Originally Posted by Bill Fitzmaurice
+1. You've got to wonder if he really believes what he's saying or if he's pandering to the oddiophiles who do believe it.
The reality is-however-that a large number of the people who go by facts and aren't mislead by such statements are NOT the ones buying loudspeakers at that price point.
The ones who often buy at that pricepoint are not "audio guys" and who have more "disposable income"-and are often mislead and embarassed to say that they don't hear a difference in various "tweaks".
I think a good product would be an automatic "cable cooker" that would keep the cables in their "broken in state" when no signal is present. Then turn off when a signal is present.
That way you don't lose any advantage of having already "broken in" the cables. it would "keep them fresh".
It could also serve to "keep the charge" on the crossover-so you don't have to wait till the capacitors "fill up" before sounding good.
And if you did ultrasonically-the "noise" would not bother people in the room when the system is not being used.
OK Ya heard it here first-so no copying my idea!