Cable burn-in makes better. It does not matter if the new cable is a Loudspeaker cable, an interconnect cable or a power cord. Each cable one needs a certain amount of playing time before it warms up, so the listener can hear the correct sound.
But there is a question asked by many audio enthusiasts – Does cable burn-in work, and does it make a difference?
A person spends a certain amount of money on an audio system and is very proud of the system but decides that he wants to make it sound better. This is normal and told that the system sounds better with good quality audiophile cables.
This is where the problem starts. When a customer goes to listen, the cables have been running for many hours.
The audio system may have only been running for three months or even a year, so every part of the system is complex. The CD player, the amplifier, the Loudspeaker and the Interconnects and Loudspeaker cables and this is normal.
We improve with age, as the saying goes, but I will tell you, that time, is also the requirement for an audiophile cable to improve. When an audiophile cable is first plugged in, either to the wall or a component, then it needs to be used for at least twelve hours, and this will allow the cable to become accustomed to having signals passed through it and will begin to sound better.
I have found from many years of listening to cables, there is another change after about twenty-four hours, and you can the changes much better. Seven to ten days later is the next period when you will expect to hear even more changes in the audio system sound.
After about two weeks the cables will be nearly as good as you can expect, but they do improve with age just like we do. If you listen to an audio cable a year old and an audio cable a month old then yes, you can hear the difference. Depending on the type of cable and the manufacture of the cable, then a considerable difference can be heard.
When performing Cable burn in it is import that you understand when a cable’s first put into use, its directionality not established. The small impurities in the cable’s metal begin to act like a diode, favouring current flow in a particular direction. As the current continues to flow the signals passing through the metals are improved, and the result is a better sounding cable.
When we supply our cables we have already given the cables a three-day burn-in treatment and an antistatic treatment, so the cables are ready for you to enjoy. It is also import to remember that if ever you remove your cables to clean contacts etc. they must be returned the same way as when they were released. Most cables have a direction arrow on the outer covering, but if not, then you need to mark the cables yourself.
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