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You need help because you murder harmless bits and bytes for no obvious reason...
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You need help because you murder harmless bits and bytes for no obvious reason...

 

The wise programmer is told about Tao and follows it. The average programmer is told about Tao and searches for it. The foolish programmer is told about Tao and laughs at it.

 

- Book one, the Tao of Programming.

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Götz von Berlichingen, Act III, 1773, p. 133.
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If a man speaks in the forest, and there is no woman around to hear him, is he still wrong?

 

In that case the question is, how do we know he spoke?

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In that case the question is, how do we know he spoke?

 

I only said, there were no women around to hear him.

I didn't mention men. All men around him, would have known he spoke.

 

When one man speaks to another man, he listens.

When a woman speaks to a man, listening may be the last thing he does.

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I only said, there were no women around to hear him.
I didn't mention men. All men around him, would have known he spoke.

When one man speaks to another man, he listens.
When a woman speaks to a man, listening may be the last thing he does.

And how does this relate to burn-in?
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And how does this relate to burn-in?

obviously the man is the headphone drivers & the forest is the headphones... and the women is the listener! =P

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+1 vote for real. My LCD2's are noticeably better after a few days. This was noticeable for my girlfriend who has only used them three times and has commented on them sounding clearer.

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And how does this relate to burn-in?

 

Well my friend, if your ears have not been burned in by a woman, then I congratulate you.

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And how does this relate to burn-in?

 

Well my friend, if your ears have not been burned in by a woman, then I congratulate you.


burned in I don't know, but heated up for sure ^_^

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Any "warming up" reveals weak places (wear) in a loudspeaker design. The sound changes towards increase in a bass (all consequences connected with it) and dimensions of sounding. But also I often notice such feature as "fatigue" of a material after 5 and above hours of continuous listening. After that it is desirable for have a rest earphones. I didn't forget as ears are tired. All this I checked aurally, so this my subjective opinion. Who has an equipment to make exact indications you can check - so it or not.

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Any "warming up" reveals weak places (wear) in a loudspeaker design. The sound changes towards increase in a bass (all consequences connected with it) and dimensions of sounding. But also I often notice such feature as "fatigue" of a material after 5 and above hours of continuous listening. After that it is desirable for have a rest earphones. I didn't forget as ears are tired. All this I checked aurally, so this my subjective opinion. Who has an equipment to make exact indications you can check - so it or not.


 I have noticed something like that a few times, but the other way around ^_^.

like I felt that my pico slim sounded better after say 20minutes, than right after I turned it ON. I though it might have to do with the temperature of certain components or be in my head and left it at that.

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 I have noticed something like that a few times, but the other way around ^_^.

like I felt that my pico slim sounded better after say 20minutes, than right after I turned it ON. I though it might have to do with the temperature of certain components or be in my head and left it at that.

Difficult with the translation. You mean that high frequencies increased?

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burned in I don't know, but heated up for sure ^_^
Ear muffs in the shape of legs?
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