Blue Horizon
Cable Burn-in unit Pro-Burn

Cable burnin, an acknowledged problem in need of a better solution
It is a wellknown fact that highquality audio and video cables improve over time when used in a hifi or home cinema system A hard closedin sound with a distinct lack of bass are th.....

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Cable burnin, an acknowledged problem in need of a better solution

It is a wellknown fact that highquality audio and video cables improve over time when used in a hifi or home cinema system A hard closedin sound with a distinct lack of bass are the qualities most noted when a cable is new a cable that has been burnedin will sound more open extended and threedimensional with a more natural less sterile performance overall

Unfortunately most highquality specialist cables only get close to realising their full potential after months of use Playing widebandwidth music gradually improves the performance of speaker and interconnect cables yet technically they will never reach optimum performance with music signals alone

The problem is quite simple Real music has very little highfrequency energy and thus will have a limited ability to improve a cable Research shows that musical instruments may produce energy above 20kHz but there is little sound energy above 40kHz Also most microphones do not pick up sound at much over 20kHz
Furthermore even the best burnin CDs have a limited effect owing to the limited frequency range of a CD player A typical CD player has a sampling rate of 441kHz Red Book standard Digital theory Nyquist suggests a maximum frequency of 2205kHz the highest frequency is always half the sampling frequency In reality 20kHz is about the maximum because of the need to filter within the replay device
Therefore while it is accepted that sound be it composed music or carefully generated frequencies played through an audio system will improve a cables performance over time it must also be accepted that the overall effect is limited technically Cables conditioned in this way will never reach their true performance potential Thus an alternative method is required
The challenge is twofold burn in time and burn in effectiveness How can a cable be fully conditioned and the time required to undertake this conditioning decreased from several months to just one day


A BIT OF HISTORY

Very soon after the invention of radio cable manufacturers found that the material touching the conductor had an effect on the performance of the cable At the time there was much speculation as to why this should be the case as the reasons were unknown However the work of Nickola Tesla in the latter part of the 19th century provided the answer Tesla was the first to discover and scientifically investigate the phenomenon of passing very high voltages and frequencies around 2000Hz through a human with no ill effects He named this the skin effect ie the signal passed over the skin not through the person
Cable or wire reacts in a similar way high frequencies pass along the surface and avoid the inner parts of the wire Therefore in a highperformance cable both the purity of the conductor and the quality of the wrapping/dielectric are important for optimum performance However the manufacturing process creates tension stress and static charges between the conductor and dielectric and the resulting deleterious effects remain permanent unless properly dealt with
Therefore while it is accepted that sound be it composed music or carefully generated frequencies played through an audio system will improve a cables performance over time it must also be accepted that the overall effect is limited technically Cables conditioned in this way will never reach their true performance potential Thus an alternative method is required
The challenge is twofold burn in time and burn in effectiveness How can a cable be fully conditioned and the time required to undertake this conditioning decreased from several months to just one day


CABLE CONDITIONING

It is critical to not only concentrate on the conductor but also the dielectric Ideally cable burnin needs to force electrons into all areas of the cable this is something that simply playing music through an audio system can never achieve
The Proburn cable burnin accelerator from Blue Horizon not only dramatically reduces the burnin time of all cables but also fully prepares them like no music ever can Proburn does more than simply synthesise music using speciallydeveloped technology the unit generates a sequence of unique ultralow frequencies to penetrate the core of the conductor and ultrahigh frequencies that penetrate both the conductor and the dielectric
Using conventional methods its extremely difficult to condition the dielectric of a cable yet this is exactly where effort should be focused Using carefully controlled energy levels and frequencies electrons are forced and attempt to enter the dielectric Imagine a highfrequency highenergy force zipping along the conductor surface in a corkscrew fashion between the conductor and into the dielectric the malingering electrons and negative charges are then forced to join the procession


Through this technique of ultralow and ultrahigh frequencies in a musical synthesis the cable is fully prepared and burned in within 24 to 48 hours This guarantees total penetration of the core of the cable and also that the interface between the outer conductor surface and dielectric is fully and properly conditioned
This patentpending technique fully prepares cables for audio or video use in a way that no amount of music ever can To put this into context Proburn produces 10000 times the upper frequency limit of a typical CD player which not only dramatically reduces the burnin time for new cables but also fully prepares and conditions your existing cables Proburn will also keep your cables performing to their full potential condition them for 24 hours every six to eight weeks and your cables will remain free from negative charges and static problems

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