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post #5026 of 7479
My burn in method made a huge difference to all my gr07s biggrin.gif
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I would love to hear the difference using this method but I won't risk it with mine nor will I buy another, did you confirm this is the right method for burn in from vsonic?

post #5028 of 7479
Finding the correct nozzle angle for your ear shape plays a much bigger role than any amount of run in. Take some time and experiment with all nozzle rotation angles.
post #5029 of 7479

Mine needed breakin but I didn't find it to be excessive. Not much change after 100 hours, maybe less. GR10s need more, or instance.

post #5030 of 7479
I'd rather not destroy my earphones with max volumes pounding on them, thanks
post #5031 of 7479
The diaphrams are stiff like titanium diaphrams so that mean that they need music that can work the diaphram out such as bass heavy genre. I did them on full volume because I know that they are very stiff such as my carbon nanotube headphones and iem so I put them on full volume because I know they would not be destroyed. Trust me guys and gals these gr07 can take the beating. The diaphram consist of 106 layers of biocellulose . And for the sound they do tell you on the website that they need at least 300hr of burn-in to full mature, but my guess is they will still keep on maturing with more time smily_headphones1.gif. I use the same method on all my iems and headphones and the method never seems to fail. I also use the method on my gr07 bass edition, gr07 mki too smily_headphones1.gif
post #5032 of 7479
Quite satisfied with this iem, but is it weird if I say that this iem got too much bass? Well, at least for my taste
I've been listening to a lot of metal lately, and the bass just make it not quite enjoyable.

Any thought any logical upgrade from gr07? I want less bass and more zing. And yes, I've never heard any annoying sibilant from my gr07, looks like I'm not sensitive to sibilant.
post #5033 of 7479
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Originally Posted by jakarujakpala View Post

Quite satisfied with this iem, but is it weird if I say that this iem got too much bass? Well, at least for my taste
I've been listening to a lot of metal lately, and the bass just make it not quite enjoyable.

Any thought any logical upgrade from gr07? I want less bass and more zing. And yes, I've never heard any annoying sibilant from my gr07, looks like I'm not sensitive to sibilant.

 

Have you tried different tips? I find that the bass quantity and quality changes quite a bit depending on the tips used.

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Which tips significantly reduces treble? I use ones that is most comfy for me right now
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Which tips significantly reduces treble? I use ones that is most comfy for me right now

 

Probably the foam tips. Probably mh1c tips. But I bet this has been discussed in the thread already, so it might be worth searching through it.

post #5036 of 7479
I don't like the medium sized, I find them far too big, I guess I can invest in smaller ones
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Originally Posted by waynes world View Post

Probably the foam tips. Probably mh1c tips. But I bet this has been discussed in the thread already, so it might be worth searching through it.
post #5037 of 7479
The smaller the opening of the tip, the more it will restrict treble (if you are trying to tame it). Also play with nozzle angle. I had sharp treble, due to canal resonance, until I dialed in the right nozzle angle.
post #5038 of 7479
Sony hybrids will reduce treble, the updrade for mkii is the gr07 bass edition.
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My burn in method made a huge difference to all my gr07s biggrin.gif
You really did max volume?
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You really did max volume?

 

Imo, it depends on the player. I burn in using an older mp3 player at max volume, and yes it's loud, but not driver destroying loud. I probably wouldn't use max volume on my clip zip though.

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