaks in. Additionally, loudspeaker diaphragms are designed to have very tight tolerances, to to allow for break in would mean that it was out of specification to begin with and we are crossing our fingers that it breaks in to the correct value. Just food for thought.

Also I love my MINI (just to keep this slightly on topic)
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Okay. I've got a pair of Realistic Minimus bookshelf speakers in my home office. Purchased them brand new from Radio Shack over 50 years ago. (Remember Radio Shack??) They came with a "lifetime" warranty. They went to my college dorm with me in 1971 along with my photocell-driven, triac-activated home brew color organ that made lights pulsate with the music.

And they're still cranking -- actually deliver very good sound.

Wonder if they're broken in yet.....
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Heres a fact, Ive not been around much the last few weeks.

Heres an A List show, I just finished 48 hours before air:
http://www.sho.com/titles/3449985/ti...aith-soul2soul

Enjoy!!
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