Hey everyone, I am looking for some new speakers. I am not an audiophile or anything like that and my ears aren't that attuned to great sound, but I am looking for some decent speakers that will last me for a while.
I'm not really looking to build a set, I'm currently in school right now and I'd like something that isn't as crappy as my creative inspire 2.1 set. I'm really looking for the best quality product that has some longevity.
Out of those, the M-audio will be the clearest, but the Klipsch will have noticeably deeper bass. I'd say the Klipsch is a good balance, while the M-Audio wins for pure sound quality (at the expense of some bass capability).
The fastest way to break-in the speakers is to leave them on at moderately high levels when the house is empty. This might not be recommended for owners with tube amps but for conventional solid state gear, there are not likely to be heat or instability issues which will harm the amps or the speakers
You hear differently from day to day depending on atmospheric changes and the condition of your sinuses. As you become accustomed to the speakers and the system, you stop listening to them and listen through to the music.
When the time comes that you only hear music when you turn the system on, the speakers are broken in, your electronics are broken in and your ears have determined that they really do like what they are hearing.
the last sentence is improtant.
your brain can tell u subconsciously, wether its burnin ed or not. usually, by listening fatigue.