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I can offer this. We did a blind test at an audio dealer after hours several years ago. One of the guys had ordered a new pair of B&W 801 matrix speakers and the dealer had a pair on his sales floor that was several months old. We couldn't tell the new ones from the old ones in a blind test. So I would say that it is 99% myth and 1% maybe because we might have done better with more listeners.
Or perhaps B&W breaks in their drivers. For the price, they should. As to why all manufacturers don't, even using an accelerated process it takes a good 8 hours, and time is money.

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