Burn your power cables in PROPERLY with Haglabs Frycorder

I have thousands of hours on my Nordost Heimdall2 power cables. And I put in new Gigawatt inwall wiring over 12 months ago, so hundreds if not thousands on that.

I now know I (and probably most audiophiles here) never had my power cables or power lines burned in, not even close. Because this cheap $300 product by Hagerman Audio Labs, the Frycroder2, has blown me away with only 18 hours on it so far.

A little box you just plug into the end of each power cable. It creates a series of oscillating waveforms, supposedly it burns in the power line all the way back to the first utility transformer.

Who knows if that's true, but already there is a large reduction in hash and grain, more black background e.t.c all the usual subtle things you get with burn in, but seemingly amplified 10x than normal.

I'm going to give each power cable at least 48hrs, so will take a 2 weeks to do and get a full picture after that, but already at this early stage I am a convert and Jim Hagerman is a genius.



Interesting.  I have always been skeptical of such devices.  But when it comes from someone that makes (from what I have read) some fine high value gear, I pause and wonder.  He also makes a similar unit for IC's, amps, etc.  Unlike units that show up from China with who know what inside, this guy goes so far to package his circuit board for all to see in a clear box!  You have to like that kind of transparency.....oops.

Would be good to hear from anyone else that has tried either of these units.

Just buy an adapter for your EIC end that turns it into an extension cord for about $7. Plug it into you refrigerator or DVR and in a day or two you are done. These two things use more electricity than most things in your house. If you have a tower computer you can use your new power cable in it for a little while. Leave the computer on while burning it in. I understand that burn in devices can alter the signal or pulse it. In the end you want to cook your cable. The things mentioned above will do a similar thing. 
I do like the idea of burning in your interconnects and speaker cables. The current running through them is usually not enough at one time to cook them. 

Go to a concert on a Saturday with that money instead of rubbing your earlobes with some snake oil.