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Burn in questions

post #1 of 26
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After I receive my Shure SCL4s, will it be necessary to burn them in right away overnight, or will it start to sound better anyway just by using them often?
post #2 of 26
Oh my god, read the 1000 threads on burn in...
post #3 of 26
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Why don't you just answer my question.
post #4 of 26
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Originally Posted by hurryup View Post
Why don't you just answer my question.
Why don't you just look/lurk around instead of posting a thousand threads about your new IEMs that you're waiting for?
post #5 of 26
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Originally Posted by squid+ View Post
Why don't you just look/lurk around instead of posting a thousand threads about your new IEMs that you're waiting for?
Why don't you change your tone and watch your mouth?
post #6 of 26
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Originally Posted by FlyPenFly View Post
Oh my god, read the 1000 threads on burn in...
everybody also start to learn from zero, if u know it just reply nicely...


i myself also don't know about it weeks ago, and study from varies website to get folowings info


Dynamic Drivers & Balanced Armature Drivers - Headphones - abi>>forums

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check your headphone spec to know details, Dynamic Drivers but burning & Balanced Armature Drivers not need, i guess(not sure) your one is Balanced armature which no need to burn.

my new arrived Sennheiser IE8 just start to burn less then 1 hour. my old Sony EX90 after about 100 hours(plus/minus), the sound petty nice especially the deep bass very sweet...
post #7 of 26
simple answer would be no, the scl4 dont require burn in.

why are you guys being so harsh to the guy? i dont get it, hes just excited about getting some new quality earphones and everybody to know, nout wrong with that lol.

however i do think ''hurryup'' will be dissapointed he didnt get the next model up when he receives them, he seems the kind to not realise quality music when he hears it. something tells me he will hate the lack of bass.
post #8 of 26
Some are giving this person a hard time due to his impatient nature and spamming the forum by creating a new thread (12 in 4 days) every time he wants to ask a simple question. This could have been asked in one of the following threads he created in the past four days:

"When are my Shure SL4Cs gonna arrive?"
"Shure E4C vs Ultimate Ears Triple Fi. 10"
"Shure E4C vs Nuforce 8"
"Nuforce 8 vs Altec Lansing im716 amped, ATH-CK7, Shure SLC4 (E4C)"
"Shure SCL3 noise isolating in-ear headphones (White) $59, SCL4 (White) $79"
"Shure E3C/SCL3 and E4C/SLC4 vs. Sony earphones"

If you see his history, he is also known for bumping his own threads so often. Just look at this thread:

http://www.head-fi.org/forums/f103/n...pl-30s-378855/

Some of us are just trying to knock some internet forum etiquette sense into him. In some other forums he would have received a permanent ban already.

And no, balanced armature drivers do not require burn-in.
post #9 of 26
ahhh i see lol
post #10 of 26
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Originally Posted by jinx20001 View Post
simple answer would be no, the scl4 dont require burn in.

why are you guys being so harsh to the guy? i dont get it, hes just excited about getting some new quality earphones and everybody to know, nout wrong with that lol.

however i do think ''hurryup'' will be dissapointed he didnt get the next model up when he receives them, he seems the kind to not realise quality music when he hears it. something tells me he will hate the lack of bass.
Thanks for defending me against these lowlifes. lol. When you say the next model up, do you mean the E5C? Because for under $100, the E4C/SCL4 is the best - a sweet deal on music123.
post #11 of 26
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Originally Posted by musictang View Post
everybody also start to learn from zero, if u know it just reply nicely...


i myself also don't know about it weeks ago, and study from varies website to get folowings info


Dynamic Drivers & Balanced Armature Drivers - Headphones - abi>>forums

more details:
Headphones - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

check your headphone spec to know details, Dynamic Drivers but burning & Balanced Armature Drivers not need, i guess(not sure) your one is Balanced armature which no need to burn.

my new arrived Sennheiser IE8 just start to burn less then 1 hour. my old Sony EX90 after about 100 hours(plus/minus), the sound petty nice especially the deep bass very sweet...
lol thanks for giving these hypocrites some sense. I also have sony earphones, I think they sound a lot better now then when they first arrived. But are they supposed to wear them over the ear?
post #12 of 26
How do you know your not just getting used to the sound?
It may take time for you to get acquainted to different can, old or new, burned or broke in.
They will change again with dap's or amps.
post #13 of 26
Oh my, oh my!
Just some 3-4 posts down and the tone get nasty...

I suggest you hook them, play some of your favorite music, and enjoy.
They may benefit from burn-in. But that can be done while enjoying them.
post #14 of 26
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Originally Posted by krmathis View Post
Oh my, oh my!
Just some 3-4 posts down and the tone get nasty...

I suggest you hook them, play some of your favorite music, and enjoy.
They may benefit from burn-in. But that can be done while enjoying them.
on a different note...^^^^ isnt this guy a legend everybody 20,000+ posts!!

thats dedication.
post #15 of 26
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Originally Posted by hurryup View Post
lol thanks for giving these hypocrites some sense. I also have sony earphones, I think they sound a lot better now then when they first arrived. But are they supposed to wear them over the ear?
Sony earphones is not over the ear as i know. W3,shure530,IE8 are over the ear to gain better fit and isolation.

my Sony Ex90 still getting better and better sound after months using.
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