Originally Posted by Warpdrv
What do you honestly think is going to change here.... there is absolutely no need to "Break In" speakers. Its all a myth.
Yes and no, a rubber cone surround could be subject to a certain pliability factor that might reach a stable consistency at a given point. But I think more important is the acclimatization of the cabinet to its' surroundings. I have to think that things like ambient temperature and humidity have a significant impact on wood and its' resonance.
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