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    Break in period?

    What is the break in period? I have a set of Diamond Audio S600s components. Im powering them with a Crossfire VR804. What frequency should I set the amp to? I installed them yesterday and I accidently left the amp on full, turn the volume up and I could hear the midwoofer making a bunch of noise. Do you think I did any damage to them?



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    according to josh...break in period is not needed...specially for comps...break in is more for subs than anything else




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    if it was a temporary sound, distortion, if it happens all the time, you blew the speakers, better hope you have a warranty for stuff like that...always make sure everything is OK before you play them . And I am not going to use a "break-in period." I'm just going to play them decently for a week, after that I'll gradully turn them up higher...

    - pe@ce and good luck w/ the comps. What kind are they?



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    look it up under search



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