best way to break in phono cable

Movin' up the analog food chain, I've purchased a new silver-based phono cable for my new rig. I suspect that the 0.5mV that I'll be pumping through it (at the MOST) will require a millenia or so to fully break it in. I would think that adapters could be found to use the cable for a time in a line-level application. Any ideas? Thanks!
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Stephen, I put that Granite CD on my Rockport table and it kept skipping :-) Best think to do it make up an adapter for the cartridge clips and run a tuner or CD player through it for thirty days into a nice 5K load at the other end.......Funny how quickly a person can learn to put the clips back on the cartridge and the RCAs into the phono preamp.....It has been ten years since I broke in my arm wires now and probably would not have the patience for it any longer......Some manufacturers, myself included, do break in phono wires before sending them out and the thirty days on the MOBIE is time well spent.....Unfortunately, this doesn't do a thing for the internal tonearm wire.....

Bob Crump
TG Audio/CTC Builders/DDR Mfg
get a Mobie cable breakin device from Chicago's Music Direct. Fabricate clip lead adapters for the cartridge end & use Mobie's standard connector terminations at the load end.
D'oH! I didn't think about the internal arm wiring - good point! I'm kind of clueless on the "adapter for the cartridge clips" issue - can someone give me instructions here? I think I have some spare RCAs and a length of Kimber PBJ-type cable in a box somewhere. I can solder without inflicting too much self-injury. I suppose it would just mean getting the right leads soldered to small posts identical in diameter to those on the cartridge, and hooking up a line-level source in the proper orientation - please correct me if I'm wrong. Thanks for the input thus far!
That will work Musicdoc....Get yourself some RCA females at Radio Shack or whatever is convenient and solder a 5K resistor across the terminals to act as a load as well and you've got it!