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post #1 of 35
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I know many of you are playing music for burning-in your headphone or amplifier.
This zip file has some wave files that I used to burn-in my IEMs and amp.
It included white noise, pink noise, and some frequency sweeps.

Download: http://www.sendspace.com/file/4xhsd5
post #2 of 35
what information led you to making this table for suggested burn-in time?
post #3 of 35
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Originally Posted by HellaChinese View Post
what information led you to making this table for suggested burn-in time?
Most of them are my experience, and I got the others from my friends.
That's why I do not have many items on the table.
post #4 of 35
How do you know when to stop the burn-in process?
How do you know if there is any effect of doing so?
post #5 of 35
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Originally Posted by AnXioZ View Post
How do you know when to stop the burn-in process?
How do you know if there is any effect of doing so?
I tested the result after about 40 hours of the burn-in process and see if there is any differents.
I keep doing this process until there is no changes after 40hours.
Try this for your earphones. Even if you are not an audiophile, you will notice the different, but not a big different tho.
You may use this files to burn-in your headphones or w/e without following the table. It is just some experience of myself and others.

-wynn
post #6 of 35
ok, im burning in my shure se530 with your playlist.
they just arrived today, hope it wont destroy them heeheh
post #7 of 35
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ok, im burning in my shure se530 with your playlist.
they just arrived today, hope it wont destroy them heeheh
It won't, but make sure the volume is not too loud, or else, it will. =)
post #8 of 35
Dude, I totally burn in files too, straight after the USB data cables to my players. Takes about 90hrs before the FLACs really open up though.
post #9 of 35
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Dude, I totally burn in files too, straight after the USB data cables to my players. Takes about 90hrs before the FLACs really open up though.
Lucky you, I burned in too long and accidentally all my flacs!!
post #10 of 35
You mean the whole thing??? OH NOSE

Please explain to me how you figure an armature IEM can require nearly a month to burn in.
post #11 of 35
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Originally Posted by TacticalPenguin View Post
You mean the whole thing??? OH NOSE

Please explain to me how you figure an armature IEM can require nearly a month to burn in.
I tested the result after about 40 hours of the burn-in process and see if there is any differents.
I keep doing this process until there is no changes after 40hours.
post #12 of 35
well i left the volume to the 75%, is that too much?
damn my player is at home playing your playlist no stop eheh
post #13 of 35
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well i left the volume to the 75%, is that too much?
damn my player is at home playing your playlist no stop eheh
30-50% is fine, because too loud will destroy your driver
post #14 of 35
lol nice to know -_-
did i damage my driver after 10 hours at 70%?
post #15 of 35
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Originally Posted by energie View Post
lol nice to know -_-
did i damage my driver after 10 hours at 70%?
Well, depends.
Can you enjoy your music at volume 70%?
If you can, then your driver won't be destroyed.
Just to let you know that you do not have to burn-in your earphone with very loud volume. Use the volume that you used to enjoy your music. =)

-wynn
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