Almost any kind of fairly full-range music played at moderate volume will work fine. The objective is to "exercise" each of the drivers in the speaker, so music like orchestral, big band, etc., works fine.
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Just play the stuff you love!
Listen to them go through the process. Sure you could put a cdp on repeat playing some burn in track from a Stereophile or Chesky evaluation compilation.You could play "Pink Floyd","Pink",pink noise,pipe organ classics,or "Cosmic Hippo",but really just play what you love.
200 hours is about 8 days straight.Out of a 24 hour day average person has maybe 4hrs max to expend for fun. Time has no refund.
You still here!Goooo!Play those new speakers!#:^)
XXX (Triple X)soundtrack.
Whenever I get a new set of speakers I run the first disk of the XXX (Triple X) movie soundtrack -- Vin Diesle -- on repeat for as long and loud as I can. Alot of electronic insruments, very deep bass and intense drumming and cymbals throughout. Kicks the heck out of whatever speaker I am breaking in and works fast.