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RE: Why don't you

My perception is...that any audiophile who's aware of (and interested in) break-in requirements of speakers will surely be capable of finding some pink noise excitation signal. It's extremely easy to find on the internet and/or a person could easily generate a track with their computer.

FYI, playing pink noise on a pair of speakers (facing each other) with one wired in opposite polarity is a break-in procedure that's been used for many decades.

Dave.


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