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I received today my new Sennheiser IE80 , and I have some questions about Burn In !

Are IE80 headphones require Burn In ?

How much hours needed to "Burn In" IE80?

Which genere is the best to "Brun In" ?

 

And Please tell Properly and gently how to "Burn In" My new Sennheiser IE80

And give me more info about how to do it right

 

THANKS!

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Originally Posted by MaorSh View Post

I received today my new Sennheiser IE80 , and I have some questions about Burn In !

Are IE80 headphones require Burn In ?

How much hours needed to "Burn In" IE80?

Which genere is the best to "Brun In" ?

 

And Please tell Properly and gently how to "Burn In" My new Sennheiser IE80

And give me more info about how to do it right

 

THANKS!

I bought some of these bout 1,5 years ago and I let them burn in for bout 100h. I think it helped with the sound and also that the IE80 do really need the burning in!

 

Its not that complicated! Just plug them into your device and let them play music (U normally listen to) for some hours. Not to loud, just maybe a little above average. I did the same and it worked fine.

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I bought some of these bout 1,5 years ago and I let them burn in for bout 100h. I think it helped with the sound and also that the IE80 do really need the burning in!

Its not that complicated! Just plug them into your device and let them play music (U normally listen to) for some hours. Not to loud, just maybe a little above average. I did the same and it worked fine.

Thanks Man, Your answer helped me alot!
If I will listen. Closevtobthe max volume It's could Day AG d the IME IE80?
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Thanks Man, Your answer helped me alot!
If I will listen. Closevtobthe max volume It's could Day AG d the IME IE80?

 

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Originally Posted by DrSeven View Post

I bought some of these bout 1,5 years ago and I let them burn in for bout 100h. I think it helped with the sound and also that the IE80 do really need the burning in!

 

Its not that complicated! Just plug them into your device and let them play music (U normally listen to) for some hours. Not to loud, just maybe a little above average. I did the same and it worked fine.

 

If i will listen close to the max volume It's could damaged the IE80 ?!

Thanks again DrSeven  ;-)

post #5 of 8

If you listen at max volume, I'd worry more about your ears than your earphones.
 

post #6 of 8
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Originally Posted by Zalithian View Post

If you listen at max volume, I'd worry more about your ears than your earphones.
 

HHH!! You just mark your point! Thanks

post #7 of 8

The IE80s need burn-in just like the IE8s. I am just now finding some improvement in the sound after around 100 hours.

post #8 of 8

I hope the sound changes in  better.
For now, after five hours of listening, I am very disappointed, both in the sound quality and volume.
I prefer my old and inexpensive CX300

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