Screen is so sensitivity every time my finger swipes up/down, it will accidentally open the folder.
Will never have a chance to play those albums at the bottom of the screen.
So any better ways?
It's not like they built it to need break in. They are simply relating how to achieve it's best performance at an earlier point of ownership. Giving a break in cable is a great way to tell folks it matters and give a way to do it before the return period is up. I don't recall anyone having a problem with iBasso.
Whether you believe in break in or not is immaterial and discussion for it belongs in the sound science forum where all the skeptics are sure that proof in measurements is more significant than an individual's hearing. Personally, the only electronics I've come across that don't run in some are those that are too crappy to notice....but they still measure well.
Most amp manufacturers will argue the point of a 'run-in' time needed for their amps in order for the caps, resistors etc. to fully settle and whatnot to achieve the best possible SQ.
As long as a manufacturer doesn't charge extra for 'pre-sales-burn-in' it's all good imho.
No, you (possibly deliberately) misunderstand.
mowglycdb is suggesting that the benefits of burn-in follow an exponential-like decay of improvement, whereby the majority of the benefit is seen in the first quarter of the specified time and the minority in the latter three quarter. I would suggest that mowglycdb is talking sense.
I have no idea on the precise mechanics nor chemistry of the effects of burn-in on the capacitors in a device like this. But I can say that when my DX90 arrived I spent ages comparing it with and without an amp, and comparing it against the DX50 with and without an amp (and also against my ODAC + amp). I then burnt it in for a couple of hundred hours and came to a different conclusion to first time round, because it sounded different (and better).
It only takes 14 days to do (not a year) - and if you feel it has no effect and is all smoke and mirrors, then don't do it!
Mostly base on experience. It's alright to be skeptical. But don't dismiss anything unless you tried it yourself or can prove it's existence or non-existence.