I recently bought acoustic panels from GIK and want to know how long is the break-in process. I’ve been playing music non-stop for 56 hours, when can I expect a change?
I’ve heard that digital is all ones and zeroes. Is it possible to use two sets of wires – one to send zeroes and the other for ones? Given their shape, I suspect the 1s tend to get stuck where the wire bends. Why can’t we use wires especially designed for 1s? On a side note, can I inject some bleach in my speaker wires to clean up the upper frequencies? Also, do we ‘really’ need a wire to send zeroes?
I’ve heard a phrase that has the words ‘money’ and ‘mouth’ in it. Can anyone help with the complete phrase? Oh, and something totally unrelated ... when will millercarbon pick up the phone and call Dave at Raven to place his order of the Blackhawk?
My neighbor recently bought a new audio system. Last time we talked, he told me his amp was a giant killer, and his jaw dropped when he first heard it. I haven’t seen him for 2 weeks. Given that he is 6’7”, should I inform the police?
Speaking of jaws, is anyone aware of an insurance plan that covers dropped jaws? I’ve been searching for such an experience but want to make sure it’s covered by my insurance.
*These are genuine questions, so please don’t insult my intelligence by asking for measurements.
**Feel free to share your thoughts about things that you’ve always wondered about but are too afraid to ask.
@arafiq It's actually all about the humidity in the room. The stuffing inside the panels acts as an enormous sponge. Once they level off and thereafter you keep the humidity constant, at precisely 53.6%, all will be well.
Only a panel of experts (or is it a panoply of experts) can break in acoustic panels from GIK. They do this by a pants splitting dance called the break dance. This is not to be confused with break dancing. (That’s a participial) Tin foil on the ceiling will speed up break in to six seconds and remedy every thing else with your beloved stereo, relationships and inconsiderate cat.
@ebm I'm sorry but that is an alternative fact. Right now I'm experimenting with putting schumann resonators behind the panels, and I can literally see the panels breaking in. In the past, my son used to step on my audio equipment providing further proof that breakin is not something imaginary.
@arafiq Will do. I've read that Bach was referred to as "Lil JS" in his day. Georg Philipp Telemann reportedly said, "No diggity, Lil JS, your Brandenburgs are so phat I was getting jiggy and flossy on the down low with my bitchin' skinz."