help improving sound on my cyrus system

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jubair

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i'll have to consider it if there is no improvement after another few weeks. but still some people seem to think that MA/cyrus combination can work so i don't want to give up without giving the rs6 a proper chance. as i've said previously the sound isn't terrible just not lived upto expectaions so far (",)
 
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first give the speakers at least 72 hours to run in same as the components. where did you get the system from? if you don't mind me asking. metal dome speakers will all ways sound a little bright so really avoid silver plated cable. as for cable try DNM the reson thay make speaker cable for Cyrus and is a solid core copper type about £3/m. guessing you don't really want to get new speakers but if your dealer has a 14 day try at home thing take advantage of it. if not you may be charged up to 15% in handling fees most dealers are starting to do this to cut down on open box stock that thay cant sell.
 

jubair

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thanks joel. yes sheepboy i think i need to give them more time before making any big decisions. a lot of people seem to suggest copper speaker cables can make a difference. i'll let you know how i get on.
 

jubair

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i'm delighted to report, my cyrus system is starting to sound a lot better after 40-50 hrs running in now. i've not had any problems with cyrus cd6se so far, was a bit worried with it being so new on the market that it may still have a few bugs. i think the rs6 are starting to reach their full potential, almost every cd is sounding great. hopefully the improvements will continue, i've heard they can take 80-100 hours running in time.

i think i'll stick with my system (cyrus cd6se, 8vs2, MA rs6) for a few years now. want get on with enjoying my music rather than constantly tweaking my system. i'm new to the world of hifi (this is my first real seperates system), and interesting as it is, i'm more interested in the music. thanks for all the advice everyone. (",)
 
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jubair:
i'm delighted to report, my cyrus system is starting to sound a lot better after 40-50 hrs running in now. i've not had any problems with cyrus cd6se so far, was a bit worried with it being so new on the market that it may still have a few bugs. i think the rs6 are starting to reach their full potential, almost every cd is sounding great. hopefully the improvements will continue, i've heard they can take 80-100 hours running in time.

i think i'll stick with my system (cyrus cd6se, 8vs2, MA rs6) for a few years now. want get on with enjoying my music rather than constantly tweaking my system. i'm new to the world of hifi (this is my first real seperates system), and interesting as it is, i'm more interested in the music. thanks for all the advice everyone. (",)

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Glad to hear it mate. Enjoy.ÿ
 

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