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Does anybody know if you can burn in cables without connecting them to the headphones?

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Originally Posted by lin0003 View Post

Does anybody know if you can burn in cables without connecting them to the headphones?

I can burn in cables for customers at no extra cost, i have a couple of cable cookers here that i purchased specially for this.

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post #2898 of 7166

So mine will be burned in already when it arrives?

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So mine will be burned in already when it arrives?

Mine is already packaged so when it arrives, can I burn them in without connecting them to IEMs?

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Burn in is only done on request, it takes extra time to do the burn in, and there is only so many cables i can do, with just 2 machines.

 

The cable cannot be burned in the way you are thinking.

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post #2901 of 7166

Right. Then I'll just burn them in after I get my miracles then. 
Thanks.

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That's another great suggestion, thanks! 

Yes the copper venom is His top of the line cable..its a retangular cable..pm him for the price..u will be surprised how affordable it is compared to the outrageous prices other manufscturers bill u for the same wire!biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by lin0003 View Post

Does anybody know if you can burn in cables without connecting them to the headphones?

I dont really uderstand this question...burning in is very easy...connect ur headphones to ur dap (or any other source ofcourse) .put the dap on charging..play it on half volume and put it in a drawer or something or cellar or whatever enclosure/room u can find so it wont bother u and let it play non stop for 100 hours.

 

ps...its smart to put very different kind of music on ur dap/sd card..so the cable gets broken in well..

Imho ofcourse!

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lin ill be happy to burn them for you till your miracles come , lol and give a detailed review on they sound with the 8.A .. hahahaha biggrin.gif

 

 

the wait for the silver widow continues!!!


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Originally Posted by hifimanrookie View Post

I dont really uderstand this question...burning in is very easy...connect ur headphones to ur dap (or any other source ofcourse) .put the dap on charging..play it on half volume and put it in a drawer or something or cellar or whatever enclosure/room u can find so it wont bother u and let it play non stop for 100 hours.

 

ps...its smart to put very different kind of music on ur dap/sd card..so the cable gets broken in well..

Imho ofcourse!

I meant burning it in before I get my Miracles. Frank has already answered my answer. 

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Why in the heck would cables need to be "burned in"? Makes no sense to me at all. A cable is a straight conductor. At low frequencies and low voltages and low currents there is no effect on a straight conductor period. I think peeps are taking this "burning in" thing way too far. Use some common sense.

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Why in the heck would cables need to be "burned in"? Makes no sense to me at all. A cable is a straight conductor. At low frequencies and low voltages and low currents there is no effect on a straight conductor period. I think peeps are taking this "burning in" thing way too far. Use some common sense.

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Why in the heck would cables need to be "burned in"? Makes no sense to me at all. A cable is a straight conductor. At low frequencies and low voltages and low currents there is no effect on a straight conductor period. I think peeps are taking this "burning in" thing way too far. Use some common sense.

 

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I recommend in the oven at 350 for 30 minutes.....biggrin.gif

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I recommend in the oven at 350 for 30 minutes.....biggrin.gif


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