I am new in the forum and came here because of my new Shure SE535 IEMS. I will be direct. When I was in Canada (I am from Brazil), I tried the Bose QC 15 in the store and was amazed by the crystal clear sound. I bought and honestly I am still very pleased with the sound.
After tons of search I bought my first pair of IEMs - Shure SE535V. Now... as I am new in the audiophilic community I didn't know about the burn-in fact (or myth) and was very unpleased with the lack of instrument separation and clarity in the shure's sound. I am now using it and burning it in with white and pinky noise (most white noise) for 48 hours, but every time I compare it with Bose's headphone I see no difference. And I am very confused about the real difference in the results of before and after the burn in process. Does it change a lot? Because this is what I need to get close to my satisfaction with Bose QC 15.
So... I was tryng to buy an IEM that would gave me the clarity that bose's qc 15 gave me (maybe with better bass) but all I am having is lots of middle and bass frequencies all togheter. I am quite annoyed. Should I trade it for Weston 4R? Or just wait for 2 more weeks of burn in?
Thank you guys and sorry for my bad english!