Burn in cd or cable cooker


I have the Purist burn in Cd- if I use that is it the same as using a cable cooker to burn in the wires- thks
fluffers
It’s not the same. The amount of voltage from your CDP, preamp, amp is much lower than a cable cooker.
A cable cooker can generate a continuous high-current thru the cables.

Some good info...
http://www.enjoythemusic.com/magazine/equipment/0404/audioharma.htm

I think using the Purist CD may be worthwhile due to the wide range of frequencies it will generate. But many music CDs are also good for burn-in when you let them play on a continuous loop.
+1 lowrider57

Cable cooker will be different.
Thks - Is the Audio dharma worth twice the price as the Hagerman??
I’m a fan of the XLO Test CD burn in track, a fifteen minute affair that you put on REPEAT and let play for as long as you can stand it. Two weeks is quite admirable.

fluffers:

The AudioDharma is simply the best cable conditioner currently available.
I think it is very much worth the price. The conditioning Cd's are useful but in no way should they be considered more than a supperficial tune up.

To really maximize a system I use the AudioDharma 3 x a year, the Hagerman FryCorder 3-6 x a year,  and a Cd treatment disc daily.

The Frycorder treats the wires in the house's A/C circuit back to the transformer.

The AudioDharma is the most powerful unit available and can also treat the ground wire. No other unit does this.

The treatment CD is a quick dusting of the system (mine is the Isoteck CD).

The above approach is the most comprehensive one I am aware of.

David Pritchard
David-
which of the (3) IsoTek disc do you own?
+1 David

jafant:
Isotek Full System Enhancement. CD1.

David Pritchard

You shouldn’t be anywhere in the same room when any "burn in" tracks are being played, as your hearing will be "notched out" for quite a while after at those "burn in" frequencies. If you are, then the results will be "wow there is a difference" when you replay some music.


Cheers George

Georgelofi wrote,

"You shouldn’t be anywhere in the same room when any "burn in" tracks are being played, as your hearing will be "notched out" for quite a while after at those "burn in" frequencies. If you are, then the results will be "wow there is a difference" when you replay some music."

Chaulk one up for the headphone dudes! 

Tis far better to be burned in than burned out.
georgelofi But, why listen at all? Do you need your amp on to burn in a phono stage?

you put on REPEAT and let play for as long as you can stand it.


Just answering this statement duddley, in case the gullible believe it, like directional fuses.


Cheers George

TY-David.