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FryBaby2 - Compact Burn-In Generator

$ 219.00

The FryBaby2 is a compact cable and audio electronics burn-in generator. It has three output amplitudes; two low level inverse-equalized for MC and MM phonostages, and a line level for amplifiers or directly burning-in cables. An RCA loopback adapter and binding post adapters (for speaker cables) are supplied. The FryBaby is a very flexible and low cost solution for all your audio break-in needs.


  • 1Vrms output amplitude
  • 100 ohm output impedance
  • 10Hz to 1MHz signal bandwidth
  • 2Hz to 200Hz modulation sweep range
  • 5 x 3 x 1 inches
  • 120V to 240V operation
  • Includes power supply
  • Free shipping!




  • "I have been having good success with the Frybaby2 so far. It made a huge difference on a 2 month old Pangea phono cable. I broke it in for 75 hours playing music off my DAC before installed it with a moving coil cart. Cooking for 3 days opened the sound up significantly. I have since cooked all my other cables, most of them 3 to 6 years old. The results were subtle but significant. Seems more dynamic with a bigger sound stage."
  • "This is great! Such more dynamics and depth in the speaker cables."
  • "I find it odd to say but the Frybaby2 works and it kicks ass. I've had a phono pre for 6 years using it intermittently. In just 5 hours with the Frybaby2, it opened up the bottom end and the bass is glorious. Now to finish this record and burn it in overnight. Next will be everything else. Thanks for designing this."
  • "So far I've burned in two pairs of interconnects. There is quite a difference in the sound: improved clarity, more air, bigger soundstage, more robust bass, and improved dynamics. Overall everything is clearer and has more impact. This is a very effective device."
  • "I really depend on these, as my recording duties constantly require me to 'break-in' new microphone cables of varying lengths - generally 10 to 20 feet! in length, quite a difference from the usual 'audiophile' 1 meter standard RCA interconnects! The long lengths really seem to effect the sound - starting as quite 'muffled' and 'closed-in,' but gradually changing (over the period of about one month!) to a very 'open' and 'dynamic' sound, which is what I am looking for. I don't think that most of the 'studio' recording people are aware of this effect. Their attitude is more generally 'wire-is-wire' with little appreciation (that an audiophile would have) of how the passive components can radically effect the sound."
  • "I borrowed my friend's Fry Baby recently to burn in my Grover Huffman cables. These ICs had thousands of hours on them and sounded very good, so I was not expecting the excellent results I heard. Initially I did the phono cables and then the ones from the phonostage to the linestage and then the pair from the linestage to the amp. With just the phono cables burnt in, I noticed a bit more detail, but nothing major. After the 2nd set of cables I was hearing much more detail and a big improvement in everything! Of course by the time the 3rd set was burnt in that really made a difference. What I heard was way better extension at both ends and bloom and decay to die for. My soundstage grew in width height and depth. Overall I'm very impressed as I hadn't expected such an improvement. What a fantastic item you've made with the Fry Baby!"