How to Break-in a Speaker

How to Break-in a Speaker

Many audio experts and speaker manufacturers say that loudspeakers benefit from a break-in process. Just like all thing mechanical, speakers have moving parts that move more freely with time and effort.

Two components that particularly benefit from a break-in period include the surround and the spider.

The surround (often times made of various types of rubber or foam) is what connects the edge of the cone to the speaker basket (see Fig. A). You can typically see this part of the speaker when the speaker grille is removed.

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Cleaning and Maintaining Audio Speakers

When you own something that you value, like the great artwork on the wall, the sweet car in the garage or the manicured backyard, you want to keep them clean and well-maintained, so you can enjoy them even longer the same way you did when they were new. If you're like us, and refuse to compromise when it comes to your home entertainment or audio system, your audio and video equipment is right up there on the list.
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Organizing and Hiding Cables and Wires

Outfitting your house with a new multi-room audio system or a new home theater system can results in lots of extra cables lying around. Most people love the idea of having a system like this, but not everyone knows how to deal with the cords. Here are a few tips for organizing and hiding all those wires and cables.
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Redefining Sound with Better Speaker Cables

When we listen to music, or any audio output for that matter, we tend to base our experience and attribute it to the system itself. While this is true for most part, the kind and quality of speakers along with their positioning matter, and so do surprisingly the speaker cables that are being used.
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Understanding an Equalizer

An equalizer is a unit that equalizes or compensates for different tonal side effects and places them in synchronization. In this way, the equalizer changes the quality of the audio tone that passes through it. 
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