I can entertain the idea of break-in for speakers. It makes sense. Surrounds and suspension in the driver loosen up a little bit, I could see it being feasible that bottom end may extend a little more with some use. But, when people make break-in claims involving electronics primarily made up of metal and or circuit boards or other parts that simply cannot change in operation, regardless of how long you use them...
I wonder if you told this same guy that the next time he fills up his car with this "special gas", his car will run really well for the first two gallons, but once he starts using that third and fourth gallon, the car's performance is really going to shine, he'd believe it?
Yeah, the gas is $15 dollars a gallon too, so he's definitely gonna notice that performance increase.
I know, any person on any website can make any claim they want and any reviewer can have any opinion they want. I just don't understand how anyone can believe this nonsense. Even though, I don't believe in snake oil like high-priced cables or the like, I can at least see why people buy them, they may have better construction or more appealing aesthetics and it seems somewhat reasonable why someone might believe a premium cable may perform better. But, a metal speaker bullet, changing characteristics and magically working better after "break-in"? God! I just want to slap some people! I can't believe someone who could be pretty knowledgeable and reasonable about most things, could think a speaker bullet would benefit from break-in.
I've met so many people like this in the past, completely reasonable people when it comes to everything in life, but then they'll tell you that a Monster HDMI cable makes their picture look one hundred times better than a monoprice cable. But, this speaker bullet review still takes the cake. $4,200 for $1 dollar worth of metal which is doing nothing to your audio. And if it is doing something to your audio, it certainly doesn't change and sound different after you use it for a few hours. Gawd! LOL!