How Long to Break-In Virgos?


I just got a new pair of Virgos. how long does it take to break them in?
Thx.
bigboy
How long you got?
when they start to sound really really good to you...that's how long
I own a pair, purchased new. Takes 2 weeks solid playing...they really open up and a much more effortless presentation. You'll notice it...

crank up the volume and shut the doors for awhile...
Bigboy, I also want to know about the Virgos. I am interested in trying them but no-one has them near here. Elad and Audiogod are clueless as the rest of us it seems.....but maybe someone who actually has a pair will chime in. Let us know how you like them and what gear you are using!
Wow, I love that edit function. Someone chimed in while I was writing and we have our first answer now.....Thanks Jfrech.
This is my second pair. The first pair of Virgos are great, after I sold it I missed it so much I got this brand new pair. I notice the new pair doesn't sound as good and that is why I posted this question.
I am using Sony SCD777 and Classe CAP150 int..
Snook,Virgos have big 3D soundstage and very good image,almost as transparent as the Maggie 1.6 i had. The bass goes down to 30hz not the deepest but good enough for my small apt. living room. Positioning is weird, I need to put them in the middle of the room and very closed to my listening position about 5 ft. So everytime I am gonna listen I drag them out to the spot I marked, and push them back when I am done.
Two questions- What sounds different? Did you have the same source?
I have Virgo's "on the way".
Newer models take longer than older ones. So, IMO, 100-150 hrs; you should obtain a sense of space that is followed by mid & lower bass definition and extension (ref: Big's "3D stageing"). Jfrech, I propose pink noise at low volume rather than cranking up... give those drivers a smooth start in life :-)

Bigboy, pls give an idea of yr speaker positioning/room: 30Hz out of Virgos is superb! I never got beyond 50 -- you must be doing something (many things) right with room coupling.

Cheers!