Zingali Zero Burn in time?

Andybrown163

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Hi all

just purchased a new set of Zingali Zero's as part of a 5.1 set-up. Very nice speakers indeed! Very surprised at the bass depth from the Sei's.

I have read that the Zingal's do need quite an extended burn-in. Has anybody any experience?

Andy

 

ridley

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I would say as with most speakers they will benefit from some running in time, the drivers will loosen up, usually resulting in a more open sound.

Simon.

 

Andybrown163

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Hi Simon

Thanks for your interest. These are the only speakers I have ever purchased new so have no experience in speaker burn-in. The top end/midrange seems a little overwhelmed by the bass at times. I have an SPA23 which does not have any bass treble correction. I am not sure if this is expected with the Zingali and will settle. I have heard various Zingalis in various systems and have always found them to be a very nice speaker.

 

dino

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Hello all.

I have a pair of Zingalis speakers which I purchased new appox 7 years ago. I did not notice any change in sound over the years. There has been changes in sound due to the different equipment attached to them over time but I really dont think they bedded in or anything like that. I think thats just something dealers have made up. Its like saying you might be a little disappointed at first, but it will get much better. I dont think thats true at all.

Mery Christmas and happy new year to you all.

 
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CarlBkk

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Gotta agree with Dino. First impressions are usually correct. When "burn in time" is advised the psychology that you will adapt to get used to them (like them) kicks in.

 

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