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So I've been running my klipsch forte 3s in for a couple of months now, and to be fair I've been disappointed as it sounded very thin and uptight, but kept waiting.

Anyway today my dog sat on the remote control and massively increased the volume up to high distortion levels (which is loud!!!)

Anyway panic music pause and reduce the volume, check everything is ok and go back to playing music, and it's massively improved. 

Sounds much like I was expecting from expensive (to me) horn speakers

Am I imagining it, or has it actually done something positive to my speakers?

Either way, I'm happy if it stays like this!

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Give the dog a bone, accept the improvement, probably the cheapest you will ever have.

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Well I'm happy, maybe he does deserve something 😁

I'm not a snake oil believer, but something good has happened!

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Cleaned your ears out?

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1 minute ago, dave said:

Cleaned your ears out?

I have a dog to do that for me too 😁

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15 minutes ago, Leem said:

I'm not a snake oil believer, but something good has happened!

Yet you’re running your speakers in? :-p 

Anyway, glad they sound allright now, enjoy!

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....maybe you can loan out your dog as an upgrade :rofl:

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2 minutes ago, MF 1000 said:

....maybe you can loan out your dog as an upgrade :rofl:

Or hire him out at yea-much per hour!

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Accelerated burn in facilitator.

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Do they sound ruff...?:D

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1 hour ago, Ceko said:

Yet you’re running your speakers in? :-p 

Anyway, glad they sound allright now, enjoy!

Not really, just living in hope they'd improve.

They've definitely massively changed for the better.

And we can stop the puns now, my dog is currently sat listening to my second system, although he generally sleeps through the good stuff.

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No wonder as the speakers are hiding behind the settee.  Put them on at 120db and that will wake the doggie up.....:D

Seriously some speakers use inflexible materials in the drive units and they require loosening up and that needs volume. Now you have achieved that you need to make sure that they are fully loosened up....(you know where I am going)......they need even more volume to make sure everything is fully loosened. So run them louder than normal and play some BIG sounding music.  This is all in the interests of science, of course, as no enjoyment will be had from Forte 3s playing loudly. B|

Funny olde world eh???

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Cant believe you've had all these replies so far and no-ones mentioned Woofers.

There ya go.

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2 minutes ago, ozzric said:

Cant believe you've had all these replies so far and no-ones mentioned Woofers.

There ya go.

Good job I haven't got a budgie either

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