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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CES 2018: Redesigned Klipsch Reference Premier

CES 2018: Redesigned Klipsch Reference Premier

A look at the all new Reference Premiere series available in Fall 2018. Better fit and finish using new premium materials, enhanced performance including a new tweeter and voicing for smoother high frequencies, and an expanded offering with two new finishes-walnut and piano black. #klipsch #ces2018
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Make an Offer

In 2016, CapitalSound.ca spearheaded an innovative change for home theatre and audiophile enthusiasts to purchase their consumer electronics by introducing Make an Offer.
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CapitalSound.ca donates a huge Klipsch 5.1 Reference V Series Home Theatre System for the 12TH Anniversary Raising the Roof recognizing the Taggart Family of Ottawa.
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